Our Preeminent Lens Design
We engaged the world’s preeminent designers to create our family of outstanding High Definition Freeform Digital PROGRESSIVES, Bifocal, and Single Vision Lens. All our lenses our designeds and configured to produce the thinnest and lightest weight in the market without compromising quality and durability. Optical Dynamics applies the modern aspherical lens design.
Rated one of the top designs in three-zone viewing, the Continual Focus Lens (CFL), is an ideal progressive for everyday wearers.
For easier adaptation and comfort in smaller frames, the Paradigm Short Corridor broadens the range of fitting options
Ideal for large frames and the Paradigm has a super soft design for easy adaptation.
Aspherical Lens Design
Aspheric lenses prevent the distortion observed on certain areas of the lens which can be experienced in ordinary lenses especially with higher powers. Ordinary Lenses are spherical in shape and a major disadvantage of this is that only the central portion can be viewed without experiencing image distortion called "Spherical aberration". Let us call that central area as "in focus" area and area outside of that is "area of aberration". When a line is viewed across the lens the line along the periphery of the lens tend to bend while those in the focus area appear straight. The higher the power of the lens the more the bending appears and the smaller the "in focus" area becomes. This is why for first time lens wearers the floor may appear to cave in when looking down and it can limit their field of view which may cause nausea and headache.
Below is the sample of the image of grid lines when viewed through spherical lens compared to the aspherical design of Optical Dynamics lens.
Optical Dynamics Aspherical Lens
Optical Dynamics has adopted an aspherical lens design in which the shape and form of the lens is calibrated and configured to expand the in focus area and minimize the area of spherical aberration and chromatic aberration which refers to the rainbow colors that appear at the sides of the line. For lens wearers this makes a big difference because aspheric lenses gives you a wider field of vision without any distortion. Because the lens is cast from a liquid to solid form using predesigned and configured molds, there is a high level of precision of lens powers and it produces the thinnest possible lens without compromising the lens quality and durability.