These special lenses prevent light reflections and mirror images created, for instance, by the sun’s rays as it hits wet pavement, water or metal surfaces. As a result, they protected wearers from eye fatigue because the eyes no longer have to adjust to constantly changing light conditions. People who wear these lenses tend to be a lot more relaxed and feel better about wearing glasses.
How much blue light do we need? And how and when should we be protecting ourselves against it?
BETTER VISION asked Volker Gahr – the Senior Product Manager responsible at ZEISS for ZEISS PhotoFusion – to describe the key features of modern photochromic lenses
10 tips from BETTER VISION: who are photochromic prescription spectacle lenses by ZEISS ideally suited for and when should they be worn?
Speed, changing light conditions and airborne particles present special challenges to glasses for cycling: here are some tips from BETTER VISION.
There are many situations that make a second pair of spectacles the most important accessory you can have.