Can You Polarize Regular Glasses? | KOALAEYE OPTICAL

Can You Polarize Regular Glasses?

GlassesUSA has a wide variety of glasses.

GlassesUSA has a large selection of frames to choose from. Their frames are classified by gender, designer, color, shape, and trend. In addition to sunglasses and sports glasses, there is an area for children's glasses. GlassesUSA has cheap options and expensive frames. To mark the launch of 3D-printed glasses, GlassesUSA is giving consumers the opportunity to design their own frames for an opportunity to win a $300 GlassesUSA gift card.


How to test a blue-light lens?

Look at the lens. High-quality anti-blue glasses do not interfere with the line of sight, with high transmittance. The light transmittance is very high, and the visual clarity is higher, which does not affect the visual quality, quality of life, contrast sensitivity, and color discrimination.



Is the prescription for glasses the same as for contact lenses?

A prescription for contact lenses is not the same as a prescription for regular glasses. The two types of glasses are quite different because glasses are located about 12mm from the eye, while contact lenses are located directly on the surface of the eye. If you want to wear both contact lenses and regular glasses, you'll need two different prescriptions. Contact lenses are worn in the eyes, and the frame is at a distance from the eye, although the distance is not large, definitely can affect certain degrees.


How to know if lens is polarized?

Make use of LCD screens. Point the glasses horizontally at the LCD screen and then rotate them upward by 45 degrees clockwise. If it is a polarized lens, it will show a change in color deepening. If it does not change no matter how you rotate it, it is not a polarized lens. You can borrow another person's polarized lens or have previously worn a known true polarizer, and place it crossover with the new glasses you want to buy. At this time, you should see the object clearly from the crossover part with your eyes. Then cross the glasses vertically and horizontally, and at this point, the opposite object should not be visible from the intersection. If this condition is satisfied, it means that a true polarized lens is being tested.



How do I know what size glasses frame I need?

With unified factory product size, why others can wear without problems, but there is a problem when I wear the glasses? There are differences between the contours of each person's face, including factors such as the width of the head, the distance between the ears and the corners of the eyes as the crow flies, the thickness of the bridge of the nose, and so on, which involves ergonomics. But there is one thing we can agree on. When people with the same ear distance wear the same type of glasses, they have different feelings, even if the arm length of the glasses is the same. People with fatter faces will feel uncomfortable. The face will be uncomfortable because the ear distance is the same, but the face width is not the same, resulting in an increased oblique distance of the temple, resulting in a sense of pressure.

It is very simple to solve this problem. You need to look at a variety of parameters in the frame of the glasses, including the total width of the frame, the length of the arm. These parameters will be reflected in a qualified spectacle frame.


Anti-fouling Coating

The lens coated with anti-reflection film is pretty prone to stain, and the stain will affect the transmittance of the lens. Microscopically, the anti-reflection film shows a porous structure, therefore, the oil is very easy to soak in it. The solution is to coat a layer of anti-fouling film with anti-oil performance on anti-reflection film. The film is very thin and will not change the optical performance of the anti-fouling film. The material is mainly fluoride. There are two processes, one is the immersion method, one is the vacuum coating method (the most commonly used).


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What glasses are suitable for a person with a round face?

Pay attention to choosing the right shape. The too-small glasses for a round face will make it look bigger. You should choose some large-frame glasses or the irregular glasses that have become so popular in recent years. You can choose long or square frames, and angular long and square frames will increase the line of your face, making your face look more three-dimensional. You had better match the thin glasses that takes curve slightly to reconcile the whole feeling. Just make sure that the size of the glasses is proportional to the size of the face.

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