Why can I see better through the bottom of my glasses?
In the previous article, we discussed “Is it normal to feel dizzy with new glasses?”. In this article, let’s talk about “Why can I see better through the bottom of my glasses?”.
The Optical Center of A Lens
When wearing glasses, try to look through the optical center of the lens. This needs the cooperation of the neck, you can slightly lower the head when looking at the computer, to adjust the line of sight. The Center of optical glasses is divided into two kinds: 1 mm up myopic lens center is the most proper, of course, more than 2-3. And the most important thing is that the lens pupil high (about the two-lens optical center of the high and low) must be proper (that is, the right of the lens optical center is 1 mm, the left must be 1 mm. 2-3 mm is the same, what is the height of the pupil on the right side must be the same on the left side. The optical center of the presbyopic lens is 1 mm, the most proper.
Aspheric lenses are different from spherical lenses.
Spherical lenses: The higher the strength of spherical lenses, the worse the visual experience, because the spherical lenses do not eliminate aberrations. Aspheric lens: it can greatly reduce the deformation of things and make people see more clearly and vividly. Besides, the eyes are not easy to get tired and the appearance is beautiful. It reduces the aberration of the lens and ensures a clearer field of vision.
When the parameters of the lens are normal, the optical center of the myopic lens is the clearest, and the peripheral part of the lens will be slightly deformed. So now the lens is designed with an aspheric surface. Under normal circumstances, the mainstream aspheric lens in the market has a reduced edge design, which is about 5 to degrees lower. The opposite edge of a spherical lens is higher.
The frame size has increased.
The larger the frame is, the more obvious it is now, so the edge glare will be more obvious when the lens is polished. It interferes with the visual effect. The frame height of the new glasses must be much larger than the height of the old glasses. Because when you buy big frame glasses, they must find out the pupil height when matching outfits. When you get glasses fitted at the opticians, the opticians don't measure the pupil height. That is, the balance line of the lens should be properly moved up when the lens is processed. If it is not moved up, it cannot be seen clearly.
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