What kind of light is blue light?
Blue light is light of a certain wavelength. In the sunlight, including red light, orange light, yellow light, green light, blue light, indigo light, and purple light, blue light occupies a place. The wavelength of blue light is less than that of red light but greater than purple light. The energy intensity is also different, and the blue light is relatively less strong than red light. People must rely on the 'macula' to perceive light. The macula is a 'pearl' hidden in the fundus and the most important photosensitive part of the fundus. The macula can look at objects, generate electrical signals, and transmit the signals to the brain so that people can see the things in front of them clearly. Strong light shines directly on the eyes, and it is likely to cause damage to the macular structure at once.
Should I wear blue light glasses when using electronic products?
However, it's not just at work that we need to consider wearing blue light glasses. We can still use blue-ray blocking glasses when we're reading a book on a tablet, watching hot new shows on Netflix, or playing games with friends. It is suggested that when you are in front of a digital device, you should wear blue light glasses to help your eyes.
Choose the right color for your glasses.
Black, of course, is the classic color. For boys, wearing black frame glasses can promote the stereo sense of their facial features. Black is the most recognizable color. Black-rimmed glasses will make the outline of a boy's face clearer and make his appearance more handsome. Silver-framed glasses have all the features of metal-framed glasses. But compared to rose gold, silver is a bit more understatement, and it's very versatile and can be worn by guys with different skin tones. Those with darker skin tones can try deep burgundy shades, like popular brown and amber glass frames. Such a frame won't show too dull and won't show too abrupt. At the same time, it will be more harmonious to use a dark skin tone to foil.
What is a drop ball test?
The Drop Ball Test, known as the Basic Impact Test, is an Impact Test administered by the Food and Drug Administration to determine the safety of eyeglasses. Eyeglasses (sunglasses, exercise glasses, near-sightedness glasses, reading glasses, etc.) are a category of medical devices covered by the Food and Drug Administration. When glasses are exported to the United States or put on shelves on Amazon,eBay, and other platforms, they need to be registered by FDA. Besides the product listing, when the product passes the customs, the company may be asked to produce a Certification Statement of Impact Resistance stating that the product meets 21CFR801.410 Drop Ball Test requirements.
How Should Glasses Fit?
You should check the placement of the bridge. The bridge is the small middle piece on the front of your frames that sits on your nose. This measurement is usually the middle number displayed on the inside of your temple. The bridge should rest comfortably on your nose without pinching or sliding off. A correctly fit bridge will also ensure your glasses sit properly on your face and your eyes are aligned appropriately within your lenses.
How should glasses fit? You need to consider the size of your lenses, which is essential to the proper function of your prescription, especially with the progressive lenses, because it ensures that there is enough space for the near, intermediate and distance zone powers of your prescription.
TR90 glasses frame
TR90 is not easy to deform and break, and it can withstand high temperatures and strong impacts. In addition, its material is relatively light, so many young people also like such glasses frames.
Design principle of progressive multifocal lens
For the same piece of the lens, the top is used to see far, the bottom is used to see close. The upper and lower degrees are different.
There is not a sudden change in the distance degree fixed above the lens to the near degree fixed below the lens, but a gradual transition between the two through gradual changes in refractive power, which has special benefits over common bifocals or trifocal lenses.