Continuous Pursuit of High Quality of KOALAEYE Eyewear
KoalaEye introduced the most progressive Italian glasses research and development technology and professional production line, closed to The times and the market. The Italian professional design team brings the world's top design concept. They insist on using progressive materials, high technology in manufacturing by virtue of Italy's technology. The glasses have been tested for more than 100 beats and ergonomically changed based on different face shapes. They treat each pair of glasses with the same standards as a work of art, making the whole pair of glasses look more sophisticated and special. The product style, quality, and details should be strictly controlled, so that every pair of glasses, no matter what style and material, must belong to high-quality products if it is produced.
What color coating is good?
The purpose of plating anti-reflection film is to reduce the reflection of light. But because it is impossible to be completely free of reflected light, there will always be some residual reflection on the surface of the lens that causes the visible color. Someone asks which kind of these residual color is best. It does not have a standard actually. It is mainly based on a personal preference for color. More on the market at present is green color. However, these residual colors can initially help us to judge the thickness of the film: when the film is thin (the thickness is less than 139nm), the reflected light will show light yellow, and when the film is thick (the thickness is more than 139nm), it will show blue-green. The current multi-layer anti-reflection film thickness is about 0.3μm.
NIGHT - LITE ® NIGHT DRIVING GLASSES
The glasses allow you to see clearly without straining your eyes to ensure safe driving. They can eliminate strong reflected light, reduce glare, and distracting from reflection. They can filter out high-intensity glare from oncoming traffic, street lights, and billboards while improving visual acuity for night driving. They give you more control over the steering wheel and better visibility, thus reducing the stress of driving. They can relieve pressure on the eyes. Eye strain can be prevented by eliminating light entering the eye.
Testing of aspheric lens
The optical axis of the optical center just overlaps with the visual axis of the eye, which is the most ideal state. Because the light from the edge cannot form a focus on the optical axis, when the optical axis does not overlap with the visual axis (the difference is greater than 2mm), such unclear and scattered imaging results will occur. When choosing frames and aspheric lenses, you need to ensure that they fit correctly, to achieve the best visual and decorative effects. Simply put, due to the special design of the lens, we found through a calculation that the optical center should move down 1mm higher than the pupil for every 2° increase in front inclination angle. Otherwise, the wrong pupil height will cause the lens to look like astigmatism, and cause discomfort. For glasses with aspheric lenses, there must be an inclination angle after wearing. The specific angle varies from person to person.
How do myopic glasses work?
The formation principle of myopia is that when the light from the outside world enters the eyeball, it is refracted by the eyeball's refractive system and cannot be accurately imprinted on the retina. The image is in front of the retina. If a concave lens is placed in front of the eye before the light enters the eye, it shifts the focus of the myopic eye from a point in front of the retina to the back, so that it lands directly on the surface of the retina. When parallel light passes through a concave lens, it diverges, meaning that it has already diverged once before entering the eye and then is refracted normally by the eye's refractive system. When the light is refracted through the eyeball, the distance of the image will be longer. So the distance of the image will be correspondingly pushed back compared to the non-divergent light. But it will just fall on the retina, and the image will be accurate in the right place.
Who needs computer glasses?
Blue light radiation from computer screens and so on usually only requires a piece of fiberglass to block, usually, we just use the anti-radiation glasses. Office white-collar workers often spend more than 8 hours a day working in front of a computer, and sometimes they spend their entertainment with a computer after going home. After long, the eye often can feel dry, sour bilge, ache, shed tears even, giddy. These are all related to the blue light stimulus emitted by the screen.
Glasses Size - Lens Width
Lens width is the width of a lens, measured in millimeters, from one side of a lens to the other side of that lens. This is the most important measurement to make sure the frame fits your eyes.