Digi-Contour Technology has resulted in numerous advancements in lens technology and is one of the most dynamic technological innovations in the eyewear industry.
Thanks to Digi-contour technology, wearers will receive corrective lenses designed specifically to accommodate their exact visual requirement.
Lens aberration refers to the unwanted behaviour of light rays spreading as they pass through the lens material, rather than being focussed to a single point. Aberrations can cause blurred and distorted vision through areas of the lens which are not optimised for performance. The Aberration Filter System found in Nova lenses allows natural vision over a drastically increased area of the lens by reducing aberrations and unwanted distortion
Conventional progressive lens wearers often suffer from unwanted distortions in their vision when the image is viewed from nasal and temporal sides at the same time. Wearers will frequently need to move their head in order to find the clearest vision area of their lenses.
Nova Plus lenses offer clear vision in all zones of the lenses, eliminating unwanted distortions, even when the image is viewed from nasal and temporal sides at the same time. This results in a reduction in head movements to achieve comfortable, clear vision. Nova Plus lenses feature a smooth transitional corridor between near and far vision, offering a lens that wearers will find easy to adapt to. Recommend Nova Plus for reliable daily use with clear vision.
Multi meridian processing technology is used to precisely calculate numerous meridians on the back surface of the lens. In order to achieve maximum clarity in the peripheral zones of the lens, the spherical and cylindrical power meridians are aspherised. With Multi Aspheric Technology, it is possible to reduce the distortions associated with both the Spherical and Cylindrical Power elements by using non-rotational symmetrical surface, in which the asphericity varies from meridian to meridian. It provides unrestricted fields of clear vision when compared to conventional progressive lenses, which commonly have higer levels of aberrations with smaller clear vision zones. Multi Aspheric technology gives reduced magnification with wider vision zones as the whole prescription is closer to the eye.
Wearers are more likely to have to move
their head to find the best vision.
Reduced aberrations with
wider vision zones.
Nova Plus lenses include Binocular Balancing technology. This innovation balances the level of image deformations on both sides of the corridor, making the amount of blur perceived by each eye similar and reducing it to the minimum, thus improving binocular vision and providing wider visual fields, especially in intermediate and near vision zones.
Binocular Balancing System calculations are made to connect all the points in the peripheries of the lenses. These calculations are used to create the smoothest possible power transition across the lens.
Nova Plus lenses offer clear vision through all usable zones of the lens and reduce unwanted distortions, even when the image is viewed from nasal & temporal sides at the same time.