Digital Ray Path : Intro
Getting rid of oblique aberration
Oblique aberration appears when the light refracts the lens obliquely. This happens when the wearer looks towards the periphery, on those cases the image is not focused on the fovea and the wearer will perceive the objects blurred. Digital Ray-Path® compensates this effect offering to the wearer the best visual quality from center to edge.
Achieving larger visual fields
Getting rid of oblique aberration is important both in single vision and progressive lenses. Thanks to Digital Ray-Path® oblique aberration is reduced everywhere on the lens, resulting in a wider area with sharp clear vision.
Variable Inset Optimization
Every person needs different inset to maximize the binocular near visual field. In Digital Ray-Path® lenses,the inset is exactly calculated for each wearer considering all the individual parameters.
Personalization for high prescriptions & sport frames
The effect of oblique aberration becomes more pronounced in high prescriptions and sport frames, and therefore lens optimization is even more important. Digital Ray-Path® can easily correct this aberrations no matter the prescription or frame selection.
Digital Ray-Path® lenses, both progressive and single vision, provide excellent vision for any wearer regardless of the frame that is selected. In addition, Digital Ray Path® lenses can be calculated with automatic decentration to improve the final thickness of the lens. Wearers can choose any frame they like, there are no restrictions any more.