The GR-RESONAS is a double suface progressive lens design which reached a clear natural vision by using the latest neuroscience technologies to enhance the binocular vision.
The Clearness of the Peripheral Partial of the Lens Evaluated by the Neuroscience
Using the MEG as a Evaluation Equipment
“The manetoencephalogram is a technique for mapping the brain activity by following the magneticfields produced by the electric flow of the brain. The electric flow is caused from the excitement of the brain cells to transfer information. The manetoencephalogram can map the brain activities safely and in details (milliseconds, and in spatial resolution). A 306channel manetoencephalogram is used at the National Institute.
■ What is a Magnetoencephalogram (MEG)
The MEG measures the changes of the magnetic field made by the electric current within the brain when the neuro-cells are stimulated. The brain contains few hundred million neuro-cells and processes information by stimulating these neuro-cells. The MEF measures the change in mm segments each mseconds. This allows to know the brain activity noninvasively.
The Evaluation Process
The lens is designed with the area of which the R and L eye looks through on the lens in concern.
The 2 Types Selectable from Life Style
Mild Type and Clear Type
For users whom spends a longer time indoor,
Office worker, Sales staff, House wife and etc.
For users whom spent a longer time outdoor,
Drivers, Contractors, Athlete.
Multi Optima System
The designs specifically chosen automatically for a better comfort according to the selected type and prescription out of 1,600 initial designs.
5 Types of Selectable Progressive Corridors
11mm, 12mm, 13mm, 14mm, 15mm
The progressive corridor can be specified from 11 to 15mm by 1mm step. This allows the wearer to choose their frames from a wider variation not only but can be specified for a smooth switch from their old progressive lens by specifying the same progressive corridor length.
Nstyle Binocular Link Design
Process 1 The different rout seen through of the R and L when shifting the vision
The amount of astigmatism looked through differs between the R and L eye making it difficult to see in binocular vision
The Simulation of the Binocular Vision
The area of the lens used when looking at point is the same with the R and L eye. But when looking at point the R eye looks through the partial near the ears while the L eye looks through the partial near the nose. This can also be said in the near vision such as when looking at point the L eye looks through a point even closer to the nose.
Process 2 The Reduction of the Difference
A clear and natural binocular vision is realized by reducing the difference of the abberation.