The 1,500 individual measurements are incorporated in the production of the lens along with the values measured during the subjective refraction. In this way, individualized lenses featuring i.Scription® technology are produced which considerably improve our night vision, as well as our perception of contrast and color.
“My favorite i.Scription moment had to be the first time I put the glasses on my own eyes. I was pretty impressed how right away I could see so clearly in the distance. So that was kind of an eye opener and then my receptionist got hers before I did and she said the same thing.”
Dr. Jeffrey Frank,
Eye care professional
“As one of the inventors of i.Scription®, I’m always delighted when a customer writes to thank us for the better quality of life he is now enjoying.”
ZEISS Product Management
Improved night vision: Many people who wear these spectacles would never want to give them up again. They have decided to go with ZEISS precision lenses featuring i.Scription® technology. Carl Zeiss Vision’s i.Scription® is a technology developed by the leader in optometry lenses that analyses the individual profile of each eye and takes the information gathered into account in both, the computation and production of the spectacle lenses.
The developments of i.Scription® and the i.Profiler® marked the latest innovation milestones in the production of lenses. i.Scription® aims at delivering a new quality of vision. In this article, we will take a look behind the scenes at Carl Zeiss Vision in this interview with Lars Mendel, the i.Scription® Project Manager.
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Vision problems can be solved in more individualised ways than ever before and measurement methods are constantly becoming more precise. But what are the latest developments and trends in the ophthalmic optics area? To find out, BETTER VISION asked two lecturers who teach in the Ophthalmic Optics course offered at Aalen University in Germany.