Continuous Design Technology
More than 50 years ago, the phrase “One size doesn’t fit all” became popular. It’s true in just about everything, and optical is no exception. So why would spectacle lens companies create one design and simply apply it across the board?
That’s a question that Shamir asked several years ago. And its answer, based on the findings of extensive research, is a proprietary continuous design technology…a breakthrough technology that enables the delivery of multiconcept lens designs.
For ECPs, that means offering better options and seeing better results. For eyeglass wearers, it means improved vision at any age.
Tip: Continuous design technology is Shamir’s way of most efficiently and effectively delivering different lens designs that accommodate eyeglass wearers of different ages and visual needs.
How does it work? Rather than serve wearers of all ages and usage patterns with one and the same lens design, this technology enables Shamir designers to deliver a dozen unique designs with Shamir Autograph Intelligence, each tailored to the precise needs of any one of 12 preestablished age ranges. It’s Shamir’s way of most efficiently and effectively delivering different lens designs that accommodate eyeglass wearers of different ages and visual needs.
Precisely personalized, this technology offers each patient a unique lens design that is ideally suited to their Visual Age—in all vision zones, and for all distances. By having so many unique designs, Shamir is able to optimally match both the current and evolving needs of patients. The approach also ensures easy transition to eyeglass wearers’ next lenses in line as they age.
The bottom line? One size doesn’t fit all, and one lens design doesn’t either. With Shamir Autograph Intelligence’s 12 prototypes, eyecare professionals can now offer every patient a unique lens design ideally suited to their Visual Age…in all vision zones and for all distances.
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