Scientifically engineered lens coating applied to the back of Bollé® lenses, eliminates annoying backside glare and ensures crystal clear optics.
thin layers of material added to the surface of a lens that reduce the amount of light refracted by the lens surface which reduces glare and improves optical quality. astigmatism: a condition caused by an irregularity in the shape of the cornea which prevents light from focusing correctly on the retina thereby causing blurred vision. Symptoms may include headaches, fatigue, eye strain, or blurred vision at certain or all distances.
A violet-colored coating on the back of a lens that prevents sunlight from coming in from behind and reflecting off the back of the lens into the eyes.
Anti-reflective treatments reduce glare and enhance your appearance by removing distracting reflections. An anti-reflecive treatment helps reduce strain often caused by lights at night, fluorescent lighting, and computer screens. Go to Top
(AR coating) Thin layer(s) applied to a lens to reduce the amount of reflected light and glare that reaches the eye. Read more about anti-reflective coatings.
Anti-reflective coatings reduce glare and enhance your appearance by removing distracting reflections. Go to Top | Close Window
A coating on the front or back of the lens, which minimizes the glare for patients who are extremely bothered by glare.
A thin coating of a material, which reduces the light reflection and increases light transmission, applied to a photovoltaic cell surface.
Anti-reflective or antireflection (AR) coatings are a type of optical coating applied to the surface of lenses and other optical devices to reduce reflection. This improves the efficiency of the system since less light is lost. In complex systems such as a telescope, the reduction in reflections also improves the contrast of the image by elimination of stray light.