Drs. Hilliard and Tarnoff are extremely proud to offer the newest and
most precise technology to help patients see clearer and more comfortably
through Progressive lenses (invisible line). The Visioffice is a
computerized video system that precisely captures and analyzes the
natural movements of the human eye to the nearest 1/10 of a millimeter.
Once a patient chooses a frame, they wear it on their face along
with an electronic device that sends signals to the visiooffice for the
measurements to take place. This is necessary for newer generation, digital progressive lenses to
perform at their best. I’m sure many of you have experienced or heard other patients say they
couldn’t adapt to those “invisible line bifocals”. It was more than likely due to poor manual measurements
and/ or a poor choice of technology (there are over 50 different progressive lenses on
the market). Essilor corporation, maker of the Varilux brand, invented the Visioffice system along
with a myriad of digitally enhanced lenses to provide the sharpest optics with the widest fields of view than ever seen before! Our success rate at fitting patients with this ombination of technology is an astounding 95+% - well above the national average. At your next appointment, ask us if you’re a candidate for the newest digitally enhanced progressive lenses.
The most individualized lenses ever made.
- Only the Visioffice System measures the real 3 dimensional position of each eye's unique eye rotation center (ERC).
- ERC data is combined with the natural head posture, gaze direction and the position of wear of the frame.
- The result is a lens design perfectly calculated for each gaze direction in every point of the lens surface that the eye scans.
Do you know the real center rotation of the eye?
How is the frame positioned on your face?
What is the natural position of your head?
|eyecode™ lenses hive the most precise vision possible no matter where you look through the lens||eyecode™ lenses guarantee precise vision because it incorporates frame dimensions.||Natural head posture and gaze directions are unique to each person and can vary widely, impacting lens performance|