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Israeli Company Focuses on Better Multifocal Glasses

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There’s good news coming out of Israel for bi- and trifocal wearers.

Proper multifocal use requires aiming the eyes at different sections of the lenses — the “near” or “distant” focus parts, depending on what the wearer is looking at — and some people never really learn the art of focus adjustment necessary for a successful multifocal experience.

For them, electronic lenses developed by Israeli start-up DeepOptics may be an option. Using sensors, the glasses detect what the eye is focusing on as well as the viewing distance — adjusting the power of the glasses to ensure that whatever is being looked at comes into focus, whether near or far.

Thus, instead of limiting vision to just a small area of the specs — the near- or far-sight areas of the multifocal lenses — the DeepOptics Omnifocal solution lets wearers use the entire field of view of the eyeglasses, giving the wearer a constantly sharp and clear image, just like someone with perfect vision would have.

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