💢 Near-sightedness and far-sightedness are two common eye conditions that can bring considerable challenges to those who have them. For older individuals, dealing with both of these conditions simultaneously can be even more problematic. Of course, using two pairs of glasses simultaneously is an inconvenient and less than ideal solution.
💡 The MWF eyeglass model by Vixion (Japan) was developed to address these issues. The MWF eyeglasses work based on integrated sensors that can automatically adjust the focal point of the lenses to match what the wearer is observing, allowing for clearer vision at most distances. This promises to provide a more convenient way for individuals to see.
❣️ While still in the testing phase, MWF eyeglasses hold the potential to offer new hope to those dealing with near-sightedness and far-sightedness when they become commercially available.
🔎 In the realm of research focused on addressing the simultaneous presence of near-sightedness and far-sightedness, a group of inventors from Naikan University (China) also developed an invention called “Adjustable Spherical Lens for Correcting Far-Sightedness and Near-Sightedness.” This invention was granted a patent in China on December 18, 2013, with patent number CN102662252A. Although it shares the same objective as Vixion’s MWF eyeglasses, this invention relies on wavefront technology and physiological eye data. It creates an individualized eye model based on the actual optical characteristics of a person’s eyes by measuring wavefront aberration and eye axis data in reality, combining the Liou ideal human eye model and using optical design software (as cited from the patent abstract CN 102662252A).
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