There's a reason you haven't liked your glasses

The basic problem with current lens design is that it doesn’t take into consideration how the eyes work together. The SHAW lens uses doctor measured motor fusion (vergence) limits and sophisticated math to create lenses that take into account how your eyes move together as it balances the image sizes. This solves many distortion problems. As a result, many patients report better vision comfort and fewer headaches.

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Millions can’t see 3D TV!

March 15, 2012

A recent study showed that 12% of people can’t see the 3D in 3D TV. That’s in large part because of aniseikonia. The SHAW™ lens can solve aniseikonia and improve stereopsis (binocular vision). That’s the key to seeing the 3D in 3D TV..

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Are your headaches caused by your glasses?

March 12, 2012

If you wake up in the morning with a headache, then it’s not caused by your glasses. But if you wear glasses and find you get a headache after wearing them for a few hours, then your glasses may be causing aniseikonia which has been shown to cause headaches. The SHAW™ lens solves aniseikonia.

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Do glasses make it hard for kids to learn to read?

March 3, 2012

Aniseikonia makes the brain work harder when reading. This can be a big problem for children who wear glasses.. The SHAW™ lens is particularly effective in paediatric optometric care – especially with anisometropia and amblyopia.

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Vision problems can be caused by other factors too!

March 2, 2012

The lens design can make all the difference to comfort of wear. The SHAW™ lens offers the doctor a way to take all factors into account when designing a lens.

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