Wide Intermediate Vision
Due to the aberrations being pushed towards the outer sides of the lens in distance vision, this means it will also have an effect on the intermediate vision. Again this area is opened out and a wider area is available, which allows for easier adaptation in the Sereno design for our busy digital lives.
The photo to the right shows the increases intermediate field of vision compared with a conventional progressive lens.
Wide Distance Vision
A wide distance visual field thanks to analysis of an ergonomic human eye. The static visual limit is 15 degrees, as shown in the ergonomic eye drawing above. This equates to an area of 30mm around the eye point of a lens and equals the real visual field for natural distance vision.
This new and extraordinary Sereno design pushes aberrations in the distance field of view, towards the outer sides of the lens as much as possible, making Sereno perfect for today's digital lifestyle, without compromising on distance vision.
Wide Near Vision
A wider field of vision at near is possible due to the 'square' design pushing the aberrations of the lens towards the outer edges.
Moreover, by adapting the inset of the reading circle, according to the appropriate parameters, and by optimising the front curvature of the lens for each eye, the field of vision is even wider and more comfortable.