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Refer as: Boiffier M., Fricker S., Carrega A., Maury H., De Ayguavives T., Crizal Sapphire 360° Coating - Research behind multi-angular reflections.  Points de Vue, International Review of Ophthalmic Optics, www.pointsdevue.com, November 2017

 

Crizal® Sapphire™ 360° coating: research behind multi-angular reflections

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11/2017

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In this White Paper experts from Essilor R&D introduce the new breakthrough in anti-reflective coatings called Crizal® Sapphire 360°™ and present the science behind this innovation, as well as the evidence-based benefits for wearers.

Crizal® Sapphire™ 360° coating, featuring the 360° Multi-angular technology™ , is designed to reduce reflections on both the front and back of the lens regardless of the light’s incidence angle. It takes into account wearers’ needs and real-life conditions where reflections on lenses don’t just come from the front but from either side or even from behind the wearer.

R&D experts have drawn on new calculation tools and a new nanolayer to create highly complex lenses to enhance antireflective efficiency without compromising on UV protection. The 360° Multi-angular technology™ makes it the most sophisticated product in the Essilor Crizal® range, providing it with best-in-class transparency for optimal clarity and aesthetics.

In today’s society driven by social media, self-image is extremely important and people control their image more than ever before. Understandably, everyone wants to be seen in their best light. Crizal® Sapphire™ 360° coating meets this need spot on.



Crizal Sapphire 360° Coating : research behind multi-angular reflections towards best-in-class transparency. Essilor

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