The Z-View is placed either in a pre-exam or exam room.
The patient looks into the Z-View at a binocular target.
A safe, low power laser is directed into the eye
The light is reflected off the retina.
The light reflected off the retina through the cornea and lens is directed back
into the Z-View to measure the wavefront.
The wavefront data are used to calculate the optical fingerprint of the eye,
including low and high order measurements of the eye.
The Z-View Aberrometer produces a full prescription including the high order
measures, sphere, cylider and axis.
iZon™ Lenses Improve Nighttime Driving
Driving at night can be deadly. A person
with daytime vision of 20/20 is reduced at best to 20/50 when driving at night.
Many people find their vision further compromised by an increase in glare,
halos and starbursts.
iZon High Resolution Lenses correct for
the high order (3rd-6th) aberrations of the eye that compromise a patient's
vision at night. In FDA validated simulated nighttime driving tests, iZon
Single-Vision Lenses significantly improved nighttime driving performance over
conventional lenses. Wearers were able to detect, recognize and react to a
potential hazard 3/10ths of a second and 25 feet faster. This represents a
significant safety margin
A Significant Safety Margin:
- is greater than two car lengths or
approximately the distance across an intersection. It may even be the
between life and death.
- in perception/reaction time.
.30 seconds—a relevant statistic
- a few years ago, a federal mandate required all cars to include a 3rd brake
light because it increased driver reaction time by .35 seconds. iZon Lenses
give you an additional 3/10ths of a second safety margin.
Z-View Aberrometer – Product Information
Advanced, contemporary design
Internal target for near vision testing
Real world external target for far distance vision testing
Ethernet capable, easy interface
Wide dynamic range - 12.0 D to +11.0 D sphere
Meets needs of 98% of the population
Pupil diameter measurement
Pupilary distance measurement
Automatic pupil capture
R2 = 0.988 with manifest refraction from -11.0
D to +5.0 D
Resolution: >11,300 points over 6 mm pupil
Integrated normative database and algorithm to identify
iZon Lens candidate
In approximately one minute, the
practitioner takes the refraction needed for iZon Lenses with the Z-View™
Aberrometer. The customized, comprehensive prescription includes the
conventional sphere, cylinder and axis, and also high order (3rd-6th)
optical map of the unique microscopic irregularities of each eye, is produced.
The iPrint indicates the presence of high order aberrations that impact the
quality of the patient's vision. Customized iZon Lenses are "Powered by
– Patient Benefits
Precise fully customized prescriptions lead to
Exam takes approximately one minute with little subjective
Greater diagnostic information than ever before to guide
the Eye Care Practitioner with difficult refractions
Provides a unique iPrint™ for each patient and each eye
Nighttime Driving Just Got Easier and
Safer with iZon™ High Resolution Lenses
If you're having difficulty seeing when
you drive at night, you're not alone. Auto accidents are 1.6 times more
at night than during daylight hours.
With conventional vision correction,
even so-called perfect 20/20 vision is reduced to — at best — 20/50 at night.
It's important to remember that your eye
is not a perfect optical instrument. Instead, it's made up of microscopic
irregularities, or aberrations. These cause the light that enters your eye to
be deformed and then reflected off your retina at various angles. This
distortion can have a big impact on the quality of your vision.
Nighttime glare, halos and starbursts from
headlights and streetlights, and poor weather conditions also reduce
visibility. Even if you are 20/20 with standard vision correction, your daytime
and nighttime vision is not as clear and sharp as it could be. Until now, there
was nothing your doctor could do to correct this problem.
Customized Eyeglass Solution for Your Daytime and Nighttime Vision Problems
Customized iZon High Resolution Lenses
represent an innovation in vision correction technology, the first ever
customized spectacle lenses that correct visual quality have been made
iZon Lenses provide "High-Definition"
vision, day or night. "High-Definition" vision means that everything will be
clearer, sharper and more vivid than you ever imagined. Glare, halos and
starbursts are reduced or oftentimes eliminated when driving at night. In fact,
eight of 10 patients rate the lens highly for both daytime vision and night
Without wave front correction
With wave front correction
These lenses are custom-made uniquely for
you, based on the "fingerprint", or iPrint™ of your eye, as measured during
your exam. This measurement indicates the presence of high order aberrations
that create glare, halos and other vision disorders. iZon High Resolution
Lenses have literally thousands of points of correction across the surface of
the lens and are custom-made to your unique wavefront-guided iPrint™. Your
vision is sharper, clearer and more vivid than you ever thought possible.
In clinical studies, iZon wearers reacted
to potential hazards 25 feet sooner (or two car lengths) than non-wearers, a
distance that often can be the difference between safety and fatality.
Polymer breveted iZonik çR programmable
||The wavefront measured by the Z.vew is
recreate on the lens
|The lens have an index of 1.6, they are
scratch resistant, with an antireflection coating.
||They have the same appearance as
conventional high index lenses
iZon High Resolution Lenses are made to
fit most contemporary and designer frames. In appearance, the iZon Lens looks
virtually the same as any other high index lens on the market today.