- Improved Reality
- Augmented Reality
- Virtual Reality
The human eye is a perceptual powerhouse. It receives and converts millions of colors, it easily adjusts to shifting conditions of light, it also transmits information to the brain at a speed of a lightning. So, we’ve decided to add some outstanding features to get more from life and reality.
- artificial multilayer crystalline lens,
- micro laser projectors,
- micro antenna,
- micro circuits,
- power elements (battery) with wireless charger,
- vision correction functional (diapason: +8D −8D),
- know-how technology
It’s the 21st Century, Technology grows and spreads fast and most people may miss a grip on it.Our team has created a lens that will assist everyone who uses it to perceive the world in absolutily new and outstanding way. Fortunately, almost everyone may stand a chance to use our technology improve his experience and perception of reality.
It can be used in:
- entertainment industry
- education industry
- personal security
- film production
- medical industry
- law enforcement industry
- aerospace industry
The image is positioned on the left side of the left lens and on the right side of the right lens respectively. It prevents the user from crashing into real objects. Pro-user can position the picture on any location of the field of vision.
When the user wants to concentrate his/her attention on the AR object, text or video, he/she needs to stop moving the head and move the eye into the direction of the image (whether it is the image on the left or on the right). The sensors in the earphones read the data from the positioning sensors in lenses and hold the images. The user easily can see/read information because it is static in the space. Right after the user moves his head, the picture will be positioned on the side of the lens. When the user wants to zoom the picture he/she needs to make a double nod. Double nod-up will return the picture to original size. Conventional contact lenses are polymers formed in specific shapes to correct faulty vision. To turn such a lens into a functional system, we’ve integrated miniature antennas, array microlasers, micro communication circuits, micro control circuits into the lens using custom-built optoelectronic components. Those components include microlaser projectors that transmit visual data on an artificial multilayer crystalline lens, that will form images in front of the eye, such as words, charts, schemes, photographs, 3D objects, and video. Much of the hardware is semitransparent. So, users can navigate their surroundings without crashing into real objects or becoming disoriented.
- AR (augmented reality)(2)
- VR (virtual reality)(3)
2. AR (augmented reality) brings components of the digital world into a person's perception of the real world, and does so not as a simple display of data, but through the integration of immersive sensations that are perceived as natural parts of an environment.
3. There is “VR Mode” when both lenses become opaque and superimposed on visual field image/video replace the real- world image of both eyes. VR completely replaces the user's real- world environment. Left and Right eyes will have “Stereo Mode” when different images are projected on the crystalline lenses, unless you choose the option “Mono Mode” when both eyes see the same image/video.
- Short adaptation period
- Comfortable to wear
- Correct vision problems (-8D +8D)
- Easy to put on and care for
- Simplified cleaning and disinfection
- Made of biocompatible nanopolymer BV1*
- Lessened risk of eye infection if wearing instructions are followed
- Allow a natural field of view, have no frames to obstruct your vision and greatly reduce distortions
- Excellent for sports and other physical activities
We offer you one-stop service and support from “Beneficial Vision” Team experts, so most issues can be resolved in a single call.
“Care and Exchange program” gives you protection up to three incidents of accidental damage coverage, each subject to a $69.99 service fee, plus applicable tax. We offer:
- 24/7 priority access to “Beneficial Vision” experts via chat or phone
- Global repair coverage
- Mail-in repair: Mail in your “Beneficial Vision” product(s) using a prepaid shipping box provided by our Team.
“Beneficial Vision” lenses should be changed every 12 months. We are happy to suggest our first customers “ Extended Care and Exchange program”. All customers that have pre-ordered “Beneficial Vision” lenses before August 15, 2019, will get extra 12 months warranty. We also provide free expedited shipping service and 0$ service fee. It will take us 48-96 hours to replace old soft contact lenses and install back hardware.
Developers are welcomed to leave request for getting early access to our technology.
Starting August 15, 2019 we will send notifications to our backers and customers with instractions and order details. By that time our backers and customers have to provide us with contact lenses prescription information.
First of all, we will fulfill the orders have been placed through Kickstarter.com website during the croudfunding compaign.
Orders that were placed through our website would be shipped after August 15, 2019.
Additional announcements and notifications will be published on our website in “Announcements” section. .
For years, more and more people have been switching to contact lenses. Contact lens technology has evolved rapidly and today you have opportunity to wear IR/AR “Beneficial Vision” contact lenses. Switching from eyeglasses or regular contact lenses to IR/AR “Beneficial Vision” contact lenses begins with an eye exam for contact lenses. After the contact lens exam comes a separate contact lens fitting session.
Start with the Eye Exam for Contact Lenses
Before anything else, you should have a comprehensive eye exam for contact lenses. During this contact lens exam, your eye doctor will check your vision and write a prescription for corrective lenses or regular lenses without dioptres. This is the same type of prescription you would get for eyeglasses. Eye doctor will also check for any eye health problems or other issues that may cause problems with contact lens wear.
After the contact lens exam, the next step is a contact lens consultation and contact lens fitting.
The Contact Lens Fitting
The first part of the consultation is a discussion with your eye doctor about your desire to wear IR/AR “Beneficial Vision” contact lenses.
Taking Measurements During the Contact Lens Fitting
While it may not be apparent, our eyes come in different sizes, and one contact lens size doesn't fit all eyes. If the curvature of a contact lens is too flat or too steep for your eye's shape, it could lead to discomfort or even damage to your eye. Your eye doctor will take measurements and determine the best contact lens size and design for your eyes. Here are some of the ways of measurement:
Corneal curvature: The eye doctor uses an instrument called a keratometer to measure the curvature of your eye's clear front surface (cornea). This measurement helps your doctor select the best curve and diameter for your contact lenses.
Your eye's surface may be somewhat irregular because of astigmatism. But don't worry if this is the case, you can still get special IR/AR “Beneficial Vision” contact lenses known as a "toric" contact lens.
In some cases, your eye doctor may want to do a detailed mapping of the surface of your cornea (called corneal topography.) Corneal topography provides precise details about the surface of your cornea and creates a surface "map" of your eye.
Pupil and iris size: The size of your pupil and iris (the colored part of your eye) is important in determining the best IR/AR “Beneficial Vision” contact lenses design for you. These measurements are taken with a lighted instrument called a biomicroscope (also called a slit lamp) or simply with a hand-held ruler or template card.
Tear film evaluation: In order to wear IR/AR “Beneficial Vision” contact lenses, you must have an adequate tear film to keep the lenses sufficiently hydrated. Your eye doctor will place a liquid dye on your eye so your tears can be seen with a slit lamp. He or she may also use a small paper strip placed under your lower lid to see how well your tears moisten the paper.
A Contact Lens Fitting Usually Results in Trial Lenses
No matter how comprehensive the eye exam for contact lenses, most eye doctors will give you a set of trial lenses just to confirm that they are the right choice for your eyes. With lenses in place, your doctor will use the slit lamp to evaluate the position and movement of the lenses as you blink and look in different directions. You will also be asked how the lenses feel.
Most people wear trial lenses for at least 15 minutes so that any initial excess tearing of the eye stops, and your tear film stabilizes. Then, you will learn about how to care for your lenses and how long to wear them. You will also receive training on how to put in and take out your new lenses. While it may seem difficult at first, most people quickly learn how to use contacts lenses.
Your Prescription for Contact Lenses
After finding the right contact lenses, your doctor will write a contact lens prescription for you. This prescription designates the contact lens power, the curvature of the lens (called the base curve), the lens diameter and additional specifications.
You may pre-order IR/AR/VR “Beneficial Vision” contact lenses without prescription. We will ask for prescription 2 weeks before manufacturing process (not earlier than) August 15, 2019
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