The Lumenarium: The official blog of Lumetrics, Inc.

Refractive Index Measurement System for Contact Lens in a Natural Hydrated State

Posted February 01, 2019 by Kristin

A collaboration between Lumetrics and Johnson & Johnson

Accurate refractive index of the contact lenses is one of the most important parameters needed to properly evaluate the lens performance. Measurements of the refractive power and other optical properties of the lenses are typically conducted in solution, and converted to in-air performance. Such an approach is very sensitive to errors in the refractive indices of both the lens and the solution.

filed under: contact lens, contact lens inspection, Non contact thickness measurement, Opthalmic

ClearWave Plus: A brand new contact lens measurement solution

Posted April 20, 2016 by Kristin
The ClearWave™ Plus uses a modified ClearWave in combination with the industry standard OptiGauge®

filed under: center thickness, contact lens, contact lens measurement system, Dimensional Measurement, Non contact thickness measurement, Opthalmic, sagittal height, Wavefront Measurement Articles

Contact lens technology will help people see with inbuilt telescope

Posted February 14, 2015 by Kristin

A new contact lens is being developed by Dr. Eric Tremblay (a designer) from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology that may help people see that suffer from age-related macular degeneration.  The contact lens features an inbuilt telescope.  Read more here

filed under: age related macular degeneration, contact lens, Lumetrics Inc., Opthalmic Device Innovation, Opthalmics

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