What are pinhole glasses?
modern and affordable alternative to prescription eyeglasses,
pinhole glasses consist of precision-manufactured lightweight
perforated plastic lenses, inset into standard metal or plastic
spectacle frames. They are ideal for sufferers of refractive
eye disorders, the elderly and computer users as the
pinholes - accurately formed by laser technology - allow only
direct and coherent light rays to pass through into the eye.
In a healthy eye, light rays are focused into a
single point on the light sensitive retina at the back of the
eyeball. Depending upon the type of refractive disorder endured,
less healthy eyes focus light rays in front of or behind the
retina, casting a 'blur circle' on the retina itself. The minute
pinholes on the surface of the plastic lenses of your pinhole
glasses effectively stop down the aperture of the eye's
pupil, so pass a narrower beam of light through to the eye lens
with a greater depth of field. The narrow beam casts a smaller
blur circle on the retina, improving your vision. Find out more
how pinhole glasses work & more info here.
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