polarized myopia glasses
The light reflected from the object surface has been partially polarized to produce glare. The opposite effect of glare is to increase brightness, reduce color saturation, make object contour blurred, and make eyes tired and uncomfortable.
Polarized sunglasses are designed to reduce glare from surfaces such as water, snow and glass. They are very useful for sports, driving and fishing by helping people involved in these activities to see more clearly and thus avoid potential dangers. Although they may be more expensive than traditional sunglasses, some consumers prefer polarized sunglasses because they selectively block glare rather than darken the entire field of vision, which may be dangerous in some cases.
Light has many interesting properties, especially when reflected from another surface. Polarized sunglasses take advantage of one of these properties, namely polarization. Generally, the wave generated by the light source travels in all directions. When light is reflected from a surface such as glass, water, or snow, the light waves are polarized, meaning that they are oriented along a generally horizontal axis. Vertically polarized lenses can reduce the brightness of these light waves while still allowing optical information to pass through.
Because of their vertical polarization direction, these sunglasses are well suited to handle reflective glare conditions, depending on the angle. Experiments with polarized sunglasses can produce an angle at which light is not filtered out because the glasses are aligned horizontally with glare. At other angles, sunglasses will filter out part or all of the glare, allowing the wearer to view comfortably. Unfortunately, polarized sunglasses are less useful when the sun is directly overhead or below the horizon, as the angle of reflected light waves changes from this horizontal configuration.
These sunglasses are mainly used when the wearer needs to be able to see clearly, but also needs to filter out dangerous glare. Glare makes vision difficult because light can harm the eyes and obscure details that may be hidden behind them. Traditional sunglasses can block strong light, but they can also block subtle details that may be dangerous in the wearer's environment.
If you often wear prescription glasses, polarized prescription sunglasses will make you feel more comfortable in the sun. It is much better than the color changing lens. It is also more convenient than the clip. If the prescription has astigmatism. Or the diopter of the left and right eyes is different, or there is no list of diopters you need. Please select a customization option. You can choose not only the prescription, but also the color of the lens. (Pictures of color cards are put here)
Does your order meet your eye needs? It mainly depends on whether your prescription is correct. After getting the glasses, try them on for two or three days to get used to the new glasses. If you have any questions, please contact us. We will try our best to serve you.