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Digi-Contour technology has resulted in numerous lens advancements and stands to be one of the most dynamic technological innovations in the manufacturing of eyewear.

For the first time, the wearer can actually receive a corrective lens designed especially to accommodate his or her exact prescription.

High contrast image with wider field of vision - upto 30% compared to conventional lens. Remarkable clear image without distortions in the peripheral areas due to less astigmatism.

Based on the series of contour plots from various PALs available, and by calculating the mean deviations, each design has been produced with region-wise contour plots.

With advanced design calculations, it is possible to adjust the mean deviation of Nova Lifestyle Series Lenses to the better acceptable limits with perfect balance of Distance, Intermediate and Near Vision Zones.

In order to achieve the maximum clarity in the peripheral zone of the lens, the spherical and cylindrical power meridians are aspherized.

With Multi Aspheric Technology, it is possible to reduce the distortions associated with both the spherical and cylindrical power meridians by using a non-rotational symmetrical surface, in which the asphericity varies from meridian to meridian.

It provides unrestricted fields of clear Vision.

With the help of Aberration filter system, it is possible to compensate the oblique aberrations according to the tilt of the lens.

It allows much better compensation of the oblique aberrations by controlling the relative curvature changes through creation of arbitrary surfaces.

In other words, it is possible to optimize the lens for all gazes, according to the visual requirements of each person.

It is the power-based balancing method, where the differences in Addition powers at the position, where the line of sight passes, are reduced, and the vision is corrected with less blur and greater balance.

The image received by each eye is nearly same in terms of clarity and distortions produced within the corridor and peripheral zones.