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OptiCampus OptiCampus Optical Calculators

OptiCampus Optical Calculators. Lens Tilt & Wrap Compensation. Crossed Cylinders Calculation. Vertex Distance Compensation. Spectacle Magnification Calculation. Lens Thickness Calculation. Vertical Imbalance Compensation. Single Vision Blank Size Calculation. Compounding Prisms Calculation.

OptiCampus Continuing Education Course

Typical minimum thickness guidelines for traditional ophthalmic lenses range from a minimum edge thickness of 1 mm to a minimum center thickness of 2 mm.

OptiCampus OptiCampus Optical Calculators

OptiCampus Online Optical Continuing Education. Lens Tilt & Wrap Compensation. Fill in the input fields and then press the Calculate button in order to compute the approximate prescription necessary to compensate for the effects of pantoscopic tilt and facial wrap. Note that these fields represent the tilt of the actual lens relative to the line of sight, not the tilt of the frame.

OptiCampus OptiCampus Optical Calculators

OptiCampus Online Optical Continuing Education. Crossed Cylinders Calculation. Fill in the input fields and then press the Calculate button in order to compute the resultant spherocylindrical prescription that is produced by combining—or crossing—two individual prescriptions (such as for an overrefraction).

OptiCampus Continuing Education Courses

OptiCampus Online Optical Continuing Education. Choose a Continuing Education Course. Select a continuing education course to review from the list below.

Opticampus OptiBoard

Through his OptiCampus website, which was free and open to all to use, he shared information on ophthalmic lens design, progressive lens design, the nature of light and optics, wavefront aberrations, and a host of other technical lens subjects.

Opticare, OptiEdge Edge Thickness Estimation tool

LEFT. Note: The calculator results are estimates only. For minus lens the result is for edge thickness. For plus lens the result is for centre thickness. For minus stock lens use CT =

The Lens Formula 20/20 Mag

Added thickness means added weight in all lenses. For strongest meridians that fall close to 90° or straight up and down, avoid deep (i.e. large B measurement) frames. The effective diameter (ED) of a lens shape is defined as twice the longest radius of the shape.

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