What is Anti Reflective Coating and Is It Worth the Money?

Want to know how anti reflective coatings work? Not sure if Anti-reflective coatings are worth the money? Learn all about anti glare lenses and how they affect your vision.

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Publications on AR Coatings
-https://www.essilorusa.com/content/dam/essilor-redesign/product-resources/crizal/lens_performance_in_daily_activities.pdf
-https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9190135
-https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=improved contrast sensitivity with antireflective coated lenses

The glasses frame I wear in this video (my blue blocking lenses)
Tom Ford
TF5400 065
48-19-145
https://www.tomford.com/

Blue blocking lenses worn
Kodak Total Blue
http://www.signetarmorlite.com/kodak-lens/kodak-total-blue/

Shooting Location
Buffalo Eye Clinic, PA
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About This Video:
In this video Joseph J. Allen, O.D from DoctorEyeHealth discusses anti-reflective coatings and how they benefit glasses wearers. If you are researching the best lens enhancements for when buying glasses, check out this video. Anti-reflective or non glare coatings can be found on most optical surfaces and devices (laptops, cameras, phones, telescopes, binoculars, glasses, science instruments, etc.). In this video you’ll learn about why anti-reflective coatings are a must have when purchasing eyewear!
#antireflective, #doctoreyehealth, #glasses

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