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Hoya ID - The first lens design based entirely on your eyes


ID is the first fully customized progressive lens, designed using IDSD technology and shaped to the specific rotation of your eyes. The more you rely on your glasses, the more you’ll appreciate the ID lens.

HOYA’s Free-Form design approach is based on the understanding that no two eyes are the same. Our patented Integrated Double Surface Design (IDSD) technology maps the specific rotation of each eye, creating the blueprint for lens construction. HOYA Free-Form Fabrication then uses diamond point tools to shape both sides of the lens to the exact specifications of your eye rotation.

Progressive lens designs have always restricted the vertical and horizontal design components to the same side of the lens. HOYA is the first to customize the lens on both sides, creating a truly personalized vision correction.

Our patented Integrated Double Surface Design (IDSD) process shapes the vertical component (which affects magnification and distance) into the front of the lens, and the horizontal component (which affects the power changes from side to side) into the back. The two surfaces are then integrated using Balanced View Control, our computer vision evaluation that analyzes and corrects any Skew Deformation, ensuring the clearest vision in all directions.

 

 
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