High Performance Optics, Inc.
|High Performance Optics, Inc. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20150160478||HIGH PERFORMANCE SELECTIVE LIGHT WAVELENGTH FILTERING PROVIDING IMPROVED CONTRAST SENSITIVITY - The present invention relates to ophthalmic systems and coatings comprising a selective light wavelength filter, wherein said selective filter provides improved contrast sensitivity.||06-11-2015|
|20140093661||Selective Blue Light Filtered Optic - Disclosed herein is a method that comprises providing a solution containing a dye or a dye mixture, ultrasonicating the solution to reduce the average size of aggregates of the dye or dye mixture contained in the solution, and incorporating the dye or the dye mixture in the optical path of a device that transmits light.||04-03-2014|
|20140055736||RUGATE OPTICAL LENS TO PREVENT MACULAR DEGENERATION - An improved lens with Rugate filter specifically designed to be worn in prescription and non-prescription glasses, contact lenses, intraocular lenses and sunglasses, and to provide protection against macular degeneration by reducing harmful visible blue light transmission and ocular photochemical damage. The lens at least includes a single lens layer with a Rugate filter deposited thereon to selectively block visible blue light. Other layers may be added including a polarizing layer, dielectric layer and/or color tint in a lens sandwich configuration, to additionally give a high degree of UVA and UVB protection, color contrast, and glare reduction. The Rugate filter is a stop band which yields an exceptional light transmission profile under all light conditions, thereby maximizing protection as well as clarity of vision. In the multi-layer embodiment, all of the lens layers provide comprehensive protection for preventing macular degeneration, cataracts and other ocular injuries, yet maintain a balanced light transmission profile for visual acuity.||02-27-2014|
|20120120515||High Performance Selective Light Wavelength Filtering - A system may be provided that comprises a substrate and a selective light wavelength filter that selectively blocks between 5 and 50% of light having a wavelength at or near 400-460 nm. The system may comprise any one of, or some combination of: a window, automotive glass, a light bulb, a flash bulb, fluorescent lighting, LED lighting, instrumentation, a display system, a visual system, a television, or a computer monitor.||05-17-2012|
|20120008217||High Energy Visible Light Filter Systems with Yellowness Index Values - The present invention relates to ophthalmic and non-ophthalmic systems with blue light filtering and Yellowness Index ranges. UV and IR filtering are also included. Industrial applications are also outlined in the invention.||01-12-2012|
|20110157546||OPHTHALMIC SYSTEM COMBINING OPHTHALMIC COMPONENTS WITH BLUE LIGHT WAVELENGTH BLOCKING AND COLOR-BALANCING FUNCTIONALITIES - Embodiments of the present invention relate to an ophthalmic system that performs effective blue blocking for an ophthalmic lens while at the same time providing a cosmetically attractive product, normal or acceptable color perception for a user, and a high level of transmitted light for good visual acuity.||06-30-2011|
|20110075096||PHOTOCHROMIC OPHTHALMIC SYSTEMS THAT SELECTIVELY FILTER SPECIFIC BLUE LIGHT WAVELENGTHS - Ophthalmic systems are provided that include both a photochromic component and a blue-blocking component.||03-31-2011|
|20080221674||HIGH PERFORMANCE CORNEAL INLAY - A corneal inlay protects ocular structures from harmful wavelengths of light while maintaining acceptable color cosmetics, color perception, overall light transmission, photopic vision, scotopic vision, color vision, and/or cirdadian rhythms. The corneal inlay can also include a pinhole effect to increase depth of focus. In some embodiments, the corneal inlay can also correct refractive errors including, but not limited to, higher order aberration, lower order aberration, myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism, and/or presbyopia.||09-11-2008|
Patent applications by High Performance Optics, Inc.