In today’s digital world, the lives and eyes of contact lens wearers are constantly moving between on-screen and off-screen activities.

  • More than 90% of adults use digital devices for more than two hours a day1 and nearly 60% of adults use digital devices for more than five hours a day1.
  • Research conducted by Indiana University found that more than 75% of individuals who use digital devices report eye tiredness and dryness once a week or more, and 35% once a day or more.2

Sustained focus on close-up digital devices strains the eye’s accommodative system. That’s where Digital Zone Optics™ lens design can help.

Digital Zone Optics™ is a breakthrough lens design for sphere lens wearers who use digital devices. Digital Zone Optics™ lens design helps ease accommodative burden as wearers move their gaze from on-screen to off-screen and back with less effort.

How it works

  • Multiple front-surface aspheric curves are employed across the entire optical zone.
  • These curves distribute power evenly to simulate more positive power in the centre of the lens.

As a result, Digital Zone Optics™ lens design helps ease accommodative burden without impacting distance vision.

You’ll find Digital Zone Optics™ in Biofinity Energys™ contact lenses.

Patent-pending CooperVision® Biofinity Energys™ contact lenses are designed for all-day wear, helping eyes to adjust seamlessly when continuously shifting focus between digital devices and offline activities.

After one week of wearing Biofinity Energys™ lenses, 8 out of 10 digital device users said their eyes felt less tired3.

Biofinity Energys™ lenses fit like a single-vision lens. They’re a breakthrough for sphere lens wearers.

Ask your sphere patients about their digital device usage. Biofinity Energys™ lenses with Digital Zone Optics™ are designed for their digital lifestyles.

1 The Vision Council. Hindsight is 20/20: Protecting Your Eyes from Digital Devices - 2015 Digital Eye Strain Report.
2 “Symptoms associated with eye fatigue in soft contact lens wearers.” Authors: D. Meyer, S. Huenink, M. Rickert, P. Chamberlain, and P. Kollbaum.  Presented at the American Academy of Optometry Annual Meeting, October 2015, New Orleans, La., USA.
3 Among patients who use digital devices at least 4 hours per day at least 5 days per week and self-report symptoms of eye fatigue at least once per week. Data on file.

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