The eye is one of the most complex systems in the human body. The numerous elements within this system come together to build a whole where even the smallest imperfection of the lens leads to distortion.
Optimum visual performance derives from the best cylinder/axis combination, which can be determined through both subjective and objective refraction. Enhance your refraction process with the i.Polatest®, the neat and modern tool for binocular subjective refraction. This instrument will not only test visual performance, but the interaction between both eyes as well. Since 1961 with the Polatest, ZEISS has provided different instruments for subjective refraction. With numerous advances throughout the years, i.Polatest® represents a state-of-the-art technology in refractive testing.
Objective refraction reaches an new level with i.Profiler®plus, the first instrument based on innovative wavefront technology that precisely and objectively measures the vision profile of your patients – including highly dilated pupils to simulate night and twilight conditions. i.Profiler® plus with i.Scription® technology is the second generation of autorefractors by ZEISS, following the i.Profiler® from 2007.
ZEISS instruments are designed to thoroughly examine your patient while providing them with a comfortable and technology-driven experience. The collected data will support you in providing your patient with a prescription that is as individual as their eyes, and profoundly different in terms of visual performance.
The correct lenses can only be prescribed when you have enough information about your patient‘s eyes. Let i.Profiler® plus provide you with a detailed visual profile so you can have more answers and less questions for your patient.
i.Profiler® plus does not only provide you with a better prescription, but also gives you access to an optimized, individualized lens solution with i.Scription® technology for improved color and contrast vision as well as better night vision.
An important part of a comprehensive eye examination involves subjective testing of refraction, not only to provide a prescription for corrective lenses but also to determine the best acuity an eye can achieve.