Pilots require glasses that always guarantee good vision, both at distance and close range. This is no easy task, as visibility and lighting conditions above the clouds are extreme, and can change at a moment’s notice. Pilots need to be able to detect objects such as towers and air traffic properly, while at the same time seeing details such as readings on cockpit instruments perfectly and perceiving colors accurately in order to gain a clear and correct understanding of all signals.
The key to a better handicap
BETTER VISION asked Volker Gahr – the Senior Product Manager responsible for ZEISS PhotoFusion – to describe the key features of modern photochromic lenses
Whether you like sailing, surfing, diving or swimming, what's the secret to choosing a great pair of water sports glasses?
ZEISS' colored lenses really set the mood
ZEISS presents its new fashionable collection of snow goggles just in time for the winter season