photochromic lens

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pho·to·chro·mic lens

a light-sensitive spectacle lens that reduces light transmission in sunlight and increases transmission in reduced light.

pho·to·chro·mic lens

(fō'tō-krōm'ik lenz)
A light-sensitive spectacle lens that reduces light transmission in sunlight and increases transmission in reduced light.
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Photochromic lenses: if you normally wear eyeglasses, it isw a smart move to get one because they perform two functions at once; correcting your eyesight and protecting your eyes from the suns UV rays when outdoors.
Summary: Photochromic lenses are clear indoors and automatically darken when exposed to sunlight.
[UKPRwire, Thu May 23 2019] Photochromic lenses are clear indoors and automatically darken when exposed to sunlight.
Available in 7 colors and in Prizm(tm), Prizm(tm) Polarized, and Photochromic lenses, these aerodynamic designed frames are your eyewears of choice for for running, cycling, and more.
All sunglasses feature special photochromic lenses that darken and lighten automatically, depending on the light conditions.
New features include Scotchgard anti-fog coating to preserve lens clarity for at least 25 washings with water; rugged anti-scratch coating to extend lens life; photochromic lenses that darken when exposed to UV light outdoors and lighten when indoors; polarized lenses to reduce reflective glare outdoors; and task-specific lens tints that help reduce glare, eye stress and fatigue in a variety of applications.
The WeeTect Photochromic Lenses (WPL) feature a revolutionary technology with photochromic, anti-scratch and anti-fog ingredients.
The Cabo model from Barzopties boasts polarised lenses in grey, amber and silver mirror, a floating frame and can come as bifocal readers or in their award-winning, world-first polarised, bi-focal photochromic lenses which darken from Cat a to Cat 3 depending on UV levels.
A key feature of the new ColorMatic IQ 2 photochromic lenses is their new 'true' colours, due to single-coloured molecules.
Smart materials--those that change their properties in response to environmental stimuli, providing dynamic functionality --range from everyday items like photochromic lenses that darken in sunlight to complex ceramics and nanocomposites used in electronics.
To calculate the market size, the report takes into account revenue generated from sales of photochromic lenses to individual customers.