Optiboard Transitions For Essays

  • 10-17-2015, 08:59 AM#1


  • 10-19-2015, 02:16 PM#2

    OptiBoard Novice

    Full disclosure - I work for ZEISS. Let me know what you'd like to know. We have all kinds of PDF materials including a whitepaper on the product. Canada launched the product in early August. The US launched nationally at Vision Expo West in mid-September, so relatively close to one another.


  • 10-19-2015, 03:43 PM#3


  • 10-19-2015, 03:56 PM#4

    OptiBoard Novice

    Very good comments. Just to add: the optimization is as described, with the added comment that the bundle-of-rays calculation is also done on an overlapping basis, which provides additional calculation optimization. Also, the design itself has been fine-tuned for driving, with eye/head tracking studies done at an automotive research institute to determine the ideal lens design for how the drivers used their eyes in those tests. The reading area is modified due to this design but still performed very well in wearer trials for non-driving tasks.


  • 10-20-2015, 09:11 PM#5


  • 10-21-2015, 07:52 AM#6


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  • 10-22-2015, 07:44 AM#8


  • 10-29-2015, 06:01 PM#9

    OptiBoard Novice

    Here is a temporary link to the whitepaper:

    http://we.tl/h0eFXKAEfu

    I couldn't find an easy way to post files here.


  • 11-07-2015, 09:15 AM#10


  • 11-13-2015, 01:12 AM#11

    OptiBoard Apprentice

    If it is possible i would be very thankful for new link for this material, the one that you posted isn't working anymore.
    Tnx!
    Originally Posted by Matt Woelbern

    Here is a temporary link to the whitepaper:
    http://we.tl/h0eFXKAEfu
    I couldn't find an easy way to post files here.

    Optical Technician & Optometrist from Ukraine. Sorry for non-excellent English.
    My homepage


  • 11-24-2015, 03:38 PM#12


  • 02-15-2016, 01:06 AM#13

    OptiBoard Novice

    Hi it says the download is not available anymore , can you re download this file again?
    Thank you


  • 02-15-2016, 02:25 AM#14


  • 02-15-2016, 11:41 AM#15

    OptiBoard Novice

    As the number of vehicles with Xenon HID and LED lights gradually increase, it's going to be a more an more common complaint. As described in the whitepaper above, Studies have shown a correlation between the amount of blue light in the glare source and the amount of discomfort glare that is experienced. As you have just described, it has also been shown that this symptom worsens with age.

    By reducing the amount of blue light entering the eye system from these modern headlights (in this case by reflecting it away with the DriveSafe coating) then part of the issue at hand is reduced.

    The whitepaper talks in depth about this and cites various studies that have been done on the subject, it's well worth a read*

    Also full disclosure, I work for ZEISS in the UK


  • 03-30-2016, 10:28 AM#16

    OptiBoard Apprentice

    Optical Technician & Optometrist from Ukraine. Sorry for non-excellent English.
    My homepage

    2Adam Fairclough
    Well, maybe, you can give more fresh link?
    Because, as already said:
    If it is possible i would be very thankful for new link for this material, the one that you posted isn't working anymore.
    Tnx!


  • 04-01-2016, 08:34 AM#17


  • 04-04-2016, 12:09 AM#18


  • 04-13-2016, 09:30 AM#19


  • The best stylists become masters at artfully placing transition words in pivotal positions—i.e., places where the sentence or paragraph meaning "shifts" slightly. What follows is a handy list of common transition words and their functions. If you open sentences appropriately with these words it will help your writing to flow. One caveat though: Always keep the literal meaning of a transition word in mind as you use it—therefore, do not use "for example" unless you are introducing an example that links to the preceding information; do not use "nevertheless" unless you are offering a contrasting point. Note how this paragraph has required a minimal use of transition words; they should not be forced in where they do not belong. When you do use them, keep their broader functions (i.e., "causality," "emphasis," etc.) directly in mind. 

    CausalityEmphasisAmplification
    AccordinglyAbove allAgain
    ConsequentlyCertainlyAlso
    For this reasonClearlyApparently
    HenceIndeedBesides
    ThereforeIn factEqually important
    ThusIn shortFinally
    ObviouslyFirst, Second, etc.
    IntentionOf courseFurther
    For this purposeIn addition
    In order to do thisClosureMoreover
    To this endIn conclusion
    With this in mindIn sumDetail
    On the wholeEspecially
    LocationTo summarizeIn particular
    BeyondIn regard to
    HereSimilarityNamely
    NearbyLikewiseSpecifically
    OppositeSimilarlyTo enumerate
    Overlying (underlying)
    ThereTimeComparison/Contrast
    To the right (left)AfterwardHowever
    At the same timeIn contrast
    ConcessionBeforeIn relation to
    At any rateEarlierNevertheless
    At leastEventuallyOn the other hand
    In the meantimeStill
    ExampleSometimes
    For exampleLaterInterpretation
    For instanceNextFortunately
    To demonstratePreceding thisInterestingly
    To illustrateSimultaneouslySignificantly
    SoonSurprisingly

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