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7960 W Rifleman St #150
Boise , Idaho , 83704 USA
208-377-8899


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190 N 8th St
Boise , Idaho , 83702 USA
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COMPUTER LENSES

Computer lenses are engineered to meet the visual demands unique to computer use. 

Computer use includes desktops, iPads, smart phones, laptops, etc.  In today's work environment, it is not uncommon for individuals to spend the majority of the day working on a computer.  This creates eyestrain that can result in eye discomfort or pain, headaches, neck or back pain, or vision that seems to worsen or fluctuate throughout the day.

Many people assume that glasses or contact lenses prescribed for distance correction can also be used for computer use.  For some people this is true,  However, for the majority of people this is not the case.  The prescription required for computer use is often times different from the prescription used for distance correction or reading correction.

When choosing a computer lens it is important that the lens meet the requirements of your specific work environment.  Be sure to discuss the number of computer screens or devices used throughout the day; the working distance of each screen or device; and your expectation of viewing distance.

If you're like a lot of people...spending most of your day working on a computer...you have unique visual demands. 

The visual demands of working on a computer are quite different from seeing in the distance or reading.  That's why, for a lot of people, contact lenses or glasses prescribed for every day wear can cause significant discomfort and vision problems when using a computer.  It's important to have an eye exam with an eye doctor who specializes in computer vision prescriptions.  The doctors at Artisan Optics are experts in computer vision!   You'll get the prescription you need and we can help you select the best computer lens for your particular work environment. 

Specialists in Computer Vision