PASKAL 3D sensational eye examination is a refraction system which enables the optometrist to carry out the complete monocular refraction under binocular conditions. During the whole examination, the patient sees separate images for the right and left eye, the images being separated by circular polarisation. This separation is done in the phoropter and the trial frame via special filters. A 3D-monitor is used to display the optotypes, separated line by line via circular polarisation.

PASKAL 3D is a new invention which enables the optometrist to carry out the refraction in unprecedented quality and speed. Up to now, refraction meant to test one eye first, with the other covered, then the other way round, and finally, a few tests for both eyes.

PASKAL 3D simplifies that process considerably using the latest 3D-technology, and also gives more accurate results than the old system. During the whole test, the patient can relax, looking at a nice scenery, and doesn't notice which of the images are offered to the right eye, and which are offered to the left eye.

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Technical Prerequisites

To make the sensational eye examination work, some technical requirements have to be fulfilled. 



With PASKAL 3D, Dieter Kalder, Fritz PaƟmann and IPRO have introduced an innovative refraction environment, which will change ophthalmic optics. Distribution is exclusively handled by IPRO. Order form ...











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