Have you had your eyes tested lately? Cells in the retina that are responsible for normal colour vision decline in sensitivity as we age, causing colours to become less bright and the contrast between different colours to be less noticeable. You may not notice it as it has happened slowly over time but it might be worth […]
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As we all know our vision and the gift of sight is one of the most important and precious gifts we have, but sadly many people wait until they have problems before they see an optometrist. An eye exam is the first step to fix vision problems, the severity of the problem can be reduced […]
Following are some do’s and don’ts’ you need to follow for a healthy vision. DO eat foods that are rich in Vitamin A, Vitamin C, beta-carotene, and Lutein as they help to repair the eyes, such as cod liver oil, sweet potatoes, papaya, butter, grapes, blueberries, and apricot. DON’T say no to greens, kids! Snack on kale, […]
Make a Glasses case from an old tie. Lay the necktie flat with the back side facing up. First of all measure and mark 43cm in from the tip, then cut the tie width-wise. Discard the narrow end of the tie. Then use a seam ripper to open the seam along the back of the […]
ODMA Member, Hoya Lenses has announced a roll out of “D.I.M.S. Technology”. Clinical research shows children wearing the lenses have significantly less myopia progression as compared with those wearing the single-vision lenses. HOYA Corporation, a key player in the global market for ophthalmic lenses, is proud to announce a new product launch in the Asian Summer 2018: MyoSmart with D.I.M.S. […]
The Australian optical industry has come out in support of the second edition of O-Show, which was held in Melbourne in July. At ODMA we believe in Australian run Events for the Australian industry = events for the industry by the industry. Robert Sparkes Chairman of ODMA says “We have been delighted with the look […]
ODMA and Optometry Victoria have announced the most significant change to the optometric conferences and events landscape in Australia for many years. The two market leaders in optics education and events have joined forces to launch O=MEGA19, a biennial event which will be the largest education, eye care and eyewear event ever seen in Australia. […]
There are many things to see and do at this years OSHOW in Melbourne, and we are looking forward to a presentation by Vivienne Forbes from Social Ties on Social Media for our industry. Vivienne will discuss how the Social Media landscape changes daily, and everywhere we turn there is new information, stories on “fake […]
You have to be impressed with the abilities of some animals eyes. We thought we would share with you some of the coolest and strangest eyes in the animal kingdom. This is a good one to share with your kids too.
The invention of eyewear cannot be attributed to a particular person. As early as 700BC, ancient Assyrians, Egyptians, Babylonians, Romans and Greeks were using different objects for magnification. For example, according to Glasses Crafter an eyewear company, ancient Assyrians used polished crystal while ancient Romans and Greeks filled glass spheres with water. Pictured is The […]