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Paragon Vision Sciences announced a surge in inquiries for Paragon CRT[R] contact lenses, which gently reshape the cornea during sleep, temporarily correcting nearsightedness.
GridPoint's utility solution reshapes the load duration curve through load control, distributed energy storage and utility-controlled renewable energy integration at the customer's site.
During sleep, Paragon CRT(R) lenses gently, comfortably and temporarily reshape the cornea, allowing users to see clearly and device-free during their waking hours.
It reshapes data pulses, and suppresses distortion and non-linear impairments caused by four-wave mixing and self-phase and cross-phase modulation.
Unlike LASIK surgery, which permanently reshapes the cornea and typically requires candidates to be at least 21 years old, with Paragon CRT there are no age restrictions and it is reversible.
In the LASIK procedure, Manche reshapes the cornea with an excimer laser to make it slightly steeper, rather than flat.
Paragon CRT contact lenses temporarily reshape the cornea during sleep allowing users to see clearly without the lenses for all of their waking hours.