New Lighting Diagnostic Technology to Enhance Your Practice

Precision Vision announces today its partnership with Jasper Ridge, a California-based developer of the LuxIQTM Diagnostic System. The LuxIQ Diagnostic System is the first tool to provide task lighting assessments and recommendations, a new service for your practice.


The LuxIQ™ is the first exam tool to provide task lighting assessments and recommendations, a new service for the growing +60 population and K-12 children. While bright light is known to be important for functional vision, it is challenging to measure or prescribe. With the LuxIQ you can quickly quantify near-vision performance over a broad range of light levels, color temperatures and colors, and then prescribe specific bulbs or lamps.Jasper Ridge will be demonstrating the LuxIQ at the Precision Vision Booth #1024 at the American Academy of Optometry’s Academy 2014 in Denver this week.

LuxIQ
Improved task lighting is one of the least expensive interventions to improve reading acuity, especially for the rapidly growing +60 population and K-12 children. While bright light is known to be important for functional vision, until the LuxIQ there was no standard tool to measure the intensity or color needed to read and work in office, home and school settings. Practitioners often lack effective ways to assess task lighting needs or offer recommendations, and people are frequently at a loss in selecting effective lighting from the plethora of retail choices available.
The LuxIQ from Jasper Ridge provides fast, calibrated lighting assessments, and translates results into practical lighting recommendations. It includes LuxIQTM Diagnostic System to quickly measure the best lighting and tints, and LightChooserTM web-app to generate recommendations for task lighting. This new technology differentiates your practice from competition, increases customer loyalty, and grows revenue, and the LuxIQ pays back 3-15X faster than most equipment in an optometric practice.
Make sure to stop by booth 1024 for a first hand look.