Nikon Kids: a new series of single vision lenses that offer quality from the most trusted name in optics, designed especially for kids up to 15 years of age.
Nikon Optical Canada is being featured in a 4-minute video segment soon to be aired across the country on the BNN Channel (Business News Network). The video, consisting of interviews with three of the company’s executives, was produced by Canadian Business Spotlight as part of a series profiling innovative companies on the new frontier of the business landscape. Interviewed in the segment are: Pierre Longerna, President; Isabelle Mongeau, VP Marketing & Business Development; and Bianca Mazigi, VP Sales. They mainly discuss the enormous advances made by Nikon Optical Canada in R&D and in designing sophisticated eyeglass lenses for today’s needs, including digital device use.
The segment will be aired several times on the BNN Channel, available from all major cable or satellite providers, starting July 19, 2014.
Nikon is pleased to have been chosen by visionaries who depend on their vision as they are the rising stars of the world. Each has achieved dreams through efforts and vision, and continues to aspire to reach for the next goal. Elizabeth-Ann Doyle, co-founder of MU, is our Canadian ambassador for our new I SEE Campaign. MU is a non-profit organization whose mission is to beautify the city of Montreal through art in the public space.
Nikon presents its new line of polarized sun lenses: Nikon Radiance. Radiance is Nikon’s first line of dedicated sun wear lenses that cater to almost any prescription and frame while offering optimal polarized protection.
Always committed to providing exceptional optical performance, Nikon, once again, redefines vision. Introducing Presio Master FP and SeeMax Master AP, Nikon’s latest progressive lenses designed to eliminate visual discomfort and provide instant adaptation.
- Sit comfortably and rub your hands until they get warm
- Put gently your cupped hands on your closed eyes. Beware of not pressing your eyeballs. Your nose shouldn’t be cover by your hands.
- No light rays should pass through your finger.
- Concentrate on the darkness. If your arms hurt, lean on a table.
- Breathe slowly and consciously.
- Stay in this position during three minutes and more.
- Frequency: 3 minutes or more