Adaptive optics for vision science : principles, practices, by Jason Porter, (Optical engineer); et al

By Jason Porter, (Optical engineer); et al

That includes contributions from the major researchers within the box, Adaptive Optics for imaginative and prescient technological know-how is the 1st publication dedicated totally to supplying the basics of adaptive optics besides its useful purposes in imaginative and prescient technology. the fabric for this ebook stems from collaborations fostered through the guts for Adaptive Optics, a consortium of greater than thirty universities, govt laboratories, and Read more...

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Yoon and Williams subsequently confi rmed the increases in both contrast sensitivity and acuity with higher order aberrations corrected with adaptive optics, but due to chromatic aberration in the eye, these increases were reduced in white light compared with the increases that can be obtained in monochromatic light (see Fig. 3) [41]. Changes in the wave aberration with accommodation reduce the visual benefit to some extent [42]. In addition, there is the possibility that the reduction in the depth of field caused by correcting higher order aberrations could actually decrease visual performance in some circumstances.

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Dots indicate individual fi xation locations. Scale bar is 50 mm. (From Putnam et al. [63]. 9 Comparison of an eye movement trace obtained from an AOSLO (black line) and that obtained from a Dual Purkinje Eye Tracker (gray line), operating simultaneously. Note the reduced noise in the AOSLO trace and the dampened overshoot compared with the Dual Purkinje trace. ) be a useful tool for new studies of eye movements that require high accuracy. Roorda’s group is already using adaptive optics to conduct psychophysical experiments in which the effect of small eye movements on a vernier acuity task can be measured to determine whether the brain compensates for these small movements.

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