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26 October 2007 Adaptive optics in ophthalmology: current techniques and new methods of increasing field-of-view of fundus cameras
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Proceedings Volume 6796, Photonics North 2007; 679604 (2007) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.778518
Event: Photonics North 2007, 2007, Ottawa, Canada
Abstract
In this paper we investigate anisoplanatism effect in human eye. We measured off-axis aberrations of eyes of several subjects and also performed measurements of corneal and internal optics aberrations. Using the results of the experiments we estimated anisoplanatism effect in human eye and developed human eye models reproducing on-axis and off-axis eye aberrations and their distribution between optical elements of the eye.
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Alexander Dubinin, Tatyana Cherezova, Alexis Kudryashov, and Fedor Starikov "Adaptive optics in ophthalmology: current techniques and new methods of increasing field-of-view of fundus cameras", Proc. SPIE 6796, Photonics North 2007, 679604 (26 October 2007); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.778518
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