1 February 1988 Application Of Cathode-Ray Tube Technology To The Clinical Evaluation Of Visual Functions
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Cathode-ray tubes (CRTs) have many applications in the clinical evaluation of visual functions. They have been used to test visual acuity, contrast sensitivity, visual fields, and early development of vision in preverbal children. Because CRTs provide considerable flexibility for the definition of spatial and temporal components of the stimulus, their use provides an attractive solution to many visual stimulation problems. However, there are some limitations due to the scanning of the picture frame by the electron beam and also to the electron-photon conversion process. The spatial, photometric, spectral, and temporal characteristics of a specifically designed monochromatic television system are evaluated with reference to the physiological requirements of visual tests.
Francoise Vernier, Francoise Vernier, Jacques Charlier, Jacques Charlier, Duc Dung Nguyen, Duc Dung Nguyen, } "Application Of Cathode-Ray Tube Technology To The Clinical Evaluation Of Visual Functions," Optical Engineering 27(2), 272123 (1 February 1988). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7976656 . Submission:
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