1 February 2009 Correcting higher-order aberrations of the human eye with the use of a phase plate fabricated by a mask-moving technique
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The correction of the human eye's higher-order wave aberrations by a phase plate has been studied. The phase plate was made by using a single-mask-moving technique. The imaging quality has been analyzed in terms of several metrics. The results show that the fabrication error is 0.05 μm, which is close to λ/14 at the medium value of the wavelength of white light, and the performance of the eye can be improved by the phase plate, indicating that the single-mask-moving technique has potential applications in clinically correcting ocular aberrations.
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Hongtao Gao, Xiaochun Dong, Xiang Yu, Qiling Deng, Li Pan, Chunlei Du, Yudong Zhang, "Correcting higher-order aberrations of the human eye with the use of a phase plate fabricated by a mask-moving technique," Optical Engineering 48(2), 023202 (1 February 2009). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.3083282 . Submission:
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