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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 most important researchers within the box, Adaptive Optics for imaginative and prescient technological know-how is the 1st ebook dedicated totally to offering the basics of adaptive optics besides its functional purposes in imaginative and prescient technological know-how. the cloth for this ebook stems from collaborations fostered via the heart for Adaptive Optics, a consortium of greater than thirty universities, executive laboratories, and Read more...

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An alternative approach, under development by Dan Ferguson and Dan Hammer at Physical Sciences Corporation, is to couple a separate eye tracker to an adaptive optics scanning laser ophthalmoscope for the purposes of image stabilization [67]. These approaches may herald a new generation of psychophysical experiments in which the location of a stimulus on the retinal cone mosaic can be controlled in real time with an error less than the diameter of a single cone. 4 Imaging Retinal Disease One of the most exciting applications of adaptive optics is for the diagnosis and treatment of retinal disease.

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