Rute Macedo-de-Araújo, Helena Ferreira-Neves, Laura Rico-del-Viejo, Sofia C.
Peixoto-de-Matos, José Manuel González-Méijome University of Minho, School of Science, Department and Center of Physics, Clinical and Experimental Optometry Research Lab, Gualtar 4710-057, Braga, Portugal Abstract.
Accommodation and pupillary constriction are capable of compensating the degradation of the optical quality induced.
Rute Macedo-de-Araújo ; Helena Ferreira-Neves ; Laura Rico-del-Viejo ; Sofia C.
Peixoto-de-Matos and José Manuel González-Méijome"Light distortion and spherical aberration for the accommodating and nonaccommodating eye", is an access management service that provides single sign-on to protected resources.
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The measurements with this experimental system showed a significant increase in all distortion parameters with cycloplegia for the phase plates with the higher positive SA ( plate.
The same effect was observed through at a much lower rate when the eye could accommodate.
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To evaluate how different amounts of induced spherical aberration (SA) affect the light distortion (LD) phenomena, tests were performed using an experimental device to measure the distortion (haloes, glare, and so on) of a point source.
To simulate the effect of SA, eight different phase plates between of SA for a 5-mm aperture were used in a random and double-masked experimental design.
Measurements were performed at a distance of 2 m in a darkened room in 10 eyes of five subjects with a mean age of .
Data were obtained with natural pupil and after pupil dilatation.