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Processing of adaptive optics photoreceptor images and application to the study of healthy and diabetic retinas
The introduction of adaptive optics (AO) into vision science has made it possible for clinicians to study the human retina in vivo with high-resolution images. The study of AO images of the cone photoreceptor mosaic is ...
High Resolution Flood Illumination Retinal Imaging System with Adaptive Optics
Retinal imaging has its advantages both in the research laboratory and medical applications. Acquiring high resolution in-vivo images of the retina requires some form of correction for aberrations. To address that, the ...
A fibre based quad-cell wavefront sensor for high speed adaptive optics
The genesis of this thesis came out of the difficulties encountered when trying to apply adaptive optics correction to optical fields that contain scintillation (specklelike amplitude fluctuations). These scintillated ...
Spatio-Temporal Visual Response for Ocular Correction of Higher-Order Aberrations
With the development of control aberration using adaptive optics (AO), particular emphasis has been given recently to the impact of higher-order aberrations (HOAs) on visual performance, with a view to improved refractive ...