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Advances in visual simulation: adding color & binocularity to the picture

AuthorsMarcos, Susana
Issue Date7-Aug-2019
CitationSeminario Universidad Harvard (2019)
AbstractAdaptive Optics visual simulators are great tools to probe the spatial limitations of the visual system eliminating the contribution of optical aberrations or testing vision with new optical corrections, even prior to manufacturing. Traditionally, AO visual simulators have evaluated optics and vision in monochromatic light and monocularly. In this seminar, I will present advances looking at the effects of chromatic aberrations when aberrations are corrected, and new technology (SimVis) to evaluate binocular multifocal corrections.
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