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Ocular aberrations with ray tracing and Shack–Hartmann wave-front sensors: Does polarization play a role?

Autor Marcos, Susana ; Díaz-Santana, Luis; Llorente, Lourdes; Dainty, Chris
Palabras clave [OCIS] Physical optics: Polarization
[OCIS] Vision, color, and visual optics: Physiological optics
Fecha de publicación jun-2002
EditorOptical Society of America
Citación Journal of the Optical Society of America A 19(6): 1063-1072 (2002)
ResumenOcular aberrations were measured in 71 eyes by using two reflectometric aberrometers, employing laser ray tracing (LRT) (60 eyes) and a Shack–Hartmann wave-front sensor (S–H) (11 eyes). In both techniques a point source is imaged on the retina (through different pupil positions in the LRT or a single position in the S–H). The aberrations are estimated by measuring the deviations of the retinal spot from the reference as the pupil is sampled (in LRT) or the deviations of a wave front as it emerges from the eye by means of a lenslet array (in the S–H). In this paper we studied the effect of different polarization configurations in the aberration measurements, including linearly polarized light and circularly polarized light in the illuminating channel and sampling light in the crossed or parallel orientations. In addition, completely depolarized light in the imaging channel was obtained from retinal lipofuscin autofluorescence. The intensity distribution of the retinal spots as a function of entry (for LRT) or exit pupil (for S–H) depends on the polarization configuration. These intensity patterns show bright corners and a dark area at the pupil center for crossed polarization, an approximately Gaussian distribution for parallel polarization and a homogeneous distribution for the autofluorescence case. However, the measured aberrations are independent of the polarization states. These results indicate that the differences in retardation across the pupil imposed by corneal birefringence do not produce significant phase delays compared with those produced by aberrations, at least within the accuracy of these techniques. In addition, differences in the recorded aerial images due to changes in polarization do not affect the aberration measurements in these reflectometric aberrometers.
Descripción 10 pages, 9 figures.-- OCIS codes: 330.5370, 260.5430.-- PMID: 12049343 [PubMed].
Versión del editorhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1364/JOSAA.19.001063
URI http://hdl.handle.net/10261/8752
DOI10.1364/JOSAA.19.001063
ISSN1084-7529
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