Carlos Illueca

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REFERENCES AND LINKS [1] W. N. Charman, “The retinal image in the human eye”, in Progress in Retinal Research, Pergamon, Oxford (1983). [2] A. A. Atchison, G. Smith, Optics of the Human Eye, Butterworth-Heinnemann, Oxford (2000). [3] P. Artal, A. Guirao, “Contribution of corneal and lens to the aberrations of the human eye”, Opt. Lett. 23, 1713-1715 (1998).(More)
We present a noninvasive technique for high-speed measuring of eye retraction and eyelid position during blinking. The anterior chamber of the eye is illuminated by the slit lamp of a biomicroscope and eye dynamics during a blinking sequence are captured with a high-speed camera working at 500 frames per second. Digital image processing allows quantitative(More)
We show how contrast (C) affects the recognition of defocused letters. To do this, the maximum distance (threshold distance) at which a subject, with an induced refraction of -5.5 D, can recognize a letter was determined. Our results show that when C = 1, the recognition threshold distance is such that the ratio eta/xi, between the pseudoimage of the letter(More)
PURPOSE To evaluate the changes in the optical quality of corneas of hyperopic patients operated using central multifocal presbyLASIK treatment through the study of light patterns around the retinal plane. METHODS This study included eight hyperopic eyes that underwent central presbyLASIK surgery with Presby-one software using an H. Eye Tech Technovision(More)
We have examined the possible presence of color vision anomalies in 9 individuals (17 eyes, 1 blind) with fundus findings suggesting ocular albinism using the Ishihara plates, the 28-hue Roth test, and the Davico anomaloscope. Results indicate that four of these individuals show no sign of the anomalies expected in an albino in either of the two eyes. Of(More)
A knowledge of the shape of the cornea is of major importance for the planning and monitoring of surgery, and for the correct diagnosis of corneal diseases. Many authors have studied the geometry of the second corneal surface in the central region and it has been stated that there is a high correlation between the central radii of curvature and(More)
PURPOSE To compare the visual results of presbyLASIK patients to the best theoretical pseudoaccommodation that could be achieved using a multifocal refractive intraocular lens (IOL) model based on the optical structure of a simulated AMO Array multifocal IOL. METHODS The study included 10 hyperopic eyes that underwent central presbyLASIK surgery using a(More)
The paper presents the polychromatic analysis of two diffractive optical elements with extended depth of focus: the linear axicon and the light sword optical element. Chromatic aberration produces axial displacement of the focal segment line. Thus, we explore the possibility of extending the focal depth of these elements to permit superposition of the(More)
The interference technique of Newton's Rings is widely used for the quality control of optical surfaces because the precision obtained with this method proves to be very satisfactory. The dimensions of the rings permits calculation of the radii of curvature of the analysed surfaces and deformation of the interference pattern can be utilised to calculate(More)
Analysis of vibrations and displacements is a hot topic in structural engineering. Although there is a wide variety of methods for vibration analysis, direct measurement of displacements in the mid and high frequency range is not well solved and accurate devices tend to be very expensive. Low-cost systems can be achieved by applying adequate image(More)