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Evaluation of a new color vision test: "color vision testing made easy".
This preliminary study indicates that the CVTMET appears to be an excellent screening instrument for red-green color deficiency in adults and has been shown to be useful for examining color vision in children 5 to 7 years of age.
Evaluation of Kojima-Matsubara Color Vision Test Plates: Validity in Young Children
The difficulty that many of the young children exhibited in identifying the objects in the black/white replica plates suggests that there would be a large number of false positive errors (classifying a color normal as color deficient) when using this test in young children.
Efficacy and durability of ultraviolet tints in CR-39 ophthalmic lenses.
UV tinted CR-39 lenses provide protection against UV radiation that meets the ANSI Z80.3-1996 Standard for non-prescription sunglasses and fashion eyewear, and normal daily washing/drying for 1 year does not cause a significant decrease in the protective effect of the UV tint.
Single image random dot stereogram: principles and clinical implications.
  • D. Y. Lee, D. Ireland
  • Computer Science, Medicine
    Journal of the American Optometric Association
  • 1 April 1996
By converting a single image random dot stereogram to a Brewster stereogram, an observer can view the same stereogram with a stereoscope, thus eliminating the divergence requirement.
Clinical implications of the erroneous use of the Verhoeff Stereopter: a case report.
Although this instrument is not popular among vision care practitioners, it is being utilized by various organizations and an understanding of the theoretical basis for the instrument would therefore be beneficial.