Accommodation responds to changing contrast of long, middle and short spectral-waveband components of the retinal image

@article{Kruger1995AccommodationRT,
  title={Accommodation responds to changing contrast of long, middle and short spectral-waveband components of the retinal image},
  author={Philip B. Kruger and Steven Mathews and Karan R. Aggarwala and Dean Yager and Ekaterina S. Kruger},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1995},
  volume={35},
  pages={2415-2429}
}
We simulated the effects of longitudinal (axial) chromatic aberration and defocus on contrast of the long-, middle- and short-wavelength components of the retinal image to determine whether the effects of chromatic aberration are sufficient to drive accommodation. Accommodation was monitored continuously while subjects (12) viewed a 3 c/deg white sine-wave… CONTINUE READING