Accommodation to simulations of defocus and chromatic aberration in the presence of chromatic misalignment

@article{Stark2002AccommodationTS,
  title={Accommodation to simulations of defocus and chromatic aberration in the presence of chromatic misalignment},
  author={Lawrence R. Stark and Roni S Lee and Philip B. Kruger and Frances J. Rucker and Ho Ying Fan},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2002},
  volume={42},
  pages={1485-1498}
}
Previous studies have demonstrated that accommodation will respond to sine gratings in which the relative modulations of red, green and blue image components have been altered to simulate the effects of defocus and longitudinal chromatic aberration. The present study aimed to determine the tolerance of the accommodative system to relative phase shifts in those components induced by chromatic misalignment. It was found that accommodation can tolerate moderate amounts of chromatic misalignment (6… CONTINUE READING
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