Chromatic and wavefront aberrations: L-, M- and S-cone stimulation with typical and extreme retinal image quality

@article{Autrusseau2011ChromaticAW,
  title={Chromatic and wavefront aberrations: L-, M- and S-cone stimulation with typical and extreme retinal image quality},
  author={Florent Autrusseau and Larry N. Thibos and Steven K. Shevell},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2011},
  volume={51},
  pages={2282-2294}
}
The first physiological process influencing visual perception is the optics of the eye. The retinal image is affected by diffraction at the pupil and several kinds of optical imperfections. A model of the eye (Thibos & Bradley, 1999), which takes account of pupil aperture, chromatic aberration and wavefront aberrations, was used to determine wavelength-dependent point-spread functions, which can be convolved with any stimulus specified by its spectral distribution of light at each point. The… CONTINUE READING
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