Contrast sensitivity benefit of adaptive optics correction of ocular aberrations.

@article{Gracia2011ContrastSB,
  title={Contrast sensitivity benefit of adaptive optics correction of ocular aberrations.},
  author={Pablo de Gracia and Susana Marcos and Ankit Mathur and David A. Atchison},
  journal={Journal of vision},
  year={2011},
  volume={11 12}
}
While correcting the aberrations of the eye produces large increases in retinal image contrast, the corresponding improvement factors in the contrast sensitivity function have been little explored and results are controversial. We measured the CSF of 4 subjects with and without correcting monochromatic aberrations. Monochromatic CSF measurements were performed at four orientations (0, 45, 90, and 135 deg) and at six spatial frequencies (2-30 c/deg). In two subjects, the CSF was also measured in… CONTINUE READING

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