Light distribution on the retina of a wide-angle theoretical eye.


In a theoretical eye with spherical and aspheric surfaces, the retinal illumination is calculated if a Ganzfeld luminance field is used. The resulting retinal light distribution is nearly homogeneous over the whole retina. The homogeneity is not much influenced by the size of the optical surfaces. The corresponding retinal area and the luminous flux… (More)


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