The effect on foveal vision produced by a spot of light on the sclera near the margin of the retina.

@article{Fry1953TheEO,
  title={The effect on foveal vision produced by a spot of light on the sclera near the margin of the retina.},
  author={Glenn A. Fry and Mathew B. Alpern},
  journal={Journal of the Optical Society of America},
  year={1953},
  volume={43 3},
  pages={
          187-8
        }
}
Two points on the sclera, one in front of and one behind the ora serrata, have been alternately illuminated and the flux densities in the two spots were adjusted until the visual field lit up by the light diffusely transmitted through the sclera maintained a constant brightness as a switch was made from one spot to the other. There was no difference in switching from the first to the second as compared to switching from the second to the first. Schouten and Ornstein who had previously performed… CONTINUE READING

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