Visual resolution when light enters the eye through different parts of the pupil.

@article{Green1967VisualRW,
  title={Visual resolution when light enters the eye through different parts of the pupil.},
  author={Daniel G. Green},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={1967},
  volume={190 3},
  pages={583-93}
}
1. Threshold contrasts for resolution of sinusoidal gratings imaged on to the retina through a decentred 2 mm pupil were measured.2. No loss in resolution was found when the pupil was decentred parallel to the lines of the gratings. A loss in resolution by a factor of 3 occurred when the pupil was decentred by 3 mm perpendicular to the lines of the gratings.3. The effects of focus on the threshold contrast for a grating viewed through a centred and decentred pupil were used to show that at… CONTINUE READING

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