Wide-field optical model of the human eye with asymmetrically tilted and decentered lens that reproduces measured ocular aberrations

@inproceedings{Polans2015WidefieldOM,
  title={Wide-field optical model of the human eye with asymmetrically tilted and decentered lens that reproduces measured ocular aberrations},
  author={James Polans and Bart Jaeken and Ryan P. McNabb and Pablo Artal and Joseph A. Izatt},
  year={2015}
}
Eye models are valuable tools that can help delineate the role of anatomical parameters on visual performance and guide the design of advanced ophthalmic instrumentation. We propose an optically accurate wide-field schematic eye that reproduces the complete aberration profile of the human eye across a wide visual field. The optical performance of the schematic eye is based on experimentally measured wavefront aberrations taken with a four mm pupil for the central 80° of the horizontal meridian… CONTINUE READING

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