By Josef F. Bille, Ulrich von Pape (auth.), Professor Dr. Josef F. Bille, Carol F. H. Harner PhD, Dr. Frieder F. Loesel (eds.)
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D. F. Bille: An ASIC f or Hartm ann- Shack wavefron t detection. IEEE J . Solid-State Circuits (2002) 11. S . Claflin, N. Bar aket : Configuring on electrostatic m embran e mirror by least-squares fitt ing with analytically derived influence funct ions. J. Opt. Soc. Am. A 3 , 1833 (1986) 12. F. Miiller: Konzeption und Entwicklung ein es adaptiv-opt isch korri gierten Laser-Scanni ng Retina-Tomographen, Dissertation , University of Heidelberg, 2001 13. S. Wiihl: A ktiv e Korrektur optisc her A berrationen mittels genetischer Algorithm en, Diploma Th esis, Universit y of Heidelberg, 2000 14.
WJtl. . :,• <. ~w A 4 ... 14. Image of (8, L, M) photoreceptor cones with correction of the eye's high-order aberrations . (Courtesy of H. R. Williams) retinal eccentricity with a conventional sphero-cylindrical correction. 5 degrees. When the eye's optics were improved with adaptive optics as shown in Fig. 8, for the first time, cone mosaic could be resolved in all eyes at all retinal locations  . 13 shows one eye's cone mosaic from the fovea to 4 degrees away from the fovea.
9 Conclusion It was shown that the introduction of wavefront technology into ophthalmology allows us to determine all optical aberrations of the human eye, far beyond the spherocylindrical refractive error. Based on WaveScan technology the reproducibility and accuracy of the new technique were established in world-wide multicenter clinical studies. g. Shack-Hartmann technologies. In addition, adaptive optical stimulus generation can be used for preoperative simulation of refractive outcomes. Based on highly integrated micro-optoelectronic devices a new diagnostic instrument was developed, the so-called CLAO/Bille aberrometer.
Aberration-Free Refractive Surgery: New Frontiers in Vision by Josef F. Bille, Ulrich von Pape (auth.), Professor Dr. Josef F. Bille, Carol F. H. Harner PhD, Dr. Frieder F. Loesel (eds.)
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