By Jason Porter, Hope Queener, Julianna Lin, Karen Thorn, Abdul A. S. Awwal
Prime specialists current the newest know-how and purposes in adaptive optics for imaginative and prescient science
that includes contributions from the key researchers within the box, Adaptive Optics for imaginative and prescient technology is the 1st e-book dedicated solely to offering the basics of adaptive optics in addition to its functional purposes in imaginative and prescient technology. the cloth for this booklet stems from collaborations fostered by means of the guts for Adaptive Optics, a consortium of greater than thirty universities, executive laboratories, and corporations.
even supposing the e-book is written basically for researchers in imaginative and prescient technology and ophthalmology, the sector of adaptive optics has powerful roots in astronomy. Researchers in either fields percentage this know-how and, consequently, the ebook comprises chapters by means of either astronomers and imaginative and prescient scientists.
Following the advent, chapters are divided into the next sections:
* Wavefront size and Correction
* Retinal Imaging Applications
* imaginative and prescient Correction Applications
* layout Examples
Readers will detect the striking proliferation of recent purposes of wavefront-related applied sciences constructed for the human eye. for instance, the ebook explores how wavefront sensors provide the promise of a brand new new release of imaginative and prescient correction tools that could care for greater order aberrations past defocus and astigmatism, and the way adaptive optics can produce photos of the dwelling retina with extraordinary resolution.
An appendix contains the Optical Society of America's criteria for Reporting Optical Aberrations. A thesaurus of phrases and a logo desk also are included.
Adaptive Optics for imaginative and prescient technological know-how palms engineers, scientists, clinicians, and scholars with the fundamental ideas, engineering instruments, and methods had to grasp adaptive optics purposes in imaginative and prescient technological know-how and ophthalmology. furthermore, readers will realize the most recent pondering and findings from the prime innovators within the box.
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Adaptive optics for vision science: principles, practices, design, and applications by Jason Porter, Hope Queener, Julianna Lin, Karen Thorn, Abdul A. S. Awwal