Effect of orientation of a rotationally asymmetric bifocal lens design on visual quality using SimVis, published in JCRS

thesis

We used a two-channel Simultaneous Vision Simulator provided with a spatial light simulator to simulate the impact of the orientation of an angularly segmented bifocal lens design on vision. The lens represents a commercially-available design (Oculentis Mplus), but texperiments can be performed on the same eye (i.e. not involving IOL implant, and making it possible to compare across 8 different rotation positions).  We found that the bias towards particular orientations in some individuals could be explained by the interactions of the optics of the eye with the lens design. The paper appears in the current issue of the Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery

Full reference: Radhakrishnan, Dorronsoro and Marcos. Differences in visual quality with orientation of a rotationally asymmetric bifocal intraocular lens design Journal of Cataract & Refractive Surgery 42 (9) 1276–1287 (2016)
Link: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0886335016303078

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