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Opt Express. 2007 Feb 19;15(4):1946-53.

Liquid Crystal based adaptive optics system to compensate both low and high order aberrations in a model eye.

Abstract

Based on a simple eye model system, a high resolution adaptive optics retina imaging system was built to demonstrate the availability of using liquid crystal devices as a wave-front corrector for both low and high order aberrations. Myopia glass was used to introduce large low order aberrations. A fiber bundle was used to simulate the retina. After correction, its image at different diopters became very clear. We can get a root mean square (RMS) correction precision of lower than 0.049lambda (lambda=0.63mum) for over to 10 diopters and the modulation transfer function (MTF) retains 511p/mm, which is nearly the diffraction limited resolution for a 2.7mm pupil diameter. The closed loop bandwidth was nearly 4 Hz, which is capable to track most of the aberration dynamics in a real eye.

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