Basic and Clinical Applications of Vision Science: The by Jay M. Enoch (auth.), V. Lakshminarayanan (eds.)

By Jay M. Enoch (auth.), V. Lakshminarayanan (eds.)

Basic and scientific purposes of imaginative and prescient Sciences includes the edited papers awarded on the Enoch imaginative and prescient technology Symposium, April 27-30 1996, which was once prepared in honor of the pioneer in imaginative and prescient technology, Dr Jay M Enoch. Dr Enoch served for twelve years as Dean, university of Optometry, college of California, Berkeley.
The booklet is equipped alongside the strains of Dr. Enoch's contributions to imaginative and prescient technological know-how, yet isn't really restricted to those subject matters. Of distinct word, the reader will locate papers on very important new advancements in photoreceptor, ophthalmic and visible optics, retinal imaging, ophthalmic body structure and pathophysiology, visible psychophysics and visible suggestions.
The papers are grouped into the subsequent sections:

  • photoreceptor optics;
  • ophthalmic and visible optics;
  • binocular imaginative and prescient, developmental imaginative and prescient, eye activities and body structure;
  • ophthalmic disorder;
  • visual psychophysics and medical functions;
  • history of imaginative and prescient technological know-how. ¬£/LIST¬£

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