Abstract

Quantitative Phase Imaging displays attractive features for ocular wavefront aberrometry. An adaptive-optics mirror control algorithm for ophthalmoscopy is demonstrated that takes advantage of its superior lateral resolution and similar accuracy compared to Hartmann-Shack systems.

© 2009 Optical Society of America

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