Abstract

In this presentation a model of human eye based on bimorph flexible mirror is introduced. We demonstrate experimental data of reproducing spatial-temporal statistics of aberrations of common human eye with our model with RMS error about 5%. We also show that it is possible to introduce myopia or hyperopia, astigmatism and high-order aberrations as a live eye has. We calculate spatial-temporal spectra of measured human eye aberrations and compare statistical properties of the human eye with statistical properties of existing models of turbulence.

© 2005 Optical Society of America

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