Abstract

We describe a technique for making single-pass measurements of the wave-front aberration of the eye. The technique utilizes the natural fluorescence of the retina that is produced by lipofuscin to form an incoherent pointlike source for conventional Shack–Hartmann sensing.

© 1999 Optical Society of America

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