Abstract

An adaptive optics (AO) ocular imaging system is proposed that is based on the principles of digital holography and dispenses with the wavefront sensor and wavefront modulator of conventional AO systems, thus reducing the optomechanical complexity and cost while increasing speed and resolution. Numerical simulations and proof- of-principle experiments are presented that demonstrate the feasibility.

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