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Foundations of Physiological Optics

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17PBOZFOA ZK 2 2P Czech

The course 17PBOZFOA can be graded only after the course 17PBOAFPO has been successfully completed.

The course 17PBOSUR1 can be graded only after the course 17PBOZFOA has been successfully completed.

The course 17PBONR can be graded only after the course 17PBOZFOA has been successfully completed.

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Department of Natural Sciences
Synopsis:

Fundamentals of optical imaging. Physiological structure of human eye, its geometric and physical properties. Visual perception. Sensitivity of eye. Optical system of human eye. Axes and pupils of eye. Schematic optical models of human eye. Photometric parameters of optical system of eye. Accommodation and aging of eye. Monochromatic and chromatic aberrations of human eye. Resolving power and depth of field. Influence of aberrations on image quality. Contrast sensitivity. Ametropy. Astigmatism. Aphakia. Amblyopy. Physiology of eye movement, methods of eye tracking. Basic principles of binocular and stereoscopic vision.

Requirements:

Assessment: active participation on the solution of excercises. fulfillment of requirements for assessment, knowledge covering the extent of the course.

Syllabus of lectures:

1. Introduction. Fundamentals of optical imaging

2. Physiological structure of human eye, its geometric and physical properties

3. Optical system of human eye.

4. Schematic optical models of human eye

5. Photometric parameters of optical system of eye.

6. Accommodation and aging

7. Monochromatic and chromatic aberrations of human eye

8. Resolving power and depth of field.

9. Influence of aberrations on image quality. Contrast sensitivity.

10. Ametropy.

11. Astigmatism. Aphakia. Amblyopy.

12. Physiology of eye movement, methods of eye tracking.

13. Basic principles of binocular and stereoscopic vision.

Syllabus of tutorials:

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Study Objective:

The subject objective is to provide essential information about the optical system of the human eye, fundamentals of vision theory and corresponding anatomical and physiological properties of the human visual system.

Study materials:

1.W. Benjamin: Borish's Clinical Refraction. Butterworth-Heinemann, 2006.

2.A.G.Bennett, R.B. Rabbetts: Clinical Visual Optics. Butterworth-Heinemann, 2007.

3.A.H. Tunnacliffe: Introduction to Visual Optics. Gresham Press, London, 1993.

4.D. A. Atchison, G. Smith: Optics of the Human Eye. Butterworth Heinemann 2000.

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