MEMS based vision correction using adaptive optics

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Sankarananda, . and Raghunath, U. and Srinivasan, T. and Gurumurthy, K.S. (2007) MEMS based vision correction using adaptive optics. In: TENCON 2006. 2006 IEEE Region 10 Conference, 14-17 Nov. 2006, Hong Kong.

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Official URL: https://doi.org/10.1109/TENCON.2006.344200

Abstract

Many common vision problems, such as myopia and astigmatism, are caused by aberrations introduced by the eye and are easy to correct with eyeglass lenses. Other aberrations are harder to deal with, both in improving a person's vision and in examining the eye. Technology derived from adaptive optics (AO) research for astronomy is being adapted to measure aberrations in the eye. AO promises to revolutionize vision science by allowing physicians to measure the optical imperfections of the living eye with unprecedented thoroughness and accuracy. With this technology, physicians will be able to diagnose tiny retinal defects before they become a threat to healthy vision. In this technology, light leaving an eye is focused onto a deformable mirror the key feature of adaptive optics - and corrected for any aberration, thereby producing the highest quality images of/on the retina ever seen. This paper deals with the design of a MEMS based AO system for vision correction. In particular, this paper presents the design of a deformable mirror using a fixed-fixed micro-cantilever for actuation. The structural design follows an approach that reduces process complexity. The feasibility of the approach is shown in simulations

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Additional Information: cited By 0; Conference of 2006 IEEE Region 10 Conference, TENCON 2006 ; Conference Date: 14 November 2006 Through 17 November 2006; Conference Code:70043
Uncontrolled Keywords: Deformable Mirror (DM); Micro cantilevers; Retina, Aberrations; Adaptive optics; Lenses; Medical problems; MEMS; Mirrors; Vision, Vision aids
Subjects: Faculty of Engineering > Electronics & Communication Engineering
Faculty of Engineering > Electrical Engineering
Divisions: University Visvesvarayya College of Engineering > Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering
Depositing User: Mr. Kirana Kumar D
Date Deposited: 26 Feb 2016 11:14
Last Modified: 26 Feb 2016 11:14
URI: http://eprints-bangaloreuniversity.in/id/eprint/1585

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