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Introduction to Visual Optics

Introduction to Visual Optics

A Light Approach

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Get the foundational knowledge you need in the area of visual optics with the text that is easy to comprehend, visually appealing, and engaging from cover to cover. Introduction to Visual Optics:: A Light Approach covers the basic information you need in this complex area in a significantly more approachable manner than other resources on the market. Youll find clear, easy-to-read explanations that work hand-in-hand with colourful charts, graphs, illustrations, and diagrams created by the author, Dr. Samantha Strong. This unique text is perfect for optometry students, optometrists, ophthalmology residents, student dispensing opticians, and others in the eye care field.
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  • Section 1: Geometric and Basic Optics Chapter 1: Basics of Light and Colour Chapter 2: Vergence and Refraction Chapter 3: Thin Lenses Chapter 4: Ray Tracing Chapter 5: Equivalent Lenses Chapter 6: Thick Lenses Chapter 7: Dispersion and Chromatic Aberration Chapter 8: Prisms Chapter 9: Reflection Chapter 10: Optical Instruments

    Section 2: Physical Optics Chapter 11: Superposition, Diffraction and Interference

    Section 3: Clinical Applications Chapter 12: Finding the Focus in Real Experiments Chapter 13: Photometry Chapter 14: Low Vision Aids Chapter 15: Polarisation Chapter 16: Lenses for Imaging the Eye Chapter 17: Wavefront Aberrations and Adaptive Optics Chapter 18: Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)

    Section 4: Experiments to Do at Home Chapter 19: Create Your Own Camera Obscura Chapter 20: Create a Blue Sky in your Kitchen Chapter 21: Create a Prism Chapter 22: Measure the Speed of Light Answers to Practice Questions

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