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This license restricts the article from being modified or used commercially. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Abstract The performance of a MEMS micro-electro-mechanical-system segmented deformable mirror was evaluated in an adaptive optics AO scanning laser ophthalmoscope. The control system that implements the closed-loop operation employs a matched lenslet Shack-Hartmann wavefront sensor whose measurements are used to apply modal corrections to the deformable mirror. After a preliminary evaluation of the AO mirror optical performance, retinal images from 4 normal subjects over a 0. Cone photoreceptors were observed as close as 0. In general, the quality of these images is comparable to that obtained using deformable mirrors based on different technologies. OCIS codes: Introduction In the early s, Webb et al.

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Moore, J. Panach, J. Mukasa, K. Ricca, F. Nevertheless, segmented mirrors offer some unique advantages for future AO applications for vision science.

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For example, segmented mirrors are more scalable than continuous face-sheet designs. Each actuator is independent, so there are no new optical constraints imposed by adding more elements. Second, there is more flexibility for coatings on the segmented reflectors. Advanced coatings may prove useful for specific imaging applications like 2-photon [ 27 ] or autofluorescence [ 28 ] where light efficiency is paramount. Finally, the ability to tip and tilt actuators can be used to deflect regions of the pupil out of the optical path, offering an efficient and effective way to control the pupil aperture.

Pupil control can be used to limit pupil size and shape, or can be used to bypass scattering caused by small cataracts or highly aberrated regions arising from keratoconus or other disorders. None of these applications are implemented in this paper, because our first interest was in assessing the basic performance of a segmented mirror in a modern AOSLO design.

In our opinion, the performance of a system depends as much on the optical design of the instrument as on the quality of wavefront sensor and corrector. If a element segmented mirror design works reasonably well, then the prospects are good for better performance with a MEMS segmented DM that has higher actuator counts. Recently, an Iris AO mirror was used in an AO retinal imaging system to explore retinal lesions in primates after infrared radiation overexposure [ 32 ].

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In the human eye, after confirming its capabilities as a wavefront corrector [ 33 ] it was used in a flood illuminated fundus camera [ 34 ]. Methods 2. The light delivery LD module, through a beam splitter, introduces an nm nm bandwidth collimated beam in the optical system, reaching the eye after reflecting off the DM, the horizontal scanner HS and the vertical scanner VS.

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The infrared light comes from a superluminescent diode Broadlighter S, Superlum, Russia. The diffusely reflected light from each point of the drawn raster scan on the retina transmits inversely along the ingoing path.

Part of this light is then reflected on a beam splitter, focused on a pinhole by means of a collecting lens L1 and finally detected by a GaAs photo multiplier tube PMT Hamamatsu, Japan. An Introduction to Islamic Cosmological Doctrines. Philosophy and Science in the Islamic World. The concept of science in Islam is a vast subject.

From the ninth century on, scholars traveled from one end of the.. After Sarton's death, Nasr completed his dissertation—published in as An Introduction to Islamic Cosmological Doctrines—under the direction of noted scholars I. Historically, Arabs and Persians who were interested in explaining the natural world around them first introduced Greek scientific treatises to the Arabic-speaking world during the eighth century.

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An Introduction to Islamic Cosmological Doctrines epub. A number of distinct features of the modern library were introduced in the Islamic world, where libraries not only served as a collection of manuscripts as was the case in ancient libraries, but also as a public library and lending library, a centre for the instruction and spread of sciences and ideas, a place for meetings and Seyyed Hossein Nasr , An Introduction to Islamic Cosmological Doctrines, Cambridge: Belknap Press of the Harvard University Press , p.

Holland ebook Format: pdf ISBN: , Page: It was in the aftermath of that Guattari met Gilles Deleuze at the University of Vincennes and began to lay the ground-work for the soon to be infamous Anti-Oedipus , which Michel Foucault described as "an introduction to the non-fascist life" in his preface to the book. Clinical and political aspects of medicine and analysis in this seminar. Anti-Oedipus presents, among other things, a famous critique though not rejection of psychoanalysis, which Deleuze and Guattari pursued, in part, by means of an engagement with Lacan's work.

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In Deleuze and Guattari introduce schizoanalysis[32] as an alternative to psychoanalysis of cinema, which they view as very limiting.