Correction of the Mobile Eye (Far Vision)
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When the eye is corrected with spherical lenses at a suitable distance, there exists a given position of the line of sight that is close to the primary position; (we shall assume it to be superimposed on the primary position) so that the eye and the lens form a centered system. The optical axis of the lens, which passes through centers C1C2 of the spheres that constitute the surfaces, thus meets the center or rotation of the eye. As this center is in the image space of the lens, we shall designate it as Q′; for the same reason, we shall call ω′ the angle of the line of sight and the axis of the lens.
KeywordsSpherical Aberration Thin Lens Focal Line Corrective Lens Object Field
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