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Which Wavelenght is at Focus in White Light?

PURPOSE

It is commonly assumed that for white light stimuli, the eye would focus at a wavelength near to the maximum of its spectral response. However, this has not been elucidated yet by direct experiments. We used a new custom built adaptive optics instrument operating with invisible infrared (IR) illumination for measuring which is the selected wavelength at focus in white light, and if that is affected by the presence of monochromatic aberrations

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