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Better Than Normal Visual Acuity Does Not Require Perfect Ocular Optics


Optical aberrations in the eye impose a fundamental physical limit to visual performance. Conventional wisdom assumes that subjects with better than normal spatial vision should have nearly perfect ocular optics. It has been also speculated in the past that some particular aberration patterns would be best suited to produce good vision. In this context, we have performed a study to determine whether subjects with exceptional natural visual acuity also have perfect ocular optics.

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