Active Eye Tracking for Excimer Laser Refractive Surgery
The eye tracker is an important component of today’s laser vision correction (LVC) systems. The accuracy demanded of these eye-tracking systems is very high, especially in wavefront-driven customized treatments. Very specific eye motions need to be tracked during LVC to ensure the most effective treatment. The rationale behind the design of the VISX ActiveTrak eye tracker was based on these movements.
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