Study the Field of View Influence on the Monchromatic and Polychromatic Image Quality of a Human Eye

Adeeb Mansoor Qasim - Computer Science Department, AL-Salam University College, Hay AL-khadra’a, Baghdad, 10022, Iraq
Mohammad Aljanabi - Computer Science Department, AL-Salam University College, Hay AL-khadra’a, Baghdad, 10022, Iraq
Shahreen Kasim - Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology, Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM), Address, Johor, 86400, Malaysia
Mohd Arfian Ismail - Faculty of Computing, College of Computing and Applied Sciences, Universiti Malaysia Pahang, Malaysia
Taufik Gusman - Department of Information Technology, Politeknik Negeri Padang, Sumatera Barat, Indonesia

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In this paper, the effect of the eye field of view (known as F.O.V.) on the performance and quality of the image of the human eye is studied, analyzed, and presented in detail. The image quality of the retinal is numerically analyzed using the eye model of Liou and Brennan with this polymer contact lens. The image, which is in digital form were collected from various sources such as from photos, text structure, manuscripts, and graphics. These images were obtained from scanned documents or from a scene. The color fringing which is chromatic aberration addition to polychromatic effect was studied and analyzed. The Point Spreads Function or (known as PSF) as well as The Modulation Transfers Function (known as MTF) were measured as the most appropriate measure of image quality. The calculations of the image quality were made by using Zemax software. Then, the result of the calculation demonstrates the value of correcting the chromatic aberration. The results presented in this paper had shown that the form of image is so precise to the eye (F.O.V.). The image quality is degraded as (F.O.V.) increase due to the increment in spherical aberration and distortion aberration respectively. In conclusion, then Zemax software that was used in this study assist the researcher potential to design human eye and correct the aberration by using external optics.


Eye models; point spread function; modulation transfer function; aberration.

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