Optical modelling and Model Eye analysis of optical films with S.T.O.P.® technology

Lahav-Yacouel, Karen;1 Falk, Darrin;1,2 Dinh, Nhu;1,2 Fedtke, Cathleen;1,2 Ehrmann, Klaus;1,2 Ravi C. Bakaraju1,2


1nthalmic Pty Ltd, Sydney, Australia

2School of Optometry and Vision Science, UNSW, Sydney, Australia


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