I use adaptive optics enabled ophthalmoscopes as a tool to investigate visual perception, aiming to answer such questions as "How do the neural circuits in human retina process colour information?". Through the study of ocular aberrations and their compensation using adaptive optics, we hope to capture images of the retina with high fidelity and to present visual stimuli targeted to particular elements of the retinal microstructure. This will enhance our ability to understand the processing of visual information.
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