LASIK


A wide range of physics is involved in understanding how changing the curvature of the cornea impacts human vision, and how the changes themselves are made. In this video series, students hear from a nationally known veteran LASIK surgeon with more than thirty years of experience as he discusses the evolution of LASIK. Homework and lab activities focus on the following topics: refraction, lenses, light absorption, spontaneous and stimulated emission, coherence, Fourier analysis, anatomy of the eye, myopia, optical properties of tissue and water, LASERs, Hartman Shack sensor

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