The visual performance of each lens (e.g., visual contrast or acuity) is selected in accordance with a predefined relation so as to optimize the binocular visual performance provided by the combination of the lenses.
The optic part may include prismatic, astigmatic or magnification correction to improve visual performance.
A visual performance score is determined based on the set of responses received from the subject and the difficulty ratings for the visual recognition tests displayed to the subject is then output.
A novel method of assessing visual performance is provided, which can simulate the effect of pigment absorption on visual acuity and indicate macular pigment optical density (MPOD).
A method for improving the visual performance of a person involves correcting higher-order monochromatic aberrations in combination with the correction of chromatic aberration.
The subject views the feature at different locations and/or whilst in motion, having selected a tint for evaluation of visual comfort or performance.
For each remote terminal, the terminal services blade and proxy server functions may improve the video and graphics performance.