|標題:||Heterodyne moire interferometry for measuring corneal surface profile|
Hsu, Ken Y.
Department of Photonics
|關鍵字:||Corneal surface profile;Heterodyne interferometry;Projection moire;Talbot effect|
|摘要:||This study proposes an accurate method for reconstructing the corneal surface profile. By applying a constant velocity to the projection grating along the grating plane, a series of sampling points of the sinusoidal wave, which behaves in the manner of heterodyne interferometric signals, can be recorded using a CMOS camera. The phase distribution of the moire fringes can then be obtained using the IEEE 1241 least-square sine fitting algorithm and two-dimensional (2D) phase unwrapping. Finally, the corneal surface profile can be reconstructed by substituting the phase distribution into a specially derived equation. To validate the proposed method, the corneal surface of a pig eyeball was measured. The measurement resolution was approximately 3.5 mu m. Because of the introduction of the Talbot effect, the projection moire method, and heterodyne interferometry, this approach provides the advantages of a simple optical setup, ease of operation, high stability, and high resolution. (C) 2013 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.|
|期刊:||OPTICS AND LASERS IN ENGINEERING|
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