Abstract

Some of the theoretical aspects of meridional magnifying systems and combinations of such systems are discussed, especially as applicable to the measurement and correction of aniseikonic errors, i.e., differences between the size of the ocular images in the two eyes.

© 1944 Optical Society of America

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