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  • Methods based on eye tracking to assess cognitive impairment 

    Goset Maldonado, Joan (Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2024)
    Conference lecture
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    Eye movements have been shown to be altered in neurological disorders such as Alzheimer's disease (AD), Parkinson's disease (PD), Multiple sclerosis (MS) etc. This has prompted researchers to explore potential links between ...
  • Impact of image resolution on retinal vessel tortuosity assessment 

    Ramírez Cano, Natalia; Rallo Capdevila, Miguel; Millán Garcia-Varela, M. Sagrario (2024-03-31)
    Article
    Open Access
    Several ocular and cardiovascular disorders are characterized by an elevated tortuosity of retinal blood vessels. Objective tortuosity measurements can be obtained through the computation of a set of tortuosity indices ...
  • Can viewing a 3D movie improve visual function in children with a history of amblyopia and neurotypical children?: a pilot study 

    Asensio Jurado, Laura; Argilés Sans, Marc; Quevedo Junyent, Luisa Jesús; Mestre Ferrer, Clara; M Levi, Dennis (Public Library of Science (PLOS), 2024-06-25)
    Article
    Open Access
    Purpose The aim of this pilot study was to determine whether viewing an immersive 3D movie with large disparities in a cinema resulted in improved visual acuity (VA), stereoscopic depth perception (ST), and improved eye ...
  • Saccade characteristics during fusional vergence tests as a function of vergence demand 

    Rovira Gay, Cristina; Mestre Ferrer, Clara; Argilés Sans, Marc; Pujol Ramo, Jaume (Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2024)
    Conference lecture
    Open Access
    This study investigated saccadic behaviour during the fusional vergence test as a function of disparity vergence demand. Participants’ divergence and convergence fusional vergence ranges were measured in an haploscopic ...
  • Central and peripheral corneal sagittal height in keratoconus and healthy eyes 

    Larrosa Expósito, Manel; Gispets Parcerisas, Joan; Lupón Bas, Núria; Cardona Torradeflot, Genís; Sempere Esteve, Anaïs (2024-03)
    Article
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    Purpose: To determine central and peripheral corneal sagittal height (z) values in keratoconus and healthy eyes with the Oculus Pentacam point-by-point data extraction software. Methods: Forty eyes from patients with central ...
  • DRI Triton SS-OCT applied to detect choroidal nodules in paediatric patients affected by NF1 

    Fresno Cañada, Carlos; Gispets Parcerisas, Joan; Prado Sánchez, Cristina del; Puigventós Rosanas, Enric; Pérez Jaume, Sara; Salvador Hernández, Héctor; Llorca Cardeñosa, Ana; Prat Bartomeu, Joan (Elsevier Ltd, 2024-04)
    Article
    Open Access
    Purpose: To examine whether image processing of non-mydriatic DRI Triton SS-OCT (Topcon Corporation, Tokyo, Japan) using the red free filter could assess the presence of choroidal nodules and thus include their detection ...
  • Validation of the Spanish version of the IVI_C VRQoL in children from 8 to 18 years old 

    Fresno Cañada, Carlos; Gispets Parcerisas, Joan; Fresno Cañada, Nazaret; Salvador Hernandez, Hector; Llorca Cardeñosa, Ana; Martinez Roda, Alejandro; Prat Bartomeu, Joan (Elsevier, 2024-06)
    Article
    Open Access
    Purpose: To validate the Spanish version of the Impact of Vision Impairment for Children (IVI_C), a vision-related quality of life (VRQoL) questionnaire, using Rasch Analysis. Methods: A translation and adaptation of the ...
  • Influence of blood glycemia levels in refraction, binocular vision and accommodation: a case report 

    Argilés Sans, Marc; Sala Oller, Jessica; Sunyer Grau, Bernat; Rovira Gay, Cristina; Pérez Maña, Luis (Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI), 2024-03-23)
    Article
    Open Access
    This case report provides us with insight on how blood glycemia affects refraction, vergence and accommodation in a single diabetic patient. A 21-year-old type I diabetic woman was the subject studied in this report. ...
  • Assessment of a clinical test for detection of alteration in visual perception due to astigmatism 

    Gal, Eyal; Gispets Parcerisas, Joan; Wilkins, Arnold; Zyroff, Meira; Netanya, Efrat; Gantz, Liat (2024-03-07)
    Article
    Open Access
    Purpose: Astigmatism blurs the retinal image of a circular spot along a particular orientation rendering it an elliptical shape. Astigmatic patients demonstrate adaptation to residual astigmatic blur that may affect their ...
  • Tolerance to residual astigmatism of an isofocal intraocular lens 

    Pérez Sanz, Lidia; Vega Lerín, Fidel; Azor Morón, Juan Antonio; Cuellar Santiago, Fátima; Millán Garcia-Varela, M. Sagrario; Garzón Jimenez, Nuria (Springer Nature, 2023-11-11)
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    Purpose To evaluate the impact of residual astigmatism on the optical and visual performance of an enhanced-monofocal isofocal intraocular lens (EM Isopure, BVI medical, Belgium) compared to a monofocal one (Micropure, BVI ...
  • Modeling the use of LiDAR through adverse weather 

    Ballesta Garcia, Maria; Mas Giménez, Gerard de; Royo Royo, Santiago (2023-07-12)
    Part of book or chapter of book
    Open Access
    Due to the outstanding characteristics of LiDAR imaging systems, they seem essential for the consolidation of novel applications related to computer vision, in fields such as autonomous vehicles, outdoor recognition, and ...
  • A LiDAR imaging system using temporal and polarization discrimination for turbid media 

    Ballesta Garcia, Maria; Peña Gutiérrez, Sara; Rodríguez Aramendía, Ana; García Gómez, Pablo; Rodrigo Arcay, Noel; Royo Royo, Santiago (2023)
    Conference report
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    In recent times, there has been a surge of interest in LiDAR imaging systems, particularly in outdoor terrestrial applications associated with computer vision. However, a significant hurdle preventing their widespread ...

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