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A novel amblyopia treatment system based on LED light source

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Xiaoqing Zhang, Qingshan Chen, Xiaoling Wang

Beijing Information Science & Technology Univ. (China)

Proc. SPIE 7997, Fourth International Seminar on Modern Cutting and Measurement Engineering, 799729 (May 26, 2011); doi:10.1117/12.888392
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  • Fourth International Seminar on Modern Cutting and Measurement Engineering
  • Jiezhi Xin; Lianqing Zhu; Zhongyu Wang
  • Beijing, China | December 10, 2010

abstract

A novel LED (light emitting diode) light source of five different colors (white, red, green, blue and yellow) is adopted instead of conventional incandescent lamps for an amblyopia treatment system and seven training methods for rectifying amblyopia are incorporated so as for achieving an integrated therapy. The LED light source is designed to provide uniform illumination, adjustable light intensity and alterable colors. Experimental tests indicate that the LED light source operates steadily and fulfills the technical demand of amblyopia treatment.

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Xiaoqing Zhang ; Qingshan Chen and Xiaoling Wang
"A novel amblyopia treatment system based on LED light source", Proc. SPIE 7997, Fourth International Seminar on Modern Cutting and Measurement Engineering, 799729 (May 26, 2011); doi:10.1117/12.888392; http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.888392


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