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Dr. Josef Bille and his group at the University of Heidelberg pioneered the application of adaptive optics to ophthalmology. Dreher , Bille and Weinreb first applied a membrane-deformable mirror with 13 actuators to the eye in 1989 . But, lacking an effective means of measuring the total ocular aberration, they were only able to correct the astigmatism of one eye. In 1801 Young became the first of several to design subjective ray-tracing optometers for the measurement of spherical aberration .
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