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dioptric

[dī′äp·trik]
(optics)
Serving in or effecting refraction.
Produced by means of refraction.
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Trinity House, the company which currently manages almost all UK lighthouses, later employed Robert Stevenson to oversee the building of a revolving dioptric light.
In 1637, he published his Geometry, Dioptric, and Meteors, which were prefaced with his even more famous Discourse on the Method of Rightly Conducting the Reason and Seeking for Truth in the Sciences.
If this face lies exactly perpendicular to the incoming signal, a sharp vertical line appears on the crystal face and can be brought into congruence with the dioptric role.
Eyepieces Wide-field, adjustable eyepieces with dioptric correction are particularly recommended for eyeglass wearers.
models have internal focusing and central dioptric compensation mechanisms that help make them completely water tight to a pressure depth of 4.
To bend and magnify rays to form a single plane of intense light, catadioptric prisms refract and reflect; dioptric prisms and center bull's-eye lens refract.
Its adjustable arm allows fast positioning of the microdisplays into the preferred angle of view, and differences in pupil distance and dioptric correction are also easily adjustable.
Also, some IOLs, especially in half dioptric powers, are not available in our setup, so in some cases the most accurate IOL was not inserted.
Caption: Figure 1 Axial curvature map of a keratoconic eye showing the dioptric asymmetry over the central 5mm
Accommodation is the process whereby the crystalline lens changes its dioptric power to focus precisely and maintain the object of interest at the high-resolution fovea [1].