Proceedings PaperIntra-ocular accommodative implant using liquid crystal lenses (Conference Presentation)
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Loss of distance accommodation is a common disease and many approaches have been considered to solve this problem. Some of them are based on the use of mechanical force. However, we have developed an alternative approach using motion-free focusing based on liquid crystal lenses. Electrical distance triggering mechanism was also developed. The optical, energy and size characteristics will e presented.