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Nagoya-shi, Japan

Patent
Tomey Corporation | Date: 2015-07-17

An ophthalmologic apparatus comprises a light source


Patent
Tomey Corporation | Date: 2015-10-29

Apparatus and method for optical coherence tomography. The method includes orienting a first optical path in a first selected orientation in space relative to a second optical path, having lights of the first optical path and the second optical path with no preferential polarization direction relationship. A sample is scanned with light from the first optical path and the second optical path. Light returning from the sample is directed, along the first optical path and the second optical path, to an optical pathway leading to a processing system. The processing system is configured to perform optical coherence tomography motion analysis based on interferences between at least one reference light and at least two lights returning from the sample, at two different instants, and from nearby scanned locations.


A sample clock generator includes a first optical path and a second optical path through which input lights are guided, an optical phase shifter to shift a phase of the input light guided through the first optical path, an interference-light generating unit to combine a phase-shifted input light and the input light guided through the second optical path to thereby generate an interference light for sample clock, a splitting unit to split the interference light for sample clock into two split lights having different phases, one light receiving unit to at least receive one split light from among the two split lights having different phases, the other light receiving unit to at least receive the other split light, a signal generating unit to generate a sample clock signal based on signals outputted from the one light receiving unit and the other light receiving unit.


Patent
Tomey Corporation | Date: 2015-10-29

An optical tomographic imaging apparatus capable of acquiring a two-dimensional or/and three-dimensional tomographic image having higher SNR and quality by cancelling phase change caused by birefringence of a sample in average processing using a predetermined kernel region, and calculating a global phase difference of each pixel in the kernel. The optical tomographic imaging apparatus includes a processing unit configured to: set a predetermined kernel to a B scan image or/and C scan image (volume data) acquired corresponding to a Jones matrix; model the Jones matrix of each pixel in the set predetermined kernel by using one or more unitary matrices to calculate a relative global phase of each pixel; and cancel the calculated relative global phase in each pixel in the predetermined kernel to average each element of the Jones matrix in the predetermined kernel.


Patent
Tomey Corporation | Date: 2014-09-23

An ophthalmological device emits light from a measurement optical system to an eye to be examined and calculates a dimension along the eye axis of a target portion of the eye from interfering light composed of reflected light from the eye and reference light. The measurement optical system includes incidence position changing member that changes the incidence position of light emitted to the eye, and driving unit that drives the incidence position changing member so as to scan at the incidence position of emitted light in a predetermined region of the eye. The predetermined region is a region where a straight line passes through when the straight line radially extended from the cornea apex of the eye is circumferentially moved over a predetermined angle range in the case of the eye is viewed from the front.

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