Objective assessment of visual acuity using the SweepVEP

A simple and reliable method for the objective assessment of visual acuity by optimizing the stimulus used in commercially available systems and by improving the methods of evaluation using a nonlinear function, the modified Ricker model. The model does not require the manual exclusion of data points, making it more reliable and robust against outliers, and, in addition, provides a measure for the noise of the recorded results.

     

Objective assessment of visual acuity using the SweepVEP
Image SweepVEP

Software

Publications

  1. Torsten Strasser, Fadi Nasser, Gudrun Haerer, Ditta Zobor, Anne Kurtenbach, and Eberhart Zrenner. 2014. “Objective Assessment of Visual Acuity Using Visual Evoked Potentials - the Visus VEP Revised.” Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 55 (13): 5124.
  2. Torsten Strasser, Fadi Nasser, Hana Langrová, Ditta Zobor, Łukasz Lisowski, Dominic Hillerkuss, Carla Sailer, Anne Kurtenbach, and Eberhart Zrenner. 2019. “Objective Assessment of Visual Acuity: A Refined Model for Analyzing the Sweep VEP.” Documenta Ophthalmologica 138 (2): 97–116. doi:10.1007/s10633-019-09672-z.