David Rio
David Rio
Assistant Professor, New England College of Optometry, Boston, MA
Verified email at neco.edu
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Subjective through-focus quality of vision with various versions of modified monovision
G Vandermeer, D Rio, JJ Gicquel, PJ Pisella, R Legras
British Journal of Ophthalmology 99 (7), 997-1003, 2015
122015
Effect of age, decentration, aberrations and pupil size on subjective image quality with concentric bifocal optics
D Rio, K Woog, R Legras
Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics 36 (4), 411-420, 2016
112016
Which ratio of areas improves vision quality in simultaneous focus optics?
D Rio, R Legras
Optometry and Vision Science 92 (4), 429-436, 2015
92015
Simulation of commercial vs theoretically optimised contact lenses for presbyopia
R Legras, D Rio
Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics 37 (3), 297-304, 2017
72017
Effect of number of zones on subjective vision in concentric bifocal optics
R Legras, D Rio
Optometry and Vision Science 92 (11), 1056-1062, 2015
62015
Optimisation des optiques bifocales destinées à la correction de la presbytie
D Rio
Paris Saclay, 2016
22016
Tolerance to blur and visual activities and vision quality questionnaire
R Legras, D Rio
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 55 (13), 776-776, 2014
12014
Optimizing Prediction of Refraction through Metrics Calculations for simulated Keratoconic subjects
RA Lilienthal, K Kosteva, D Rio
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 61 (7), 3338-3338, 2020
2020
Neural transfer function changes with the addition of glare in young healthy subjects
K Kosteva, R Lilienthal, CP Taylor, D Rio
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 61 (7), 5080-5080, 2020
2020
Influence of Wavefront Aberration Order on Vision Prediction and Correction
KL Kosteva, RA Lilienthal, JJ Rozema, C Taylor, D Rio
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 60 (9), 596-596, 2019
2019
The impact of misalignment on the optical and visual image quality of template-based corrections in keratoconus
D Rio, JJ Rozema, GD Hastings, JD Marsack
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 59 (9), 5804-5804, 2018
2018
Comparing Image Gradations with Visual Acuity and Contrast Sensitivity as a Tool to Discriminate Blur
V Marc, D Rio, R Legras
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 59 (9), 4768-4768, 2018
2018
Simulation of commercial versus theoretically optimized contact lenses
D Rio, W Kelly, R Legras
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 57 (12), 6250-6250, 2016
2016
Could tolerance to blur predict inter-individual variations of neural contrast sensitivity and/or loss of contrast sensitivity due to defocus or astigmatism?
R Legras, D Rio, G Marin
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 57 (12), 205-205, 2016
2016
What ratio between distance and near power area do we need to provide an acceptable quality of distance and near vision with bifocal contact lenses?
D Rio, R Legras
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 55 (13), 2132-2132, 2014
2014
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