Central visual field sensitivity data from microperimetry with spatially dense sampling

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Abstract

Microperimetry, also referred to as fundus perimetry or fundus-driven perimetry, enables simultaneous acquisition of visual sensitivity and eye movement data. We present sensitivity data collected from 60 participants with normal vision using gaze-contingent perimetry. A custom designed spatially dense test grid was used to collect data across the visual field within 13° of fixation. These data are supplemental to a study in which we demonstrated a spatial interpolation method that facilitates comparison of acquired data from any set of spatial locations to normative data and thus screening of individuals with both normal and non-foveal fixation (Denniss and Astle, 2016) [1].

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Astle, A. T., Ali, I., & Denniss, J. (2016). Central visual field sensitivity data from microperimetry with spatially dense sampling. Data in Brief, 9, 673–675. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dib.2016.07.061

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