Marten F Fortuin
Hogeschool Utrecht University of Applied Science Department of Optometry Utrecht The Netherlands | Henry Welcome Laboratories for Vision Sciences, Department of Optometry and ...
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Marten F Fortuin:Expert Impact
Concepts for whichMarten F Fortuinhas direct influence:Visual discomfort,Visual complaints,Stereoscopic displays,Stereoscopic display,Contact lens,Boston material eye,Visual fatigue,People mbs.
Marten F Fortuin:KOL impact
Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which Marten F Fortuin has influence:Visual fatigue,Stereoscopic images,Virtual reality,Depth perception,Motion sickness,Binocular disparity,Display curvature.
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Hogeschool Utrecht University of Applied Science Department of Optometry Utrecht The Netherlands
Henry Welcome Laboratories for Vision Sciences, Department of Optometry and Visual Science, City University, London, UK
Human–Technology Interaction Group, Department of Industrial Engineering and Innovation Sciences, Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Department of Optometry and Visual Science, Henry Wellcome Laboratories for Vision Sciences, City University, London, UK
Human‐Technology Interaction Group, School of Innovation Sciences, Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, the Netherlands
Henry Wellcome Laboratories for Vision Sciences, Department of Optometry and Visual Science, City University, London, UK
Department of Optometry, Utrecht University of Applied Science (Hogeschool Utrecht), Utrecht, the Netherlands
Department of Optometry and Visual Science, Henry Wellcome Laboratories for Vision Sciences, City University, Northampton Square, London, EC1 0HB, UK
Eindhoven Univ. of Technology (Netherlands) and Hogeschool Utrecht (Netherlands) and City Univ. (United Kingdom)
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Prominent publications by Marten F Fortuin
Randomised controlled trial of the effects of two rigid gas permeable (RGP) contact lens materials and two surface cleaners on straylight values
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PURPOSE: In a double-masked randomized controlled crossover study we investigated both the retinal responses to straylight, and the effects of lens cleaners on straylight values, in two different RGP contact lens materials.
METHODS: Thirty patients (20-59 years) wearing RGP lenses were refitted with new lenses made of Boston XO material in one eye and made of Comfort O2 (ONSI-56) material in the other eye. Reported wetting angles for the Boston XO material (103 degrees ) and for the ...
|Known for Contact Lens | Boston Material Eye | Onsi56 Material | Rigid Gas | Randomised Controlled|
Manufacturer changes lead to clinically important differences between two editions of the TNO stereotest
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PURPOSE: Stereoacuity tests used in clinical practice should be repeatable and reproducible. However, it has been observed in a clinical setting that new editions of the TNO stereotest appear to give different values from those obtained using previous versions. The purpose of the present research was to investigate this observation.
METHODS: One hundred and twenty-one Dutch subjects, 88 (73%) females and 33 (27%) males, with an average age of 34.0 years (range 18-55) had their ...
|Known for Tno Stereotest | 95 Limits | Stereoacuity Tests | Visual Acuity | Depth Perception|
Abstract— This research identifies methods for signs of visual complaints associated with stereoscopic displays. Two potential causes for contradictory results concerning these signs in previous research are hypothesized: (1) not all clinical tests are equally appropriate and (2) there is a natural variation in susceptibility amongst people with normal vision. An optometric screening differentiated participants with moderate binocular status (MBS) from those with good binocular status ...
|Known for Visual Discomfort | 3‐d Displays | People Mbs | Binocular Status | Fusion Range|
Visual discomfort has been the subject of considerable research in relation to stereoscopic and autostereoscopic displays. In this paper, the importance of various causes and aspects of visual discomfort is clarified. When disparity values do not surpass a limit of 1°, which still provides sufficient range to allow satisfactory depth perception in stereoscopic television, classical determinants such as excessive binocular parallax and accommodation-vergence conflict appear to be of minor ...
|Known for Visual Discomfort | Stereoscopic Displays | Fast Motion | Disparity Values | Accommodation Vergence|
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PURPOSE: To compare the effect on optometric variables of reading text presented in 2-D and 3-D on two types of stereoscopic display.
METHODS: This study measured changes in binocular visual acuity, fixation disparity, aligning prism, heterophoria, horizontal fusional reserves, prism facility and accommodation responses for near of subjects after completing ten consecutive reading tasks of 1 minute each. The tasks consisted of reading words on a polarized two-view (n = 39) and an ...
|Known for Stereoscopic Display | Reading Speed | 2d Condition | Vision Binocular | Accommodation Ocular|
People with some signs of binocular dysfunctioning can be susceptible to visual complaints associated with viewing stereoscopic content at large viewing distances. Two performance measurements enabled to distinguish people by their binocular status (BS) in previous research: the ratio of performance of the Wilkins rate of reading test (WRRT) between 2-D and 3-D, and the vergence facility. in an experiment, first, an extensive optometric screening was carried out to differentiate visually ...
|Known for Visual Discomfort | Screen Disparity | Ratio Wrrt | Stereoscopic Content | Binocular Status|
Randomised controlled study comparing comfort‐related outcomes between two rigid gas permeable (RGP) lenses with different sessile drop contact angles
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PURPOSE: To compare comfort-related outcomes when wearing rigid gas permeable (RGP) contact lenses made of two different materials and using two cleaning regimes.
METHODS: In a double-masked lens material cross-over study, subjects (n = 28 who completed the study) were refitted with new lenses made from (A) Boston XO material in one eye and made from (B) ONSI-56 material in the other eye. The lenses made from materials A and B were worn on the right eye and the left eye following the ...
|Known for Contact Angle | Lenses Equipment | Captive Bubble|
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Some people experience visual discomfort when watching stereoscopic content, which to a large extent can be predicted by their binocular visual status. Earlier research has proven that the binocular status can be assessed by the difference in reading speed between 2-D and 3-D. In this paper, we further substantiate the evidence for a tool to screen people on their susceptibility to such visual complaints based on this reading speed difference.In an experiment participants were asked to ...
|Known for Visual Fatigue | Binocular Status | Discomfort Stereoscopic | Participants Categorized|
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