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Colour Vision Assessment (including CAD and additional tests)

Colour Vision Assessment (including CAD and additional tests)

As part of the Colour Vision Assessment, the CAD test employs a new approach to colour vision assess...

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ACAD (Achromatopsia Colour Assessment and Diagnosis)

ACAD (Achromatopsia Colour Assessment and Diagnosis)

Like CAD, this test measures red/green and yellow/blue chromatic sensitivity, but uses larger, spati...

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Light Scatter

Light Scatter

Poor spatial vision is often caused by a gradual increase in light scatter, and it is important to k...

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Acuity Plus

Acuity Plus

Spatial vision can be affected by changes in the optics of the eye or by retinal disease, so this te...

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Aberrometry Assessment

Aberrometry Assessment

By measuring the wavefront aberrations across the eye this test can provide an indication of the cha...

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Flicker Plus

Flicker Plus

This measures rapid flicker thresholds at the fovea, which is responsible for sharp central vision, ...

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MAP (Macular Assessment Profile)

MAP (Macular Assessment Profile)

The MAP test measures the spatial distribution of Macular Pigment in the eye. This is of particular ...

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EMAIL

EMAIL

This Eye Movement And Intrinsic Latency test measures oculomotor parameters such as blinks, visual p...

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PAPI (Precision Approach Path Indicator)

PAPI (Precision Approach Path Indicator)

The PAPI test has been developed at City as a practical simulation of the conditions in which pilots...

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CRATO (Colour Requirements for Air Traffic Operators)

CRATO (Colour Requirements for Air Traffic Operators)

Colour is used extensively in air traffic control, as well as other visually demanding occupations, ...

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City, University of London is an independent member institution of the University of London. Established by Royal Charter in 1836, the University of London consists of 18 independent member institutions with outstanding global reputations and several prestigious central academic bodies and activities.