Photo Gallery

The last photo of the OPTICAL group in the 20th Century
(L to R): Alex Berg, Prof. Brian Barsky, Dan Garcia, Henry Tran, Lillian Chu, Prof. Stan Klein. Photo taken 1999-12 by Dan Garcia.
"I'd like to thank the members of the Academy..."
Prof. Brian A. Barsky being inducted by the Academy of Optometry as a Fellow of the Academy, in December 1997.
"Corneal topography should be considered in the context of a general surface."
Prof. Brian A. Barsky delivering a lecture at International Association of Contact Lens Educators (IACLE) and Cornea and Contact Lens Research Unit (CCLRU) of the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Paul Pavlou)
"Here are images from our SPIE BiOS '98 poster."

Prof. Brian A. Barsky poses with some images from our poster shown at SPIE's BiOS '98 conference in San Jose, CA on 98-01-24.

(Photo by Fleur Howe)

"How can we represent the curvature in a more intuitive way?"

Prof. Brian A. Barsky (right) and Graduate Student Dan Garcia discuss the interpretation of the axial power visualization shown on the computer.

"The visualization you are seeing is the axial power of my right eye."

Prof. Brian A. Barsky poses with the axial power visualization of his right eye.

"Note the maximum curvature in the lower left region."

Prof. Brian A. Barsky indicates the maximum curvature point in the axial power visualization of his right eye.

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