Purpose: To determine the feasibility of collecting accurate, continuous accommodative data during reading.
Introduction: Both clinicians and researchers alike have seen a need to measure accommodation during reading of continuous text. In the past, obtaining these measures has been hampered by off-axis effects caused by eye movements.
Kundart, James; Tai, Yu-Chi; Hayes, John R.; Gietzen, Joshua; and Sheedy, James, "Real-Time Objective Measurement of Accommodation While Reading" (2010). Faculty Scholarship (COO). 10.