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Central visual field sensitivity data from microperimetry with spatially dense sampling

Astle, Andrew T.; Ali, Iram; Denniss, Jonathan


Andrew T. Astle

Iram Ali

Jonathan Denniss


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 “Methods for normative data comparison in gaze-contigent microperimetry” (Denniss and Astle, 2016) [1].


Astle, A. T., Ali, I., & Denniss, J. (in press). Central visual field sensitivity data from microperimetry with spatially dense sampling. Data in Brief,

Journal Article Type Article
Acceptance Date Jul 29, 2016
Online Publication Date Aug 4, 2016
Deposit Date Aug 10, 2016
Publicly Available Date Aug 10, 2016
Journal Data in Brief
Electronic ISSN 2352-3409
Publisher Elsevier
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Keywords Perimetry; Microperimetry; Visual field; Age-related macular degeneration
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