SimuLens performs a realistic simulation of a spectacle lens in use. The lens is to be described by arbitrary sets of points describing the front and back surfaces (e.g. generator points-files), and a refractive index. The eye position relative to

Zernike Polynomials

Truncated expansions such as Zernike polynomials provide a powerful approach for describing wavefront data. However, many simple calculations with data in this form can require significant computational effort. Important examples include recentering, renormalizing, and translating the wavefront data. This paper