• A device has been developed that offers many advantages not available with traditional visual acuity testing methods. The Baylor Video Acuity Tester (BVAT) produces randomized targets, size selectable at electronic speeds for testing even in normal ambient room light. Comparisons of the BVAT with the Project-O-Chart (American Optical Corp, Southbridge, Mass) on 60 subjects yield correlations of.93 and.95. A test-retest correlation of the BVAT of.88 was found.
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