Figure 3: Time course of the pupil diameters (Top) and the higher-order aberrations (total higher-order, coma-like, spherical-like aberration; Below) computed with Schwiegerling’s algorithm based on the natural pupil diameters and wavefront aberrations for 6.0 mm from the binocular to the monocular condition in A) subject 1, who had particularly small values and/ or changes in wavefront aberrations and pupil diameters and B) subject 2, whose values/changes were large. The vertical dash shows the time the non-measurement eye was covered. (B.=binocular condition, M.=monocular condition, RMS=root mean square).