1 September 1988 Impulse Response Of A Multiaperture Vision System Eyelet
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Multiaperture vision systems are of interest in the area of robotic vision. A facsimile of the insect eye may be as useful for transmitting information to robotics as conventional cameras, which are analogous to the human eye. A physical model of one multiaperture vision system, the insect apposition ommatidia, has been successfully constructed. To provide an understanding of the multiaperture vision system, the impulse response of a single eyelet, or ommatidium, was developed. Experimental measurements of the impulse response were found to closely match theoretical results.
Ron Driggers, Ron Driggers, Carl Halford, Carl Halford, Roy Walters, Roy Walters, } "Impulse Response Of A Multiaperture Vision System Eyelet," Optical Engineering 27(9), 279775 (1 September 1988). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7976760 . Submission:
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