1 November 2000 Experimental nonmechanical image rotation to 20 angles using an acousto-optic dove prism
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An experimental demonstration of nonmechanical optical image rotation to 20 different angles is described. The optical system consists of a polygon mirror with 20 facets in a half cylinder and a 2-D acousto-optic beam deflector. Experimental details including the requirements of components are described. Various issues such as number of rotation angles, resolution, aberration, and noise are analyzed.
Yong-Seok Im, Eung Gi Paek, Xiao Tang, Joon Y. Choe, Tae Kwan Oh, "Experimental nonmechanical image rotation to 20 angles using an acousto-optic dove prism," Optical Engineering 39(11), (1 November 2000). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.1314592 . Submission:
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