4 August 2014 Multi-image display system based on image magnifier by lens array
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Optical Engineering, 53(8), 085102 (2014). doi:10.1117/1.OE.53.8.085102
Abstract
Optical design of an image magnifier based on a lens array is presented. The proposed image magnifier does not have a limit for object size due to off-axis aberration because the object is divided into segments and is kept apart from the nearest neighbor segment with the period of the lens array. Several images can be sequentially generated by magnifying sequentially specific objects among mosaic objects, which are composed of multi-images. The designed lens for the image magnifier corresponds to a lens array with an aperture of 2 mm and a magnification ratio of 3. Furthermore, an application for a display system of the designed image magnifier is also presented.
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Jin Choi, Hong Jin Kong, Jong Ung Lee, "Multi-image display system based on image magnifier by lens array," Optical Engineering 53(8), 085102 (4 August 2014). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.OE.53.8.085102
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Image segmentation

Displays

Lens design

Imaging systems

Aspheric lenses

LCDs

Microlens array

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