An Image Stabilization Optical System Using Deformable Freeform Mirrors
AbstractAn image stabilization optical system using deformable freeform mirrors is proposed that enables the ray sets to couple dynamically in the object and image space. It aims to correct image blurring and degradation when there is relative movement between the imaging optical axis and the object. In this method, Fermat’s principle and matrix methods are used to describe the optical path of the entire optical system with a shift object plane and a fixed corresponding image plane in the carrier coordinate system. A constant optical path length is determined for each ray set, so the correspondence between the object and the shift free image point is used to calculate the solution to the points on the surface profile of the deformable mirrors (DMs). Off-axis three-mirror anastigmats are used to demonstrate the benefits of optical image stabilization with one- and two-deformable mirrors. View Full-Text
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Hao, Q.; Cheng, X.; Kang, J.; Jiang, Y. An Image Stabilization Optical System Using Deformable Freeform Mirrors. Sensors 2015, 15, 1736-1749.
Hao Q, Cheng X, Kang J, Jiang Y. An Image Stabilization Optical System Using Deformable Freeform Mirrors. Sensors. 2015; 15(1):1736-1749.Chicago/Turabian Style
Hao, Qun; Cheng, Xuemin; Kang, Jiqiang; Jiang, Yuhua. 2015. "An Image Stabilization Optical System Using Deformable Freeform Mirrors." Sensors 15, no. 1: 1736-1749.