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Introduction to panoramic lenses / by Claudio Pernechele.

Author/Creator:
Pernechele, Claudio, author.
Publication:
Bellingham, Washington : SPIE, 2018.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (62 pages)
Series:
SPIE spotlight ; SL38.
SPIE digital library
SPIE. Spotlight ; SL38
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Subjects:
Lenses -- Design and construction.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
System Details:
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Summary:
This Spotlight provides an overview of panoramic lenses, including past research, relevant patents, and an analysis of the optical physics involved. The book also compares panoramic lenses currently on the market.
Contents:
1. Panoramic vision of the world: 1.2. Omnidirectional lens image formation
2. History of panoramic systems
3. Maps of the panorama: 3.1. Hyperbolic mirror; 3.2. Common mapping functions; 3.3. Other mapping functions; 3.4. Panoramic lens plate scale
4. Optics of panoramic lenses: 4.1. Optical performance of mirror-based panoramic lenses; 4.2. Single-reflection catadiopter; 4.3. Double-reflection catadiopter; 4.4. Realization of a double-reflection panoramic lens
5. Hyperhemispheric lenses: 5.1. Realization of a hyperhemispheric lens
6. Bifocal panoramic lenses: 6.1. Realization of a bifocal panoramic lens
7. Afocal panoramic lenses: 7.1. Afocal plastic lenses
8. Infrared panoramic lenses
9. Panoramic lens applications: 9.1. Space applications; 9.2. Mobile mapping systems; 9.3. Video surveillance; 9.4. Pipe inspection; 9.5. Unmanned vehicle; 9.6. Automotive; 9.7. Entertainment
Acknowledgments
References.
Notes:
"SPIE Digital Library."--Website.
Includes bibliographical references (page 55-62).
Title from PDF title page (SPIE eBooks Website, viewed 2018-05-09).
Contributor:
Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers, publisher.
ISBN:
9781510619890
9781510619906
9781510619913
OCLC:
1035472026
Publisher Number:
10.1117/3.2322575 doi
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.