designs of imaging systems.
I want to show here my ability to complete an optical design. The key features of design
imaging systems are choosing a start design and its optimization using merit function until required
optical performance is obtained. The start design should include enough lenses to achieve a
balance of aberrations. The designs shown here were not sold, or permissions to their publications were obtained
from my prior clients:
The eyepiece with adjustment from -6D to +6D
- The design
of the compact wide FOV camera is shown in the link below. Optics of the camera includes three aspherical plastic lenses and
a single spherical glass lens.The design includes tolerance, ghost image, and thermal analyses.
- The design
of the micro-camera for endoscopy is shown in the link below.
The micro-camera for endoscopy
- The design of the imaging system of the fundus
camera is shown in the link below. The camera has the range of adjustment from -10 Diopters to +10 Diopters.
Design of imaging system of fundus camera
- The design of the compact high-resolution camera
for micro-scanning is shown in the link below.
The compact high-resolution camera
Some of my clients do not
have a strong background in optical design. But, it is
essential to know aberration theory for understanding the optical design
process. I have not found the article that presents a short explanation of the theory. So, I wrote the
article. It can be
found in the link below.
A Short Explanation of Aberration Theory
More information about the
optical design process can be found in the article shown below. The article was
taken from the book "Optical System Design", authors: Robert E. Fischer,
BiljanaTadic-Galeb, Paul R. Yoder.
The Optical Design Process
designs of illuminating systems.
Feasibility study of design illuminating system based on LEDs and
reflector is shown in the link below.
Feasibility study of design illuminating system