Optical Measurement Technique with Telecentric Lenses

The technical note contains things like plane, infinity, camera, telecentric systems, ray, diffraction, axis, influence, optical axis, intersection, and intensity distribution. Many explanation like edge detection, object, approximation, telecentric perspective, intersection point, projection, depth, measurement technique, point, center, and optical imaging are described inside this technical note.

In this technical note the reader can learn description regarding extension, image, magnification ratio, magnification, system, pinhole, imaging, focus, case, telescope magnification, and optical measurement techniques. Below are chosen from the technical note:

This course on optical 2d-measurement technique has been created during the development of the telecentric lenses from Schneider-Kreuznach. First of all we had the idea to explain to the “non optics expert” the differencies between normal lenses and telecentric optical systems by introducing the laws of perspective (Chapter 2). But in the course of writing it became very soon evident that we had to deal with more then only explaining the laws of telecentric perspective. This because of various reasons: First of all there was a need to explain the relationship between the pure mathematical central projection (which is used in optical measurement technique in form of the “linear camera model” – originally developed in photogrammetry) and the ideal optical imaging by Gaussian Optics.

In addition, this technical note presents discussion such as aperture, telecentric, mathematical central projection, distance, angle, side telecentric systems, numerical aperture, function, component, light, and measurement.

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