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  • 2015 Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics Pacific Rim
  • (Optica Publishing Group, 2015),
  • paper 26P_118

Optical and Optomechanical Design of Multiscale Gigapixel Camera System

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As reported in Nature journal, the super resolution gigapixel camera of Duke University was highlighted on June, 2012 from Wall Street Journal and mass media. According to the reports, Duke gigapixel camera system was developed with big grant for the purpose of military operation and surveillance under the supports of DARPA because of the needs of US military. And this gigapixel camera is expected to promote new big market in the area of national defense and vision technology in the near future. In this paper, optical structural study was first proceeded to make a sense of whole optical ray mechanism so that the lens system could be optimized effectively by utilizing the data from structural study. And we also studied optomechanical design for building whole camera system.

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