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Increased Compactness of an Imaging Spectrometer Enabled by Freeform Surfaces

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A freeform imaging spectrometer in the Offner-Chrisp geometry is demonstrated to be 5x more compact than one with traditional surfaces. Performance and manufacturability was analyzed using spectral full-field displays and a demonstration prototype was realized.

© 2017 Optical Society of America

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