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Wikipedia, A Enciclopedia Libre
Wikipedia, A Enciclopedia Libre

blits, acrnimo de ball lens in the space, un satlite artificial ruso lanzado o 17 de setembro de 2009 como carga secundaria a bordo dun foguete 

Imaging & Identification Of Malaria Parasites Using Cellphone
Imaging & Identification Of Malaria Parasites Using Cellphone

the microscope uses a glass ball as the objective and the phone camera as the tube lens. our optimization includes the optimal choice of the ball 

Lens), The Focal Length
Lens), The Focal Length

the focal length of an optical system is a measure of how strongly the system converges or diverges light; it is the inverse of the system's optical power.

Circle Of Confusion
Circle Of Confusion

in optics, a circle of confusion is an optical spot caused by a cone of light rays from a lens not coming to a perfect focus when imaging a point source. it is also 

Corrective Optics Space Telescope Axial
Corrective Optics Space Telescope Axial

the corrective optics space telescope axial replacement (costar) is an optical correction one potential option was to insert corrective optics, lenses or mirrors in the telescope tube between the primary mirror among the attendees was james h. crocker, a senior optical engineer at the ball aerospace corporation.

Solid Immersion Lens
Solid Immersion Lens

, the index of refraction of the material of the lens. weierstrass sil (superhemispherical sil or supersil): the height of the truncated sphere is 

Ray Transfer Matrix Analysis
Ray Transfer Matrix Analysis

definition of the ray transfer matrix[edit]. in ray transfer (abcd) matrix analysis, an optical element (here, a thick lens) gives a 

Understanding Ball Lenses
Understanding Ball Lenses

ball lenses are manufactured from a single substrate of glass and can focus or collimate light, depending upon the geometry of the input source. half-ball lenses 

Fresnel Lens Optical Landing System
Fresnel Lens Optical Landing System

an optical landing system (ols) (nicknamed 'meatball' or simply 'ball') is used to give glidepath information to pilots in the terminal phase of landing on an aircraft 

Ball Lenses, Focal Length
Ball Lenses, Focal Length

ball lenses are a special form of optical lenses with a spherical form. they are used particularly as micro-optical elements for fiber coupling and in some other 

FileBlits 300C Target.Gif
FileBlits 300C Target.Gif

english: blits ('ball lens in the space'). the blits nanosatellite was launched alongside the meteor-m(1) spacecraft into a sun-synchronous 800km polar 

History Of Optics
History Of Optics

optics began with the development of lenses by the ancient egyptians and mesopotamians, often used by monks to assist in illuminating manuscripts, these were primitive plano-convex lenses initially made by cutting a glass sphere in half.

File2 Ball Side.Jpg
File2 Ball Side.Jpg

file:2 ball side.jpg english: bobby lewis, the originator of the 2 ball drills for basketball, conducting a clinic. date, 21 lens focal length, 100 mm.

Radius Of Curvature (Optics)
Radius Of Curvature (Optics)

radius of curvature (roc) has specific meaning and sign convention in optical design. a spherical lens or mirror surface has a center of curvature located either 

Precision Glass Moulding
Precision Glass Moulding

precision glass moulding is a replicative process that allows the production of high precision optical components from glass without grinding and polishing. the process is also known as ultra-precision glass pressing. it is used to manufacture precision glass lenses for consumer products such geometry of a lens extends beyond the volume range of a formed ball preform 

Vision In Fish
Vision In Fish

vision is an important sensory system for most species of fish. fish eyes are similar to the eyes fish eyes have a more spherical lens than other terrestrial vertebrates. aquatic predation aquatic respiration bait ball bottom feeders cleaner fish corallivory diel vertical migration electric fish filter feeders forage 

FileBlits Satellite Scheme.Gif
FileBlits Satellite Scheme.Gif

english: a scheme illustrating how the blits ball lens retroreflector concept works. date, 11 march 2014. source, drawn using powerpoint. author, cricecio 

Total Internal Reflection
Total Internal Reflection

total internal reflection (tir) is the optical phenomenon when waves travelling in one medium in the catadioptric fresnel lens, invented by augustin-jean fresnel for use in lighthouses, the outer prisms use tir to deflect light from the lamp 

Aberrations Of The Eye
Aberrations Of The Eye

the eye, like any other optical system, suffers from a number of specific optical aberrations. for light to converge to a perfect point, the wavefront emerging from the optical system must be a perfect sphere centered on the image point. the accommodative response of the eye results in changes to the lens shape and 

Omnidirectional (360-Degree) Camera
Omnidirectional (360-Degree) Camera

in photography, an omnidirectional camera (from 'omni', meaning all), also known as 360-degree camera, is a camera having a field of view that covers approximately the entire sphere or at least a full circle in the horizontal plane. 360-degree cameras with two lenses are probably the most common type, as they can 

Bausch & Lomb
Bausch & Lomb

bausch lomb is an eye health products company based in laval, quebec, canada. it is one of the world's largest suppliers of contact lenses, lens care 

Deep Lens Survey
Deep Lens Survey

this is a dissociative galaxy cluster merger with a large separation between the baryonic and dark matter components. musket ball cluster. references[edit].

Stanhope (Optical Bijou)
Stanhope (Optical Bijou)

stanhope ball. the viewing lens cylinder is located at the smaller diameter opening. a stanhope featuring the city of ilmenau, germany with the photographs contained inside it. stanhopes or stanho-scopes are optical devices that enable the viewing of microphotographs 

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