microlens array

microlens array

[′mī·krō‚lenz ə‚rā]
(optics)
An array of very small lenses with diameters between 20 micrometers and 1 millimeter; used in a variety of applications, including integral photography, photocopying, facsimile, and high-speed parallel switching networks.
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Subject to receiving FDA clearance, which we anticipate by the end of this year, we plan to introduce a third upgradable wavelength for PicoSure: a 1064 nm laser delivery system for skin rejuvenation with the FOCUS(TM) microlens array.
Such a lens which has a microlens array to capture images--makes it possible to change the depth of field and focus point after the shutter is snapped.
Conceptually, the microlens array is a digital sensor in which each pixel has been replaced by a tiny camera.
Based on proprietary microlens array technology, the new LEOs direct light forward in a consistent beam, as opposed to the inefficient scattering of light that occurs with current conventional LEOs.
To construct the array of invisibility cloaks, a commercially available microlens array, containing all of the individual microlenses, was coated with a gold film.
Microlens array has been fabricated on photoresist layer using dif fraction effect of UV proximity printing (9).
The pocket-sized and low cost Smart Aberrometer uses a smartphone's flashlight and camera, combined with an add-on microlens array, to improve the way people get their vision evaluated.
For microlens arrays fabrication, many methods have been reported, including thermal reflow method (1-3), excimer laser ablation (4), excimer laser microdrilling and soft replica molding (5), microjet fabrication (6), gray-tone mask (7), hot embossing of plastic material on a microlens array mold (8), and polymer replication of microlens arrays by injection molding with nickel (Ni) mold, which is fabricated by the modified Lithographie Galvanoformung Abformung (LIGA) process (9), and low-cost, low-loss microlens fabricated by soft-lithography replication (10).
It features a new microlens array and a more efficient pixel structure for ultra-low noise, resulting in exceptional image quality and an amazing ISO range of 100 to 3200 with extensions to ISO 50 and a highly usable ISO 6400.
Features -- DM capable of achieving high spatial resolution shapes due to high actuator count and low inter-actuator coupling -- Shack-Hartmann wavefront sensor with high resolution CCD camera and high-quality microlens array -- Compact DM driver electronics with built-in high voltage power supply suitable for benchtop or OEM integration -- Real-time, high-precision wavefront measurement and correction -- Long operational lifetime Components Shack-Hartmann Wavefront Sensor
DMetrix has built a great foundation with its patented microlens array technology and its award winning product line of high throughput scanning systems," said Dr.