catadioptric


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catadioptric

[‚kad·ə‚dī′äp·trik]
(optics)
Involving both reflection and refraction of light.
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These structures are known as catadioptric vision systems, and the raw information they provide is known as omnidirectional image.
[Design of a catadioptric sensor for an optimal observation of the driver and the road scene].
Owing to the advantage of one-shot seamless panoramic imaging, catadioptric omnidirectional imaging systems consisting of conventional cameras and curved mirrors for capturing 360[degrees] field of view are widely used in many vision applications, such as aerial photographic reconnaissance, intelligent transportation system, robot navigation, surveillance, medical applications, and video conferencing [1-5].
The WASP CNVD features a 70mm Catadioptric Lens System, and uses a LaRue Tactical LT105 Quick Detach Mount.
1) is similar--the prototype camera has a 20 cm catadioptric
The unique catadioptric optical system maintains excellent color fidelity in all environments.
In common with SCTs, Schmidt cameras brought light to a focus using a catadioptric combination of a refracting corrector plate followed by a spherical short-focal-length primary mirror.
A catadioptric lens sucks ambient light from near darkness and funnels it to an image-intensifier-tube photocathode.
This revision includes a new overview chapter on aberrations, a rewritten chapter on automatic lens design, and an expanded chapter on mirrors and catadioptric systems that incorporates a variety of newer systems, some with eccentric pupils.
Talks that day included Jim Hysom discussing a new type of catadioptric telescope and David Allen, a professional astronomer from Cambridge relating his recent observing trip to do infra-red astronomy with the 30-inch reflector of the Physics Department of the University of Minneapolis in Minnesota, USA.
Pedestrian recognition from a moving catadioptric camera.
Refracting and reflecting telescopes, as well as catadioptric telescopes that contain both mirrors and lenses, are optical telescopes.