transverse chromatic aberration

transverse chromatic aberration

[trans¦vərs krō′mad·ik ‚ab·ə′rā·shən]
(optics)
A departure of an optical image-forming system from ideal behavior in which different colors have conjugate image planes which are separated transversely.
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The effect first noted in 1885 (6) was also explained in the original study by Einthoven, by the slight interocular differences in transverse chromatic aberration.
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