Computational methods for aberration correction in simple lens imaging
Modern convex optimization approaches for aberration correction enable high-quality imaging with simple lens optics.
Improving imaging system design
A new system-level approach can be used to produce cameras with better detection range and reduced size, weight, power, and cost.
Generating light with control of polarization direction
Group III-nitride semiconductor quantum dots on elongated pyramids enable direct generation of light with controllable polarization for imaging and display applications.
Distortions to visual field expansion with high-power Fresnel prisms
Directing prism serration outward rather than eyeward results in wide field expansion and fewer spurious reflections for patients.
Controlling liquid crystal defects
A novel approach creates flower-shaped textures that can be used to grow lenses on curved surfaces.
A power stitching tool
Using a Fourier-based phase correlation method and progressively coalescing strongly connected components permits terabytes of optical microscopy data to be assembled correctly more rapidly than previously.