High resolution multichannel imaging systems

  title={High resolution multichannel imaging systems},
  author={Andreas Brauer and Andreas Bruckner and Frank Wippermann and Peter Dannberg and R. Leite},
  journal={17th Microopics Conference (MOC)},
Bio-inspired multichannel imaging systems bear the inherent advantage of shorter total track lengths compared to mono-channel imaging system. On the other hand, the attained resolution was rather poor up to now. In this paper we describe the realisation of a multichannel VGA camera. Sub-images are stitched together electronically in the so-called “electronic cluster eye” camera. Secondly, a close-up imaging system is shown, the “ultraflat microscope” achieving a resolution as high as 250 LP/mm… CONTINUE READING

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