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anyone here know a lot about optics? by Francis T
Started on: 01-12-2011 11:03 AM
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Last post by: avengador1 on 01-12-2011 05:01 PM
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I need to chat with someone a lil that has lots of knowledge with optics, like an engineer. BTW: It's not Fiero related.
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Define "a lot"...

I've built telescopes?

Designed light guides?

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By a lot I need someone that can look at very special lens-like design thing and tell me if it would function the way I hope it will, thus the engineer ref. Yeah Im being a lil vauge, I just dont want ot throw a drawing out there.
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I would suggest ray tracing it

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Originally posted by ryan.hess:

I would suggest ray tracing it


You can ask a company for a "sample" lens to see if it fits your application. Sometimes a lazer pointer and a white sheet of paper will tell you what you want to know.

I'm in the R&D department for a company that builds 3D stereo vision headsets. Also the primary installer/Maintenance for our microscopes and camera's. Not an engineer but i've pushed my way through quite a bit of lenses and applications of said lenses.
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