Welcome to Unit 2 of the course, Designing an Optimal Digital Imaging System.
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Dr. Chi Thai and Mr. John Martin
What can a digital imaging system do?
(Click on the robot)
Spectroscopy of vegetables to detect disease (Dr. Thai's research)
Digital libraries - viewing documents over the web
Virtual museums - viewing real art over the web
Virtual human body - Realplayer "melt-through" of the human body
Satellite images of the world - That's actually John Martin's house!
Operating robots in hazardous locations
There are thousands more uses...create your own!
In this course, you will be able to create your own digital imaging system that suits your purposes.
In this lesson, you will select a lens for a given digital imaging system by calculating the focal length needed for the system.
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