|| List of recent Lenses-related patents
| Generation method, design method, manufacturing method of optical system, and storage medium|
The present invention provides a generation method of generating, by a computer, initial data to be used when designing an optical system in which a plurality of lenses are arranged in an optical axis direction, wherein in an optical system model in which a thickness of each lens and intervals between the plurality of lenses are set to 0, letting m be the number of lenses, r2i-1 and r2i be curvature radii of two surfaces of an ith lens, respectively, and i1 and i2 be a first index and a second index, respectively, the curvature radii of each lens are generated as the initial data to meet a condition represented by an inequality.. .
| Annular keratopigmentation systems and methods of vision correction of presbyopic eyes|
Systems, devices, and methods for correcting presbyopic vision create a dye ring in the cornea. The intrastromal ring is created using a femtosecond laser and is centered on the visual axis.
| Multi-screen personal communication device|
The invention is a portable communication device having a primary display screen and one or more auxiliary display screens, which may be folded into the body of the device when not required by the user so as to retain the convenient size expected of a hand-held device. The screens are rotatably attached to the body of the device in a manner that does not obscure the primary display screen, so that the user need not deploy them unless needed.
| Optical article including an antireflection coating having improved crack-resistance properties under mechanical stress|
The invention relates to an optical article including a transparent organic glass substrate, a primary coating including polyurethane and particulate silica, an abrasion-resistant coating, and an antireflection coating, said coatings, and in particular the antireflection coating, having improved crack resistance when the optical article is subjected to high amounts of mechanical stress, e.g., during edge-grinding and the mounting of lenses in eyeglass frames. The invention also relates to a method for manufacturing such an article..
| Fiber optic modules having a fiber tray, optical-to-optical fiber optic connectors, and methods thereof|
Fiber optic modules, fiber optic connectors, and methods are disclosed. In one embodiment, a fiber optic module includes a body and a fiber tray.
| Imaging lens and imaging apparatus|
An imaging lens substantially consists of five lenses of a first lens having a meniscus shape with its convex surface facing an object side and negative refractive power, a second lens having negative refractive power, and the image-side surface of which has a convex shape facing an image side in the vicinity of an optical axis, a third lens having positive refractive power, a stop, a fourth lens having positive refractive power, and a fifth lens having negative refractive power. At least one of the surfaces of the first lens through the fifth lens is aspherical.
| Projection lens unit for pico-projector|
A 1st lens with negative (−) refractive power, a 2nd lens with positive (+) refractive power, a 3rd lens with negative (−) refractive power, a 4th lens with negative (−) refractive power, and a 5th lens with positive (+) refractive power, wherein the 1st to 5th lenses are arranged in order from a screen upon which an image is projected, the 1st to 4th lenses are plastic lenses and the 5th lens is a glass lens.. .
| Electronic eyeglass frame|
The present invention generally relates to integrating electronic components into an electro-active frame for driving electro-active focusing lenses. This is accomplished in a cosmetically pleasing manner that allows a platform of frame systems to be built from a single electronic module.
| Color restrictive eyeglasses|
Embodiments are disclosed to provide for simulating the vision of animals. One embodiment is eyeglasses that simulate the vision of animals from a color perspective.
| Lenses, devices, methods and systems for refractive error|
The present disclosure is directed to lenses, devices, methods and/or systems for addressing refractive error. Certain embodiments are directed to changing or controlling the wavefront of the light entering a human eye.
| Focus detecting apparatus, lens apparatus including the same, image pickup apparatus, and method of detecting defocus amount|
A focus detector, which detects a defocus amount from a displacement amount between images formed by a pair of light beams split from an image pickup system so as to pass through a pair of pupil regions, includes a pair of lenses and phase difference sensors, a memory unit for storing an image displacement amount between the image signals on the phase difference sensors in an in-focus state, a waveform read out controller for setting pixels to be calculated for the phase difference sensors, respectively, based on the image displacement amount, a correlation calculator for calculating a correlation amount between the image signals from the pixels to be calculated, a waveform degree-of-conformity calculator for calculating a waveform degree-of-conformity based on the image signals obtained from the pixels to be calculated, and a defocus calculator for calculating the defocus amount based on the correlation amount and the waveform degree-of-conformity.. .
| Imaging adapter head for personal imaging devices|
Some embodiments of an imaging adapter head are provided. The imaging adapter head can include a sensor module configured to detect levels of electromagnetic radiation within a field of view and output a corresponding digital or analog video signal.
| Systems and methods for lens characterization|
Methods and systems for analyzing camera lenses and presenting information regarding camera lenses performance are described. An interactive user interface is provided over a network for display on a user terminal by a computer system.
| High speed autofocus system|
A method and apparatus for optimizing high-speed optical inspection of parts using intelligent image analysis to determine optimal focus using high numerical aperture (na) optics, achieve a superior signal-to-noise ratio, resolution, and inspection speed performance with very limited depth of field lenses.. .
| Rotatable stereoscopic methodology, system, device, and display viewable in both portrait and landscape modes|
A stereoscopic display system includes an image display panel, a means to polarize light so as to present two patterns of images whose polarization direction differ by approximately 90 degrees, and a means to change the relationship of image to polarization direction pattern. The images may be perceived as a stereoscopic image by viewing them through glasses having polarizing directions which differ by approximately 90 degrees.
|Actinically-crosslinkable siloxane-containing copolymers|
The invention provide a class of actinically-crosslinkable silicone-containing prepolymers obtained by functionalizing an intermediary copolymer to have two or more thiol or ethylenically-unsaturated groups covalently attached thereto, wherein the intermediary copolymer is an atom-transfer radical polymerization (atrp) product of a reactive mixture comprising a polysiloxane atrp macroinitiator and at least one hydrophilic vinylic monomer. The present invention is also related to silicone hydrogel contact lenses made from a prepolymer of the invention and methods for making the contact lenses in a cost-effective way and with high consistency and high fidelity to the original lens design..
|Optical transmission system|
An optical transmission system includes a lens wafer to couple light into an optical transmission medium. The lens wafer includes a set of collimating lenses on a first side of the lens wafer, the collimating lenses to collimate beams of light from a plurality of light sources.
|Compact optical package made with planar structures|
A device structure and system for connecting optical waveguides to optical transmit and receive components is described. The structure is made of two parts.
|Fiber trays, fiber optical modules, and methods of processing optical fibers|
Fiber trays and fiber optic modules and assemblies using the same are disclosed, wherein optical fibers are secured to a fiber tray that is then secured to a body of the fiber module. The body defines a plurality of lenses that reflect light using a total-internal-reflection surface to direct light to active optical components.
|Imaging lens and imaging apparatus including the imaging lens|
An imaging lens substantially consists of five lenses of an aspheric first lens having a convex surface facing an object side and positive refractive power, an aspheric second lens having a concave surface facing the object side and negative refractive power, an aspheric third lens having a meniscus shape in which its object-side surface is convex toward the object side, and positive refractive power, an aspheric fourth lens having negative refractive power and a fifth lens having a convex surface facing the object side and positive refractive power, which are in this order from the object side. Further, the imaging lens satisfies predetermined conditional formulas..
|Stabilization of contact lenses|
Contact lens designs are provided with improved stabilization wherein the moments of momentum are balanced.. .
|Pupil-only photochromic contact lenses displaying desirable optics and comfort|
A method for making a hydrogel, photochromic contact lens including supplying a first lens composition comprising a contact lens monomer and a photochromic material to a front contact lens mold and supplying a second lens composition to said contact lens mold wherein the viscosity of said first composition is at least about 1000 cp greater than the viscosity of said second contact lens composition, and the makeup of said second composition matches the of said first composition to reduce strain between said compositions of the resulting lens.. .
A pair of eyeglasses includes a frame, two lenses, two temples, two push devices and two fixing elements. The frame has two lens-holding portions, to which the lens are respectively disposed.
|Image capturing device and image capturing system|
An image capturing device and an image capturing system are provided. The image capturing device includes an optical system that focuses lights from an object to generate optical information, a filter provided near a diaphragm position of the optical system, the filter having a plurality of types of spectral characteristics, a sensor that converts the optical information of the object to electronic data, the sensor providing a plurality of spectral transmittance values that sequentially and spatially change, and a lens array having a plurality of lenses being arranged in substantially parallel in a direction of a two-dimensional surface of the sensor..
|Three-dimensional viewing system|
A three-dimensional viewing system includes a television having an electric circuit provided therein for the generation of alternating left-eye image and right-eye image on a screen, a micro controller unit provided inside the television and configured to extract a vertical synchronizing signal therefrom, a signal transmitting system for directly transmitting the vertical synchronizing signal to a pair of three-dimensional shutter glasses to be worn by the viewer in front of the television. The shutter glasses include left and right liquid crystal shutter lenses adapted to receive the vertical synchronizing signal and produce alternating transparency and opacity of the left and right shutter lenses.
|Imaging device having light field image sensor|
A method of imaging a target object with an imaging reader. The method includes the following: (1) detecting light from the target object through a lens arrangement with an image sensor to generate light-field data; (2) generating a stream of image data including image data representing an expected in-focus image of the target object, and (3) processing the expected in-focus image of the target object to decode a barcode on the target object.
|Detail-in-context lenses for interacting with bjects in digital image presenations|
Methods for initiating an electronic shopping transaction, for initiating a control operation for a user-selectable video game character, for emphasizing an advertisement in a computer generated display, and for presenting multiple guis in desktop user interfaces using detail-in-context graphical distortions. The method for initiating an electronic shopping transaction, for a user-selectable item presented in a computer generated original image on a display, comprising: receiving a selection signal for the item from a user; distorting the original image to produce a distorted region for the item to provide the user with detailed information for the item; and, receiving a purchase signal for the item from the user..
|Intraocular lens and method|
Novel intraocular lenses comprising at least one haptic having a shape memory alloy with a transition temperature substantially higher than the human body temperature, the shape memory alloy being post-surgically, selectively adjustable with a laser beam.. .
|L-histidine in ophthalmic solutions|
The invention relates to an aqueous ophthalmic solution comprising 0.00001 to about 10.0 percent by weight l-histidine, 0.0001 to 3.0 percent by weight hydrogen peroxide, and optionally 0.1 to 500 parts per million of a preservative that provides superior preservative efficacy especially as against fungal microbes. These solutions may be employed in various ways including cleaning contact lenses, rinsing lenses while in the eye, storing lenses and in delivering active pharmaceutical agents to the eye..
|Led low profile linear front fog module|
A fog lamp for a vehicle is disclosed. Light leaving an led is collected by a refractive/tir lens.
|Imaging lens and imaging apparatus|
An imaging lens consists of a first-lens having a meniscus-shape with its convex-surface facing an object-side and negative-refractive-power and second through fifth lenses, at least one of the surfaces of each of which is aspherical. An image-side surface of the second-lens has a concave-shape facing an image-side.
|Optical zoom probe|
An optical zoom probe is provided. The optical zoom probe includes: an aperture adjuster which adjusts an aperture through which light which is transmitted by a light transmitter propagates; and a focus adjuster which focuses light that propagates through the aperture and which includes first and second liquid lenses for each of which respective curvatures are independently controlled so as to adjust a respective focal length..
|Electro-optical anti-glare device comprising plano lenses|
Electro-optical glare protection device comprising a liquid crystal (lcd) and an electronic control circuit (75) for controlling same, whereby a plane-parallel liquid crystal cell (lcd) is joint face to have at least on one side with a plane lens (33, 34, 37, 33, 42, 43, 46, 47, 52, 53, 56, 57) in order to form a neutral lens (31, 35) or an ophthalmic lens (41, 45, 51, 55) and in particular a multi-focal or progressive lens. This electro-optical glare protection device is preferably operated in a “normally-black” mode and comprises a wearing-switch (78) which detects whether the anti-glare device is worn or if it is pushed aside or put aside..
|Control device for variable focus lenses, control method for variable focus lenses, and electronic glasses|
A control device (4) controls a varifocal lens (2) having a first substrate (20), a second substrate (22) facing the first substrate (20), and a varifocal component (14) disposed between the first substrate (20) and the second substrate (22). When an off signal is inputted to the varifocal component (14), the control device (4) stops applying voltage to the varifocal component (14), then applies voltage for a specific length of time, and finally stops the voltage.
The present invention relates to a camera module, the camera module including a pcb (printed circuit board) formed with an image sensor, a holder formed at an upper surface of the pcb and mounted therein with at least one or more lenses, an actuator positioned at the holder, and an electronic circuit pattern layer formed on the holder.. .
|Solid-state imaging apparatus, manufacturing method for the same, and electronic apparatus|
A solid-state imaging apparatus includes a semiconductor substrate, an upper layer film, and on-chip lenses. On the semiconductor substrate, a plurality of pixels are formed.
|Light blocking structure in leadframe|
A semiconductor proximity sensor (100) has a flat leadframe (110) with a first (110a) and a second (110b) surface, the second surface being solderable; the leadframe includes a first (111) and a second (112) pad, a plurality of leads (113, 114), and fingers (115, 118) framing the first pad, the fingers spaced from the first pad by a gap (116) which is filled with a clear molding compound. A light-emitting diode (led) chip (120) is assembled on the first pad and encapsulated by a first volume (140) of the clear compound, the first volume outlined as a first lens (141).
|Image sensor, image capturing apparatus, and forming method|
An image sensor comprising a plurality of pixels, each of at least part of the plurality of pixels comprises: a plurality of photoelectric conversion parts; a microlens; and a plurality of interlayer lenses formed between the plurality of photoelectric conversion parts and the microlens and integrally formed to correspond to the plurality of photoelectric conversion parts. The plurality of interlayer lenses cause light incident on the plurality of interlayer lenses to enter the corresponding plurality of photoelectric conversion parts..
|Facilitation of tear sample collection and testing using a contact lens|
Apparatus, systems and methods are provided that employ contact lenses that facilitate testing for an analyte present within tear fluid. In an aspect, a contact lens includes a substrate that forms at least part of a body of the contact lens and one or more cavities disposed within the substrate configured to collect and store tear fluid over time when the contact lens is worn over an eye.
|Wafer level bonding method for fabricating wafer level camera lenses|
A wafer-level bonding method for fabricating wafer level camera lenses is disclosed. The method includes: providing a lens wafer including lenses arranged in an array and a sensor wafer including sensors arranged in an array; measuring and analyzing an ffl of each lens to obtain a corresponding ffl compensation value for each lens; forming a thin transparent film (ttf) on each sensor of the sensor wafer, and the thickness of ttf is determined by the ffl compensation value of the corresponding lens; aligning and bonding the lens wafer with the sensor wafer having ttfs formed thereon.
|In-vitro contact lens testing|
Contact lens testing apparatuses and method for testing contact lenses for analytes are presented. In an aspect, a device is provided that includes a housing configured to hold one or more contact lenses, and a testing compartment provided within the housing and comprising a reagent, the reagent configured to facilitate a chemical reaction in response to the existence of a predetermined biomarker disposed on or within a contact lens placed in the testing compartment, wherein the chemical reaction produces a known result related to state information of an individual from which the biomarker was generated..
|Optical coupling system, an optical communications module that incorporates the optical coupling system, and a method of using the optical coupling system|
An optical coupling system is provided that includes a unitary, or integrally-formed, optical body having lenses formed on its lower end and a diffractive grating formed on its upper end. The unitary optical body is made of a material that is transparent to an operating wavelength of light.
|Light, especially headlights|
The invention refers to a light, especially a spotlight (6, 16) as lighting source in the application area of budding monitoring, with at least one closed housing (7, 7a, 7b), in which there are at least one light emitting diode (2) arranged on a circuit board (1), a converging lens (3) assigned to one of each aforesaid light emitting diodes (2) and at least one dispersing lens (4, 4, 4″) that can be assigned to one of each aforementioned light emitting diodes (2), in which case every one of the converging lenses (3) collects the emitted light of the light emitting diode (2) assigned to it and directs it to one dispersing lens assigned to one of these light emitting diodes (2) in case of need, in which case this dispersing lens (4, 4′, 4″) emits the light it absorbed into a distant field (f), and in which case the ad hoc assignment of the dispersing lens (4, 4′, 4″) is made possible with closed housing (7, 7a, 7b).. .
|Microlens array film and display device including the same|
Provided are a microlens array film and a display device including the same. The microlens array film includes a first transparent electrode and a second transparent electrode facing each other and a flexible polymer layer placed between the first and the second transparent electrodes.
|Image display sheet|
An object is to provide an image display sheet provided for position detection of an object to be observed so as to realize a smooth pseudo moving image. The image display sheet is provided for an object 3000 to be observed for position detection and constituted by laminating a lenticular sheet composed of arrangement of a plurality of cylindrical lenses and an image forming layer, and an image formed on the image forming layer from a convex shape side of the cylindrical lenses of the lenticular sheet is formed to be observable as virtual image provided with movement, or movement and deformation.
|Contact lens having a chip integrated into a polymer substrate and method of manufacture|
Contact lenses and methods of manufacture are provided. In one aspect, a method includes: positioning components in predefined locations on a first surface; applying pressure on the components employing a second surface; providing molten material between the first surface and the second surface and around the components; embedding the components in a substrate by cooling the molten material and causing the molten material to harden, the substrate being a substantially solid form of molten material; and removing the first surface and the second surface after embedding the components in the substrate.
|Two dimension/three dimension switchable liquid crystal lens assembly|
The present invention discloses a 2d/3d switchable liquid crystal lens assembly. The liquid crystal lens assembly from an emitting surface to an incident surface sequentially includes a plurality of adjacently arranged elongated convex lenses, a first transparent substrate, a second transparent substrate, a plurality of electrodes disposed on the second transparent substrate, and a liquid crystal layer sandwiched between the first and second transparent substrates.
|Backside illuminated image sensor pixels with dark field microlenses|
A backside illuminated image sensor with an array of image sensor pixels is provided. Each image pixel may include a photodiode and associated pixel circuits formed in a front surface of a semiconductor substrate.
|Optical scanning apparatus, system and method|
An optical scanning apparatus, a system and a method of optical scanning independently determine illumination spot size and spacing. The apparatus includes an array of optical emitters to provide a plurality of optical beams and a plurality of microlenses to receive the optical beams.
|System for forming and modifying lenses and lenses formed thereby|
A lens for placement in a human eye, such as intraocular lens, has at least some of its optical properties formed with a laser. The laser forms modified loci in the lens when the modified loci have a different refractive index than the refractive index of the material before modification.
An imaging apparatus comprising an optically transmissive first substrate which includes a first surface, a plurality of lenses which oppose the first surface and focus incident light from the opposite side to the first substrate, a light emitting layer on a surface of the first surface, and a plurality of light receiving elements which are arranged on the opposite side to the plurality of lenses so as to interpose the first substrate.. .
|Injection molded microoptics|
A wafer-scale apparatus and method is described for the automation of forming, aligning and attaching two-dimensional arrays of microoptic elements on semiconductor and other image display devices, backplanes, optoelectronic boards, and integrated optical systems. In an ordered fabrication sequence, a mold plate comprised of optically designed cavities is formed by reactive ion etching or alternative processes, optionally coated with a release material layer and filled with optically specified materials by an automated fluid-injection and defect-inspection subsystem.
|Scanning electron microscope|
A scanning electron microscope has a first condenser lens (121) having a lens gap (121a) facing toward an electron source (50) and a second condenser lens (122) having a lens gap (122a) facing toward an objective lens (13). The first and second condenser lenses are disposed between the electron source (50) and the objective lens (13).
|Optical-quality cover for use with an optical coupling system, and an optical communications module that incorporates the optical-quality cover|
In an optical communications module, an optical-quality (o-q) cover is provided for use with an optical coupling system for protecting a diffractive grating of the optical coupling system from environmental contamination. In accordance with illustrative embodiments, the o-q cover is used with an optical coupling system that includes a unitary, or integrally-formed, optical body having lenses formed on its lower end and a diffractive grating formed on its upper end.
|Method for designing, evaluating and optimizing ophthalmic lenses and laser vision correction|
The present invention relates generally to lens design and, more particularly, to a method for designing, evaluating and optimizing ophthalmic lenses and laser vision correction in order to optimally manage issues resulting from, or related to, halos.. .
|Endoscope tip part and endoscope|
An endoscope tip part has impact resistance even when applied to a thin endoscope, and the light distribution characteristics thereof can be improved even at a wide angle of view. An endoscope tip part includes a tip part main body that is attached to the tip of an insertion section of an endoscope and a positive-power transparent-plastic tip lens that is integrated with the tip part main body through two-color molding.
|Hydrophilized antimicrobial polymers|
A bactericidal or antimicrobial polymeric composition includes a hydrophilic first comonomer copolymerized to a second comonomer to produce a polymeric composition that is more hydrophilic or more bactericidal or antimicrobial in an aqueous solution than either of the comonomers alone. Methods for identifying bactericidal or antimicrobial polymers, methods for rendering materials bactericidal or antimicrobial, and methods for using bactericidal or antimicrobial compositions to kill or reduce bacterial or microbial growth are also described.
|Method for fabricating optical micro structure and applications thereof|
A method for fabricating an image sensor, wherein the method comprises steps as follows: firstly, a transparent substrate is formed on a working substrate. Pluralities of micro lens are formed in the transparent substrate, wherein the lenses have a refraction ratio differing from that of the transparent substrate.
|Universal underwater enclosure for cameras and camcorders|
A universal underwater enclosure has a spherical shell having a hollow in which a camera, camcorder, or other device can be inserted, a lens attached to the shell that can be opened to insert a device, and glove assemblies extending into the hollow for manipulation of a device placed therein. The glove assemblies have fingers and not full gloves, reducing the dimensions of the enclosure—thereby minimizing buoyancy.
|Engineered light distribution led light bulbs|
Led light bulbs especially suited for use in table lamps or floor lamps with lamp shades. The led light bulbs include optics which provide more limited but more uniform illumination of the lamp shade and provide more uniform illumination through the top and bottom apertures of the lamp shade.
|Led optical assembly|
An led optical assembly includes a linear array of leds, longitudinal reflecting surfaces along each side of the array and medial reflecting surfaces between the leds. The medial reflecting surfaces are configured to redirect light oriented along the linear array into directions that will contribute to a light emission pattern from a warning, signaling or illumination light employing the led optical assembly.
|Lenses and light engine units for light fixtures|
Embodiments of the present invention provide light fixtures having lenses and light engine units for use therein. To mimic the size and appearance of fluorescent bulbs in existing fixtures, leds are may be arranged on light bars or mount surfaces with integrated lenses to diffuse the light and shape the output beam.
|Led retrofit lens for fluorescent tube|
Light fixtures having light bar elements therein. In order to mimic the size and appearance of fluorescent bulbs in existing troffer-style and surface-mount fixtures, leds are may be arranged on light bars with integrated lenses to both diffuse the light and shape the output beam.
|Lens module having opaque adhesive members|
A lens module includes a lens barrel, a first lens, a second lens, a first opaque adhesive member, and a second opaque adhesive member. The first lens is received in the lens barrel and includes a first image-side surface and a first object-side surface.
|Imaging lens, imaging apparatus, and information device|
An imaging lens includes a plurality of lenses, wherein a surface on an image side of a lens on an object side and a surface on the object side of a lens on the image side of two lenses arranged adjacently and separately from each other face each other across an air space, the air space is termed an air lens, a shape of the air lens is defined such that the surface on the image side of the lens on the object side is taken as a surface on the object side of the air lens and the surface on the object side of the lens on the image side is taken as a surface on the image side of the air lens, and an air lens positioned on a most object side and an air lens positioned on a most image side each have a biconvex shape.. .
|Imaging lens and imaging apparatus including the imaging lens|
An imaging lens substantially consists of five lenses of a first lens having positive-power and a meniscus shape with its convex surface facing an object side, and at least one of the surfaces of which is aspherical, a second lens having negative-power and a concave surface facing an image side, and at least one of the surfaces of which is aspherical, a third lens having negative-power and a convex surface facing the object side, and at least one of the surfaces of which is aspherical, a fourth lens having positive-power and a convex surface facing the object side, and at least one of the surfaces of which is aspherical, and a fifth lens having negative-power and a concave surface facing the image side, and at least one of the surfaces of which is aspherical, which are in this order from the object side. A predetermined formula is satisfied..
|Zoom lens and photographing apparatus having the same|
A zoom lens includes: a first lens group having a positive refractive power and including a plurality of lenses, a second lens group having a negative refractive power, a third lens group having a positive refractive power, a fourth lens group having a negative refractive power and including one lens, and a fifth lens group having a positive refractive power and including one lens. The first through fifth lens groups are subsequently arranged from an object side.
|Smartphone lens assembly|
A lens assembly for a smartphone and a method of use is disclosed. In a first aspect, a lens assembly comprises a rotatable wheel; wherein the wheel includes at least two lenses.
An optical module includes an interferometer having at least two optical exit ends; an optoelectronic converting element having at least two light-receiving surfaces; and plural lenses that are disposed between the interferometer and the optoelectronic converting element, that optically couple light exiting from the interferometer with two light-receiving surfaces of the optoelectronic converting element. The lenses are disposed having focal distances and a distance therebetween that reduce positional displacement on the two light-receiving surfaces of the optoelectronic converting element, the positional displacement being generated at each of the two optical exit ends of the interferometer..
|Receptor and lock for glasses with removable lenses|
A glasses structure that receives a variety of lens element types including full-frame, half-frame and frameless lens elements. A temple that receives a connector on the lens element includes a kerf-like slotted spring lock, that releases under pressure to allow the insertion of the lens element and once inserted, provides sufficient force to retain the lens element in position even during athletic activity.
|Imaging systems with high dielectric constant barrier layer|
An imaging system may include a camera module with an image sensor having an array of image sensor pixels. The image sensor may include a substrate having an array of photodiodes, an array of microlenses formed over the array of photodiodes, an array of color filter elements interposed between the array of microlenses and the array of photodiodes, and a barrier layer interposed between the array of color filter elements and the array of photodiodes.
|Autostereoscopic display device|
A lenticular lens based autostereoscopic display arrangement uses a display arrangement such as an emissive display arrangement or a reflective display arrangement. The interface between adjacent lenticular lenses (49) is interrupted by a light shielding arrangement (50), which extends at least from the lens surface at the interface into the lens structure, thereby providing a shield extending beneath the lens surface.
|Light field image capture device and image sensor|
An image sensor 2 includes: a photoelectric conversion layer 1d including a plurality of photosensitive cells; a reflective layer 1c that reflects light that has been transmitted through the photoelectric conversion layer 1d; a micro lens layer 1a that includes a plurality of micro lenses that are arranged between the photoelectric conversion layer 1d and the reflective layer 1c; and a transmitted light controlling layer 1b that is arranged between the photoelectric conversion layer 1d and the reflective layer 1c and that is able to change optical transmittance in accordance with an instruction given by a controller. The micro lens layer 1a is arranged so that light that has been transmitted through one of the photosensitive cells and then reflected from the reflective layer 1c is incident on the same photosensitive cell again..
In one example, a drop detector includes a light source for illuminating drops passing through a drop zone, multiple light detectors near the light source for detecting light scattered off drops passing through the drop zone, and multiple lenses each configured to focus light from the drop zone on one of the light detectors. In one example, each light detector is arranged in the same plane with all of the other light detectors.