Abstract

Systems for measuring the angular displacements of objects are widely used for monitoring the relative position of objects when solving measurement problems in industry, science, and engineering. A drawback of existing systems is that it is impossible to measure the collimation angles. It is promising to construct a measurement system based on the phenomenon of anamorphosis. The authors propose an anamorphic measurement system that makes it possible to measure all three angular coordinates of an object under test.

© 2009 Optical Society of America

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