Abstract

This work presents digital cameras that resemble, both structurally and functionally, apposition-type compound eyes of daylight insect. Hemispherical imagers with 180 artificial ommatidia yield 160 degree field of view and nearly infinite depth-of-field.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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