Abstract

In a previous publication [Appl. Opt. 51, 7648 (2012)], two errors appeared in Fig. 14 and one error in text. These errors are corrected here.

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During submission process, the final version of Fig. 14 of [1] was inadvertently replaced by an older draft version with elements drawn on a different scale. The corrected figure is shown here.

 figure: Fig. 14.

Fig. 14. Comparison of two conventional wide-field lenses with a monocentric-waveguide lens. All have a 12 mm focal length, 120° field of view, and similar light collection, but the monocentric lens provides higher resolution in a compact volume. [CORRECTED]

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Also, on the page 7653, right column, second paragraph, the text listing the glass catalogs used should state “… Schott, Ohara, Sumita and Hoya…”.

These errors have no bearing on the result shown in the rest of the paper.

References

1. Igor Stamenov, Ilya P. Agurok, and Joseph E. Ford, “Optimization of two-glass monocentric lenses for compact panoramic imagers: general aberration analysis and specific designs,” Appl. Opt. 51, 7648–7661 (2012).

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  1. Igor Stamenov, Ilya P. Agurok, and Joseph E. Ford, “Optimization of two-glass monocentric lenses for compact panoramic imagers: general aberration analysis and specific designs,” Appl. Opt. 51, 7648–7661 (2012).

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Fig. 14.
Fig. 14. Comparison of two conventional wide-field lenses with a monocentric-waveguide lens. All have a 12 mm focal length, 120° field of view, and similar light collection, but the monocentric lens provides higher resolution in a compact volume. [CORRECTED]

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