Abstract

Planar Fourier Capture Arrays (PFCAs) are imaging devices made from unmodified CMOS Angle-Sensitive Pixels (ASPs). PFCAs require no external imaging optics to photograph distant objects. Here, we explore PFCAs miniaturization in two analyses. First, we show an efficient method of tiling Fourier space with ASPs. Second, we show that the area of an optimally-tiled PFCA scales as the square of the effective number of pixels.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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