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  1. T. H. Nilsson, T. M. Nelson, Vision Res. 11, 697 (1971).
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T. H. Nilsson, T. M. Nelson, Vision Res. 11, 697 (1971).
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Nelson, T. M.

T. H. Nilsson, T. M. Nelson, Vision Res. 11, 697 (1971).
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Nilsson, T. H.

T. H. Nilsson, T. M. Nelson, Vision Res. 11, 697 (1971).
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T. H. Nilsson, T. M. Nelson, Vision Res. 11, 697 (1971).
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Fig. 1
Fig. 1

Top view schematic illustrating how opposite rotations of the upper pair of flats produce no spectrum shift but maintain an optical path equivalent to that in the lower pair of flats, which rotate in the same direction to produce a spectrum shift.

Fig. 2
Fig. 2

A three-dimensional view of the spectral shift device.

Fig. 3
Fig. 3

A side view cross section of the spectral shift device showing details of gear drive.

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