Abstract

Flexibility is desirable in optical systems for transfer, processing, and display of pictorial information. Two important operations in this respect are image rotation and magnification. Simple means for their realization by one single system are discussed. Experimental verifications using diffractive and refractive elements are described.

© 1980 Optical Society of America

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