Photonics Dictionary


A defect in an optical system that prevents rays from reaching their intended destination; it can be caused by an undersized aperture, a baffle out of position, etc. In imaging applications, removing or adjusting elements of the image, such as color, to make the image conform to given boundary conditions.
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