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Combinations of generalized lenses the satisfy the edge-imaging condition of transformation optics


TYC Tomáš BĚLÍN Jakub OXBURGH Stephen WHITE Chris D. COWIE Euan N. COURTIAL Johannes

Year of publication 2020
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Journal of the Optical Society of America A
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Faculty of Science

Description We recently introduced the edge-imaging condition, a necessary condition for all generalized lenses (glenses) U. Opt. Soc. Am. A 33, 962 (2016)] in a ray-optical transformation-optics (RTO) device that share a common edge [Opt. Express 26, 17872 (2018)]. The edge-imaging condition states that, in combination, such glenses must image every point to itself. Here we begin the process of building up a library of combinations of glenses that satisfy the edge-imaging condition, starting with all relevant combinations of up to three glenses. As it grows, this library should become increasingly useful when constructing lens-based RTO devices.

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