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Joint digital-optical design of complex lenses using surrogate image quality criterion adapted to commercial optical design software

Marie-Anne Burcklen
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Hervé Sauer
Frédéric Diaz
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François Goudail

Abstract

As classical optical design, joint digital-optical design of complex lenses requires skilled optical designer helped by powerful optical design software. Consequently, if optimization criteria have to be modified to take into account digital post-processing, the convenient optimization environment provided by commercial optical design software needs to be preserved. For that purpose, we define a joint-design criterion based on a merit function that contains terms classically implemented in optical design software but used in a non-standard way. After validation on a simple design problem, the proposed method is applied to the design of a very fast (f/0.75) complex lens. The obtained joint-designed lens is shown to be superior to a classically designed one in terms of weight and image quality in the field.
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hal-01925661 , version 1 (17-11-2018)

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Marie-Anne Burcklen, Hervé Sauer, Frédéric Diaz, François Goudail. Joint digital-optical design of complex lenses using surrogate image quality criterion adapted to commercial optical design software. Applied optics, 2018, 57 (30), pp.9005-9015. ⟨10.1364/AO.57.009005⟩. ⟨hal-01925661⟩
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