Information Optics and Joint Fourier Transform for Image Recognition
Understand fundamental principles of joint Fourier transform and image recognition
Familiarize with spatial light modulator
Learn to construct coherent optical information processing system
Learn to assemble and test M-Z interferometric system
Information analysis and processing are an important part in information optics. It is becoming an urgent challenge to rapidly search and analyze desired information from mass information. Joint Fourier transform is an image recognition technique with high information throughput, fast processing speed, and accurate recognition capability. It has been successfully applied to many fields. Through this system, users can understand the basic principle of Fourier image recognition, familiarize with the construction of a Fourier image recognizing system, and expand the system for more advanced research applications.
>1.5 mW @ 632.8 nm
Image Acquisition Range
1/3", 420 TV Lines, 0.2 Lux
1024 × 768
60 mm (dia), f = 300 mm
AC Power Voltage
110/220 V, 50/60 Hz
This experimental system should be operated under weak ambient light.