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Please double click on the image to the left to load the PDF with the pattern. 381”. Surpass the diffraction limit of camera by a factor that sufficiently exceeds 2. 45”. 8.5”. 11”. Proof-of-Concept Experiment for Optics Express paper. X. Y. Raw image seen by camera 211 rows, 161 columns.

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Please double click on the image to the left to load the PDF with the pattern

381”

Surpass the diffraction limit of camera by a factor that sufficiently exceeds 2

45”

8.5”

11”

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Proof-of-Concept Experiment for Optics Express paper

X

Y

Raw image seen by camera

211 rows, 161 columns

16mm

1400 x 1050

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381”

Please double click on the above images to load the PDF with the patterns

Surpass the diffraction limit of camera by a factor that exceeds 2

45”

8.5”

22”

proof of concept experiment for optics express paper

X

Y

Raw image seen by camera

151 rows, 415 columns

Proof-of-Concept Experiment for Optics Express paper

16mm

1400 x 1050

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Images displayed here are subject to linear contrast stretching for display purposes

The tilted orientation of the fringe pattern suggests an in-plane rotation between the target and the projected image