Wavefront sensors

Dec. 20, 1999
WaveScope uses the geometric Shack Hartmann technique to measure wavefront phase.

WaveScope uses the geometric Shack Hartmann technique to measure wavefront phase. It works at any wavelength, does not require a coherent monochromatic light source, and is insensitive to vibration. It fits into standard laboratory and industrial optical systems. It also measures beam intensity and the M2 of lasers and can derive control signals for deformable mirrors.
Adaptive Optics Associates, Cambridge, MA

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