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EO Imaging Lab 2.2: Telecentricity

Telecentricity is an optical principle in lens design that is utilized to guarantee good measurements in gauging applications. Telecentric lenses utilize a unique optical design concept to maintain constant magnification over a specific field of view and working distance in order to minimize perspective error. Join Gregory Hollows, Director of Machine Vision Solutions, as he compares standard imaging lenses to telecentric lenses in three distinct imaging examples in order to illustrate the importance of using the correct imaging optics and optical principles to obtain the best measurements.

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