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lensless

(ˈlɛnzləs)
adj
not having a lens or lenses
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That ball would certainly have impacted my eyeball if I'd been wearing lensless guards.
The advantage is that the additional components needed for conventional OCT can be compensated numerically with a computer, making lensless imaging by reconstruction of the scattered waves possible.
The imaging platform is called LUCAS (Lensless Ultra-wide-field Cell monitoring Array platform based on Shadow imaging).
On April 29, take a photo with a lensless camera and upload the picture to http://pinholeday.org/.
3) Lensless Camera Captures Highly Detailed 3D Images
Rodenburg, "Movable aperture lensless transmission microscopy: A novel phase retrieval algorithm," Physical Review Letters, vol.
Ai, "On-demand lensless single cell imaging activated by differential resistive pulse sensing," Analytical Chemistry, vol.
Double random-phase encoding in the Fresnel domain was proposed in 2004, and the encryption method is more flexible and compact because it is lensless and has higher security [26].
Last year, Hajimiri's team rolled out a one-dimensional version of the camera that was capable of detecting images in a line, such that it acted like a lensless barcode reader but with no mechanically moving parts.
Digital lensless holographic microscopy and applications
Figure: Principle of newly developed lensless camera technology