Further Reading

Most of the basic lens and optical system concepts are covered in introductory university physics texts. For more advanced coverage, especially lens aberrations, see the classic optical engineering text: [303]. A convenient guide that quickly covers the geometry of optics is [105]. Thorough coverage of optical systems that utilize electronics, lasers, and MEMS, is given in [158]. This provides a basis for understanding next-generation visual display technologies. An excellent book that considers the human eye in combination with engineered optical components is [301]. Cameras are covered from many different perspectives, including computer vision [112,323], camera engineering [127], and photography [302]. Mathematical foundations of imaging are thoroughly covered in [19].

Steven M LaValle 2020-01-06