Parallel optical data acquisition

With the innovation “Microendoscope with parallel optical data acquisition” the time to collect data during the examination of surfaces which is also producing depth information is radically reduced. The assembly of the endoscope is very compact and robust. Two congruent fibre bundles can collect 10.0000 points or more at the same time, so scanning in the plane is no longer necessary. No aperture plate is needed any more, since every fibre acts as its own aperture in the bundle.

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