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EO Imaging Lab 2.1: Distortion

Distortion is a nonlinear geometrical aberration in which magnification changes with field height. Learn about three common distortion types in imaging applications: pincushion, barrel, and keystone. Join Gregory Hollows, Director of Machine Vision Solutions, as he discusses distortion and provides informative tips to correct for the different types. You can also learn more about distortion in our Comparison of Optical Aberrations application note.

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