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1 January 1998 Photoluminescent concentrator as a prototype of human retina
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We have studied a prototype of human retina which is based on a round thin-film photoluminescent concentrator coupled at its edge to the circular Si-photodiodes. This passive integrated optoelectronic device can perform most important function of peripheral human vision: determination of position of the light source and motion detection. For 12-mm radius film we have got a spatial resolution 13 micrometers in the linear range +/- 5 mm. By stacking several films each with a different absorption characteristic it is possible to realize color sensitive element and, therefore, to perform full functions of human retina.
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Ivan S. Melnik and Andrew H. Rawicz "Photoluminescent concentrator as a prototype of human retina", Proc. SPIE 3199, Biomedical Systems and Technologies II, (1 January 1998); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.301112
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