LF:BOOP0321p Optical Devices I-lec. - Course Information
BOOP0321p Optical Devices I - lectureFaculty of Medicine
- Extent and Intensity
- 2/0/0. 0 credit(s). Type of Completion: -.
- Ing. Martin Antoš, Ph.D. (lecturer)
doc. MUDr. Svatopluk Synek, CSc. (lecturer)
- Guaranteed by
- doc. MUDr. Svatopluk Synek, CSc.
Department of Optometry and Orthoptics - Departments of Non-medical Branches - Faculty of Medicine
Contact Person: Lenka Herníková
Supplier department: Department of Optometry and Orthoptics - Departments of Non-medical Branches - Faculty of Medicine
- Wed 8:00–9:40 KOM 409
- The course is designed for students of corresponding fields.
- Course Enrolment Limitations
- The course is only offered to the students of the study fields the course is directly associated with.
- fields of study / plans the course is directly associated with
- Course objectives
- At the end of these lectures collection a student can define principles of function and construction of the basic optical instruments – subjective and objective – eye and their features, spectacles, spoils, binoculars, microscopes, cameras, magnifying and projecting instruments, longmeters and refractometers, focometers, monochromates and spectrofotometers. Gained general knowledge about differentiation of the optic and optical instruments the student applies on spectacle optics need for perfect vision and protection against harmful radiation. The student defines basic fotometer values. The student suggests appropriate types of lightning for various working activity.
- Learning outcomes
- At the end of these lectures collection a student can define principles of function and construction of the basic optical instruments – subjective and objective – eye and their features, spectacles, spoils, binoculars, microscopes, cameras, magnifying and projecting instruments, longmeters and refractometers, focometers, monochromates and spectrofotometers.
- Eye (discussed in terms of this subject), its defects, correction of these defects. Eyeglasses (spectacles), magnifying glass. Principles and types of telescopes. Inverting optical systems in Keplers telescope. Characteristics of a telescope. The principles of microscopy. Characteristics of a microscope. Microscope compounds and accessories. Photographic instruments. f-number, resolving power, depth of field. Projectors. Construction and function of condenser. Binocular vision, telemetery. Refractometr – principles of function, types. Written test. Summary of fundamental knowledge of geometrical optics. Laws of reflection and refraction. Total reflection, Planparallel slab. Prisms (dispersion of the light). Optical fibers. Imaging with lenses. Paraxial rays. The imaging equations (in the paraxial area). The Newtons , Gaussian and Gullstrnads form of the imaging equations. Optical aberrations: chromatic aberration, spherical aberration, coma, astigmatism. Summary of fundamental knowledge of wave optics. Interference. Diffraction. Abbe theory of imaging. Polarization of light. The eye. Night and color vision. Working model of the human eye. Resolving power. Aberrations. Correction nearsighted and farsighted. Spectacles. Theory of optical instruments. Diaphragms and apertures in optical systems. Calculation of aperture angle and a field of view. Theory of microscopy. Magnifying glass. Magnification. Eyepieces; type of eyepieces. The microscope. The microscope compounds. Magnification. Resolving power. Numerical aperture. Microcope illuminators. Microscope condensers. Theory of telescope. Model telescopes: Galilean telescope, Keplerian telescope, reflecting telescopes. The magnifying power of the telescope. Telescopic resolving power. Erecting systems. Photographic instruments. Photographic objectives. The fundamental properties and the essentials characteristics of phototographic objectives. Focal ratio; depth of field; lens speed. Projectors. Slide projectors. Profile projectors. The exercises follow the topics presented in the lectures.
- • LIŠKA,M. Optické sešity. (Aktualizované texty k přednáškám.) Dostupné z: http://physics.fme.vutbr.cz/ufi.php?Action=0&Id=1514
- • FUKA, J. – HAVELKA, B. Optika. Praha: SPN, 1961. 846 s.
- Kingslake, R.: Applied Optics and Optical Engineering. Vol. V (Optical Instruments). New York: Academic Press, 1969. 382 s.
- • KINGSLAKE, R. Applied Optics and Optical Engineering. Vol. V (Optical Instruments). New York: Academic Press, 1969. 382 s.
- Fuka, J. and Havelka, B.: Optika. Praha: SPN, 1961. 846 s.
- BALÍK, J. and J. BOBEK. Technický sborník oční optiky. Edited by J. Polášek. 2. vyd. Praha: Oční optika, 1975. 579 s. info
- Teaching methods
- lecture, theoretical training, class discussion
- Assessment methods
- Language of instruction
- Further comments (probably available only in Czech)
- Study Materials
The course is taught annually.
Information on the extent and intensity of the course: 30.
- Enrolment Statistics (recent)
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