A package for simulation of physical optics. Physical optics is more general than ray optics but not as general as full electrodynamics.
As this package is at an early stage of development, we would be excited to welcome any new contributers!
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Currently not registered and under development. But the main branch can be installed with:
julia> ] add https://github.com/JuliaPhysics/PhysicalOptics.jl
- Fast convolutions adapted to the needs of Physical Optics. Methods like
conv_otfare wrappers for the more general
- Light propagation with Fresnel and Rayleigh-Sommerfeld (
- 2D jinc PSF
- some conversion methods
- Light propagation with Fresnel
- Optical elements like lenses, apertures
- some optical conversions
- micro lenses
- Light propagation with Fraunhofer
- Focused and defocused PSFs (3D) with Debye integral.
- Register adjoints of convolution via ChainRulesCore
- more tests
- cleaning of method arguments
As resources we recommend
- Goodman, Joseph W. Introduction to Fourier optics,
- Mertz, Jerome. Introduction to optical microscopy. Cambridge University Press, 2019.
For simulation there exists a MATLAB tutorial
- Voelz, David. "Computational fourier optics: a MATLAB tutorial." Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers, 2011.
In Julia there is no similar project. However, in Python POPPY offers similar functionality.