Optomechanics – Just what is it you do?

Dear Colleagues:

It’s been busy the last few months.  Some of you have asked, “Just what is it you do?”  Well, here’s just a sampling:

I’ve researched the intellectual property of mechanisms for focus and diaphragm control in camera lenses;

I’ve analyzed microradian-level image jitter in an off-axis imaging spectrometer (with AEH/Ivory and MSC/Nastran of course);

I’ve co-invented a remote sensing 10:1 zoom system with five moving lens groups, three of which are lenslet arrays.

Who could possibly have more fun than a mechanical engineer in this optics industry?

I hope you will join me in this paean to Springtime.  Joy!

Al H.

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