Laser Active Tracking
P. M. Livingston
Although in many laboratory settings, standard mirrors and lenses will serve to train laser beams, other applications require
unprecedented pointing accuracy or remote pointing control. In California, where movies are big
business, optical trackers are being considered as an aid to smooth camera panning while tracking fast action scenes.
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