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Help with optical deisgn to conver projected 2D patterns to a 1D horizontal line

Help with optical deisgn to conver projected 2D patterns to a 1D horizontal line

Help with optical deisgn to conver projected 2D patterns to a 1D horizontal line

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I am new to optical design. This may be a very silly question to all the experts in the forum...

What I am hoping to to convert a 2D pattern generated by a projector into a 1D horizontal line by placing lenses in front of the projection lens of the projector... Is that possible? What kind of lenses combination should I start with?

Thanks in advance.

RE: Help with optical deisgn to conver projected 2D patterns to a 1D horizontal line

I think you are going to need to explain further or provide a visual example.

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