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Model-based vibration control for optical lenses. (English) Zbl 07262552
Summary: This work presents a contribution to the active image stabilization of optical systems, involving model development, control design, and the hardware setup. A laboratory experiment is built, which demonstrates the vibration sensitivity of a mechanical-optical system. In order to stabilize the undesired image motion actively, a model-based compensation of the image vibration is developed, realized and tested. Beside a linear actuator motion system, a force sensor system and a position sensor system are introduced and analyzed. In particular, various low-cost hardware components of the Arduino platform are used, which support the deployment of the controller software based on Matlab-Simulink. The remaining image motion is measured with a high-speed vision sensor system and the performance of the overall system is assessed.
MSC:
70E55 Dynamics of multibody systems
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