Abstract

Investigating the source of a round patch of light in a dark hallway led to discovery of the pinhead mirror, a reflecting analog of the pinhole lens. Some pinhead mirrors were made and tested. The pinhead mirror’s imaging characteristics appear to be similar to those of the pinhole lens.

© 1986 Optical Society of America

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