The Human Eye: an intelligent optical sensor

Literaturverzeichnis / Pulication List N.Lauinger

 (Juni 2017)

 1.     N. Lauinger Beugungsgitter auf Grenzflächen des optischen Systems des menschlichen Auges, Acta Ophthalmologica Suppl.136, Kopenhagen (1978)

 2.     N. Lauinger Beugungsgitteroptische Interpretation histologischer Strukturen des menschlichen Auges, DGaO Eberbach (1988)

 3.     N. Lauinger A diffraction grating explanation for the Purkinje-Phenomenon, 4th Intern. Conf. for Psychophysiology, Prag (1988)

 4.     N. Lauinger 3D grating optics of Human Vision, Acta Ophthalmologica Suppl.199, Kopenhagen (1991)

 5.     N. Lauinger 3D grating optical interpretation of human vision and the Stiles-Crawford effects I and II, OSA-Meeting Albuquerque (1992)

 6.     N. Lauinger 3D grating optical retinal chip and stimulus-adaptive robotic vision, SPIE Proceedings Vol.1825 Intelligent Robots and Computer Vision XI, 78-103, (1992)

 7.     N. Lauinger A new interpretation of the Stiles-Crawford Effects, Workshop on Physical Optics and Human Vision, University of Rochester N.Y. (1993)

 8.     N. Lauinger Red and Blue Shifts in the Near Field of a Diffractive Medium, ISO’16 International Commission for Optics, Budapest, SPIE Vol.1983, 907-910 (1993)

 9.     N. Lauinger Physical optics and human vision, OE-Reports SPIE 7 (1994)

 10.  N. Lauinger Die 2 Achsen des menschlichen Auges, die Inversion der Netzhautschichten, die Retina als 3D-Phasengitter-Chip, DGaO Berchtesgaden (1994)

 11.  N. Lauinger A new interpretation of the Stiles-Crawford effects in human vision, Journal of Biological Physics 19: 167-188 (1994)

 12.  N. Lauinger The two axes of the human eye and inversion of the retinal layers: the basis for the interpretation of the retina as a phase grating optical cellular 3D chip, SPIE Proceedings Vol.2353 Intelligent Robots and Computer Vision XIII (1994) 549

 13.  N. Lauinger Brightness, hue and saturation in photopic vision: a diffraction-optical result of illuminant intensity and wavelength in the cellular phase grating 3D chip of the inverted human retina, SPIE Proceedings Vol. 2353 Intelligent Robots and Computer Vision XIII (1994), 567-577

 14.  N. Lauinger The two axes of the Human Eye and Inversion of the retinal layers: the basis for the interpretation of the retina as a phase grating optical cellular 3D chip, Journal of Biological Physics 19 (1994), 243-257

 15.  Carbon, M.A. (Institut für Optosensorik Dr. N. Lauinger) Using diffraction theory of human vision for design of color vision devices, SPIE Proceedings Vol. 2353 Intelligent Robots and Computer Vision XIII (1994), 550-560

16.  N. Lauinger The relationship between brightness, hue and saturation when the inverted human retina is interpreted as a cellular diffractive 3D chip, SPIE Proceedings Vol.2588 Intelligent Robots and Computer Vision XIV (1995), 208-232

 17.  N. Lauinger OPTO-RETINA: ein korrelatoroptisches Bauelement zur Bildfolgenvorver-arbeitung (3D-Sensorelement für räumzeitliche Transformationen), 4.Workshop ‚Elektro-nisches Auge’ des BMBF, Berlin (1996)

 18.  N. Lauinger The Inverted Retina of the Human Eye: a tri-chromatic 4D Space-time Optical Correlator, SPIE Proceedings Vol.2904 Intelligent Robots and Computer Vision XV (1996), 344-360

 19.  N. Lauinger, M. Pinnow, E. Görnitz, Phase grating from ordered polymer lattices for optical image pre-processing, Journal of Biological Physics, Vol.23 No.2 (1997), 73-88

 20.  N. Lauinger The two axes of the human eye and inversion of the retinal layers: the basis for interpretation of the retina as a phase grating optical cellular 3D chip, John Dalton’s Colour Vision Legacy, Taylor & Francis, London (1997), 623-630

 21.  N. Lauinger Brightness, hue and saturation in photopic vision: a diffraction-optical result of illuminant intensity and wavelength in the cellular phase grating 3D chip of the inverted human retina, John Dalton’s Colour Vision Legacy, Taylor & Francis, London (1997), 631-638

 22.  N. Lauinger Transformation of light double cones in the human retina: the origin of trichromatism, of 4D-spatiotemporal vision and of patchwise 2D Fourier transformation in Talbot imaging, SPIE Proceedings Vol.3208 Intelligent Robots and Computer Vision XVI (1997), 302-327

 23.  N. Lauinger Training or inheritance in human vision: a critical test for understanding and engineering of intelligent optical systems, SPIE Proceedings Vol.3208 Intelligent Robots and Computer Vision XVI (1997), 49-55

 24.  S. Kusch, J. Schwab, N. Lauinger Optical filter performing localized image transformations using volume holograms, SPIE Proceedings Vol.3208 Intelligent Robots and Computer Vision XVI (1997), 437-444

 25.  R. Schaefer, J. Schwab, N. Lauinger New developments in optical grating technology for machine vision and industrial sensors, SPIE Proceedings Vol.3208 Intelligent Robots and Computer Vision XVI (1997), 428-436

 26.  M. Carbon, N. Lauinger, J. Schwab Self-imaging of 3D phase gratings, European Optical Society Part A: Pure and Applied Optics (1998)

 27.  N. Lauinger Die Retina als paralleler diffraktiv-optischer 3D-/4D-raumzeitlicher Gitterkorrelator, 1.Tübinger Wahrnehmungskonferenz TWK (1998), 146

 28.  M. Seib, R. Schaefer, N. Lauinger A Passive Multi-Channel 3D Range Sensor Using the Pupil Division and Temporal Phase Measurement Method, OPTO Proceedings Erfurt (1998), 9.2, 221-226

 29.  S. Kusch, N. Lauinger, J. Schwab Nutzung interferenzoptischer Effekte in einem Volumenhologramm für die Bildtransformation, DGaO (1998), 138

 30.  M. Seib, R. Schaefer, N. Lauinger Ein passiv arbeitender Multi-Abstandssensor nach dem Prinzip der Pupillenteilung und temporärer Phasenmessung, TM Technisches Messen 65 (7-8/1998), 260-263

 31.  N. Lauinger Grating-optical diffractive image pre-processing in optical sensors copying human vision (OPTORETINA), SPIE Proceedings Vol.3522 Intelligent Robots and Computer Vision XVII (1998), 328-342

 32.  N. Lauinger Grating-optical diffractive image pre-processing in human vision, Perception Vol.27 Suppl. ECVP Oxford (1998), 94a

 33.  M. Carbon Diffraction of light by 3D hexagonal phase gratings: applications for robotic color vision. SPIE Proceedings Vol.3522 Intelligent Robots and Computer Vision XVII (1998), 399-411

 34.  N. Lauinger Stand und Chancen der optischen Sensorik, Photonik Dezember 1998, 3

 35.  N. Lauinger Innovative Gitterkorrelator-Meßtechnik führt vom 1x1 der OptoElektronik zur Opto²-, Opto³- und Optoexpn-Elektronik, Photonik Dezember 1998, 28-29

 36.  R. Schaefer, K.Weimert,  N. Lauinger With the HS-CE, both you and the moose can sleep better at night, Sensor Proceedings I,C8.1 Nürnberg (1999), 439-443

 37.  N. Lauinger Diffractive centro-symmetric 3D-transmission phase gratings, positioned at the image plane of optical systems, transform light-like 4D-world as tunable resonators into spectral metrics, SPIE Proceedings Vol.3837 Intelligent Robots and Computer Vision XVIII, 154-163 (1999).

 38.  N. Lauinger Grating-optical image pre-processing leads Opto-Electronics into Opto²-, Opto³- and Opto-expn-Electronics, SPIE Proceedings Vol.3837 Intelligent Robots and Computer Vision XVIII (1999), 40-44

 39.  N. Lauinger Diffractive multi-layer 3D gratings in the image plane of optical systems, as tunable resonators, allow 4D spatio-temporal fourier-optical world transformations into spectral metrics, Diffractive Optics Jena (1999)

 40.  N. Lauinger Diffractive 3D grating-optical sensor with tri-chromatic color constancy at adaptation to variable illuminants, OPTO (2000)

 41.  N. Lauinger, B. Badenhop Diffractive 3D grating-optical sensor with tri-chromatic color constancy at adaptation to variable illuminants, SPIE Proceedings Vol.4197 Intelligent Robots and Computer Vision XIX (2000), 352-357

 42.   N. Lauinger Diffractive 3D phase gratings will qualify optical sensors and image processing technologies for reaching performances of human vision, SPIE Proceedings Vol.4197 Intelligent Robots and Computer Vision XIX (2000), 27-43

 43.  N. Lauinger Optische Sensorik, eine Schlüsseltechnologie, Sensor-Magazin 1 (2000)

44.  N. Lauinger Variation of intensity in human color vision leads to a variation of hue, except at some invariant spectral loci: a 3D grating optical explanation of the Bezold-Brücke phenomenon, Tübinger Wahrnehmungskonferenz TWK (2001)

 45.  N. Lauinger Diffractive 3D grating-optical image processing: an interference-optical Volterra filter resonator?, SPIE Proceedings Vol.4572 Intelligent Robots and Computer Vision XX, 61-69 (2001)

 46.  N. Lauinger Learning from biotechnology; milestones in the prenatal engineering of an intelligent optical sensor: the human eye, SPIE Proceedings Vol.4572 Intelligent Robots and Computer Vision XX, 231-240 (2001).

 47.  N. Lauinger Diffractive-optical image pre-processing in aperture and image space of the human eye guarantees a tri-chromatic adaptive fourier-optical 4D-spatiotemporal information processing in human vision, a new basis for the interpretation of cortical processing. EMBO-Conference Ascona 4.-8.2.2002

 48.  N. Lauinger Optical cross-correlation of global x local information by scatter of light in aperture space and diffraction of images in image space: the basis of adaptive optical pre-processing in human vision.Poster TWK Tübingen, 22.-24.2.2002

 49.  N. Lauinger Zukunftschancen der optischen Sensorik durch Integration von abbildender und diffraktiver Optik. Fachtagung Sensorik-Meßtechnik-Technologien der Fachhochschule Giessen-Friedberg, 20.3.2002

 50.  N. Lauinger Prenatal Development of the Human Eye: A Starting Point for Innovation in Optics? OPTO 2002 Proceedings, 7-17, Erfurt 2002.

 51.  N. Lauinger Coloured Shadows: diffractive-optical cross-correlations in the human eye. Poster TWK Tübingen, 21.-23.3.2003

 52.  N. Lauinger Coloured Shadows in Human Vision: Diffractive-optical Transformations from Physics into Psychology. 299.WE-Heraeus Seminar der DPhG Optical Sensing – Physics and Micro-Techniques, 13.-15.März 2003 (Publikation in Zeitschrift Optik im Druck)

 53.  N. Lauinger Illuminant-Adaptive Diffractive-Optical RGB Colour Sensor: 3D grating-optical cross-correlator calculating Coloured Shadows in Human Vision. SPIE Proceedings Photonics East, Providence, Vol.5267, 26-42, 2003

 54.  N. Lauinger Diffractive-Optical Correlators: chances to make optical image pre-processing as intelligent as human vision. SPIE Proceedings OpticsEast, Philadelphia, Vol.5608, 36-44, 2004

 55.  N. Lauinger Das Auto-MOBIL auf dem Weg zum AUTO-Mobil – Fahrerassistenz- und Fahrerersatzsysteme im Wettlauf gegen menschliches und technisches Versagen. DLR-Symposium, Schriftenreihe der Phantastischen Bibliothek Wetzlar, Bd.87, Tagungsband 2004, 123-130

 56.  N. Lauinger Die Bedeutung der Relativitätstheorie für die Entwicklung der zukünftigen korrelator-optischen Sensorik. DPG-Jahrestagung Berlin, Einstein und die Industrie – von der Idee zur Anwendung, AIW 1.3 am 7.3.2005 (TU Berlin H3005).

 57.  N. Lauinger 4D-RGB diffractive-optical correlator in the human eye: the hardware for a hierarchy of spectral space-time transformations in color vision. OpticsEast Boston: Intelligent Robots and Computer Vision XXIII, 2005, SPIE-Vol.6006-31.

 58.  N. Lauinger Retinex software or diffractive-optical correlator hardware: the basis of human color vision? Optics East Boston: Intelligent Robots and Computer Vision XXIII, 2005, SPIE-Vol.6006-4.

 59.  N. Lauinger Coloured Shadows: Diffractive-Optical Cross-Correlations in the Human Eye. The Missing Link between Physics and Psychology, Newton and Goethe. SPIE Annual Meeting 2003 San Diego/CA, AM 100-Conference in honour of Professor Emil Wolf/Rochester. In “Tribute to Emil Wolf – Science and Engineering; Legacy of Physical Optics, SPIE Press, Bellingham, Washington 2005.

 60.  N. Lauinger 4D-RGB-Korrelator: Revolution der Kameratechnik durch die diffraktiv-optische Sensorik. Optische Industriesensorik, Fachtagung 12./13.10.2005 Freiburg.

 61.  N. Lauinger F+E-Arbeiten in Wetzlar auf dem Weg zur 4D-RGB-Kamera. 2.VIAOPTIC-Technologie-Tag 22.3.06 Stadthalle Wetzlar

 62.  N. Lauinger Das Auge bauen. Median 04, 2006, S.20-21.

 63.  N. Lauinger New experimental diffractive-optical data on E.Land’s Retinex mechanism in human color vision (Part 1) Optics East Boston: Intelligent Robots and Computer Vision XXIV, SPIE-Vol. 6384-06 (2006)

 64.  J. Haus, N. Lauinger Optische Gitter: Die Abbildung der Realität. 75 Jahre berührungslose dynamische Meßtechnik auf der Basis optischer Gitter. Laser-Journal Wiley-VCH Verlag 2007, 43-47.

 65.  N. Lauinger What the human eye tells the brain: a new approach toward a hardware-based modeling of mental functions.Optics East Boston: Intelligent Robots and Computer Vision XXV, SPIE-Vol. 6764-5 (2007)

 66.  N. Lauinger New experimental diffractive-optical data on E. Land’s Retinex mechanism in human color vision: Part II. Optics East Boston: Intelligent Robots and Computer Vision XXV, 2007 SPIE-Vol.6764-18

 67.  N. Lauinger Optikparcours in Wetzlar. Leitfaden für den Bau des Optikparcours. 2005 (s. in www.optikparcours.de).

 68.  N. Lauinger Newton und Goethe im Optik-Parcours in Wetzlar. Beschreibung des Gesamtrahmens des Optikparcours. 2007/08 (s. in www.wetzlar.de).

 69.  N. Lauinger Newton und Goethe im Optikparcours in Wetzlar. Vortrag Juni 2008 im Rathaus bei Prämierung des Optikparcours (365 innovative Städte).

 70.  N. Lauinger Newton und Goethe im Optikparcours. Vortrag bei Goethe-Gesellschaft Wetzlar August 2008.

 71.  N. Lauinger Goethes Experimente und Beobachtungen zu den farbigen Schatten. Die Rolle der Physik und des Auges im menschlichen Farbensehen. Vortrag im Viseum Wetzlar, 25.2.2011 (Zyklus Farben und Farbenlehren)

72.  N. Lauinger The Human Eye: an intelligent optical sensor. (The inverted human retina: a diffractive-optical correlator). International Frequency Sensor Association IFSA, Toronto, Canada, 2014. Open Access since 2017. 

73.  N. Lauinger Prevention of Myopia: the eye ought to exercise the use of the 3rd dimension of the visible at an early age. Anhang in N. Lauinger The Human Eye: an intelligent optical sensor. (The inverted human retina: a diffractive-optical correlator). International Frequency Sensor Association IFSA, Toronto, Canada. 2014

 74.  N. Lauinger Myopie-Prävention. FOCUS (Teil 1 in 11/2014, S. 28-30; Teil 2 in 12/2004, S. 26-29; Teil 3 in 02/2015, S.34-37)

75.  N. Lauinger Die raumgitteroptische Struktur der Retina und das Farbensehen. Vortrag beim Schopenhauer-Gedenkkolloquium ‚Ueber das Sehn und die Farben‘, TU Dresden, Fakultät Architektur, 29.04.2016

76.  N. Lauinger Space grating optical structure of the retina and RGB color vision. Optical Society of America, Appl. Opt. 56, 1261-1265 (2017)

 77.  N. Lauinger Lichtbeugung im Raumgitter der Netzhaut des Auges und Interferenzen im Fresnel-Nahfeld transformieren das sichtbare Spektrum in den RGB-Raum. DGaO-Jahrestagung, A 40, Dresden, 10.06.2017

78.  N. Lauinger Die Optik sollte erklären können, weshalb ‚Nahstress‘ im Sehen zu Kurzsichtigkeit führt. DGaO-Jahrestagung, P 43, Dresden, 07.06.2017