Talk:Nonimaging optics

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Theory Section[edit]


First of all thanks to everyone for the work put in to this page so far. I just added a {{Disputed-section}} tag in the section Flow-line design method. The section does not actually describe the Flow-Line method which is based on the flow lines in 6 dimensional phase space. Instead, it repeats the ideas of the Edge Ray principle and provides examples which should go into a separate section.

Also I think that the Edge Ray principle should be moved under the Design Methods header. All in all it seems that the whole theory section needs some restructuring.


Notjustphysics (talk) 17:37, 15 January 2016 (UTC)