Distortion

Noun
  • Distortion
  • dɪˈstɔɹʃən

Distortion is an optical aberration that In-Vision's engineers are working to minimize. If a lens doesn't correct for distortion, you will end up with pixels of different size and shape at the edge of the image. For the high precision applications relying on In-Vision's light engines, distortion should be as low as possible.

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