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How do Anamorphic images work? [closed]

I found the following anamorphic image on this site Can anyone explain the physics behind the working of such images? Can we create our own anamorphic images? If so how? Thanks in advance.
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Does an uneven and/or moving surface affect quality when using a solar filter?

I have chosen to make my own solar filter using Baader as opposed to Mylar or anything else based on these: http://physics.stackexchange.com/a/25204/6805 and ...
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How does the area of illumination affect the numerical aperture / optical resolution of an optical system?

I have been reading an optics paper in which they designed a microscope with the following setup. A light source passes through a small pinhole, illuminates a sample, which then forms a diffraction ...
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Have I found all of the zero order laue zone points for an FCC crystal being imaged along the [111] zone axis? [on hold]

Since the equation for laue zones is hu+kv+lw=0 and the electron beam is incident in [uvw]=[111] can I say that the first order laue zone points are [hkl]=[-110],[1-10],[-101],[10-1],[0-11], and ...
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theoretical echo from a point scatterer

How can I compute an echo coming back from a point scatterer? Let's say I know the excitation signal (plane wave), scatterer position, medium properties, what else do I need to see, how the echo will ...
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Encoding multiple images in 1 beam

I am doing some research involving geometric optics. I need to reduce an image in size so it fits a rotating mirror we are using. I came up with the idea of projecting the focal plane on the mirror, ...
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Law of refelction for electron-metal interactions?

I was reading 'Webb's Physics of Medical Imaging' which had a diagram very similar to the following in it: The interaction not the electrons with the anode creates x-rays. This diagram indicates ...
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Inverse problem for MRI imaging

Background: Recently, I read a paper describing the existence of what are known as "concomitant gradient fields" in MRI. When a linear gradient is applied along one axis, concomitant gradient fields ...
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Thick mirror produces number of images

Why is second image always bright ? This question is so often asked in mcat examination but I find no legitimate answer to it .