By Alhazen (lbn al-Haytham), 965-1039 ; A. Mark Smith (editor, translation, commentary)
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Extra info for Alhacen on image formation and distortion in mirrors. A Critical Edition, with English Translation and Commentary, of Book 6 of Alhacen’s De aspectibus. Volume One - Introduction and Latin Text, Volume Two - English Translation
O 111 aliud: alium FP1; alterum R 112 ubi inter. a. m. E/post directe add. error R/post accidit scr. et del. i O; add. error L3C1E (inter. a. m. L3E) 113 in inter. a. m. E/post reflexione add. pax F; add. par P1 114 pars . . spericis (115) om. FP1SL3; mg. a. m. E; de errore qui accidit in speculis spericis convexis capitulum quartum R 117 in inter. O/in spericis speculis om. R/ spericis speculis transp. O/speculis inter. O 118 hiis speculis transp. S 120 corpore viso: imagine R 121 semper . .
Several features of this analysis merit attention. First, it is consistent with experience. If a viewer faces a concave spherical mirror from a position well beyond the center of curvature, and if an object of moderate size is placed close to the reflecting surface, the viewer will see its image behind the mirror, upright and magnified. As the object is drawn away from the reflecting surface toward the viewpoint, its image becomes progressively larger as it recedes farther and farther behind the surface until a point is reached at which the image becomes blurry and incoherent.
Et generaliter in hiis speculis nichil ex re visa comprehenditur in veritate preter ordinationem partium, que talis apparet in speculo qualis est in corpore viso. 2] [PROPOSITIO 2] Quod autem semper videatur res minor in hoc speculo quam ipsa sit probatur. 2, p. 304] linea visa, ZP speculum, D centrum circuli, E centrum visus. A reflectatur ad E a puncto H, B a 99 videbitur: videtur S 100 post sit add. corpus C1/post videretur add. etiam R/minus inter. a. m. E 101 post minus add. sed L3E/et: sed O/post et add.
Alhacen on image formation and distortion in mirrors. A Critical Edition, with English Translation and Commentary, of Book 6 of Alhacen’s De aspectibus. Volume One - Introduction and Latin Text, Volume Two - English Translation by Alhazen (lbn al-Haytham), 965-1039 ; A. Mark Smith (editor, translation, commentary)