Definitions for "Optics"
That branch of physical science which treats of the nature and properties of light, the laws of its modification by opaque and transparent bodies, and the phenomena of vision.
Elements (glasses, mirror, telescope...) used to see or visualise something.
The light-emitting or light-controlling components of a light fixture (reflector, refractor, lens, louvers, etc.)
The visual properties of a film. Examples of shrink film products with good optics include: Exlfilm HSP shrink film - a superior optic shrink film, Exlfilmplus LTF Shrink Film - shrink film has excellent optics & strength, LTG Shrink Film - a light gauge polyolefin shrink film with excellent clarity, gloss and tear resistance and Exlvalue Anti Fog Shrink Film (AF Shrink Film) - a anti fog shrink film providing clear presentation in refigerator and freezer applications.
The visual properties of a material, i.e., clarity, gloss, haze.
a company out of California that is taking the eyewear world by storm
the way a concept is presented. Sometimes entrepreneurs' presentations are strong on optics but weak in content.
Keywords:  atmospheric, see
See atmospheric optics.
Often used in reference to the optical camera parts in most image transports.