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Polarization-independent adaptive lens with two different blue-phase liquid-crystal layers.
|Title||Polarization-independent adaptive lens with two different blue-phase liquid-crystal layers.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2013|
|Authors||Liu Y, Li Y, Wu S-T|
|Date Published||2013 May 10|
An adaptive microlens structure is proposed using two polymer-stabilized blue-phase liquid-crystal layers whose Kerr constant is largely mismatched. This device exhibits several favorable features, such as polarization independence, simple structure, and good parabolic phase profile. Its applications for 2D/3D switchable displays and other photonic devices are emphasized.
|Alternate Journal||Appl Opt|