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LPL25: Tunable Microdoublet Lens Array

Project ID LPL25
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Last Updated Mon 2004-Feb-09 15:46:49
Abstract We report a novel tunable microdoublet lens capable of creating dual modes of biconvex or meniscus tunable lens. The microlens consists of a tunable liquid-filled lens and a solid negative lens and it can be tuned either by changing the shape of the liquid-filled lens into bi-convex or meniscus or by changing a filling media with different refractive index. The microfabrication is based on soft lithography and photopolymer microdispensing technologies. The microlens can provide a solution for minimizing optical aberrations as well as maximizing the tunability of focal length or field of view since it can change two different lens curvatures.
Status Continuing
Funding Source Federal
IAB Research Area NanoPlasmonics, Microphotonics & Imaging
Researcher(s) Ki-Hun Jeong
Advisor(s) Luke P. Lee
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