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Researchers from Chalmers University of Technology have developed a new method of creating metasurfaces, which could bring mass production of ultrathin lenses closer to reality.
Metasurfaces consist of a multitude of interacting nanoparticles that together are able to control light and have numerous applications in the future of optical technology. The technology is based on previous work on a plastic that is already used to create other microstructures.
Researchers from Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden developed a new method for the fabrication of artificial materials known as metasurfaces, which consist of a multitude of interacting nanoparticles that together can control light. Courtesy of Chalmers University of…