Nonlinear metamaterials for holography

@inproceedings{Almeida2016NonlinearMF,
  title={Nonlinear metamaterials for holography},
  author={Euclides Almeida and Ora Bitton and Yehiam Prior},
  booktitle={Nature communications},
  year={2016}
}
A hologram is an optical element storing phase and possibly amplitude information enabling the reconstruction of a three-dimensional image of an object by illumination and scattering of a coherent beam of light, and the image is generated at the same wavelength as the input laser beam. In recent years, it was shown that information can be stored in nanometric antennas giving rise to ultrathin components. Here we demonstrate nonlinear multilayer metamaterial holograms. A background free image is… CONTINUE READING

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