Reproducing the hierarchy of disorder for Morpho-inspired, broad-angle color reflection


The scales of Morpho butterflies are covered with intricate, hierarchical ridge structures that produce a bright, blue reflection that remains stable across wide viewing angles. This effect has been researched extensively, and much understanding has been achieved using modeling that has focused on the positional disorder among the identical, multilayered… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/srep46023


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