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Title: Three-dimensional optical holography using a plasmonic metasurface
Authors: Huang, L.
Chen, X.
Mühlenbernd, H.
Zhang, H.
Chen, S.
Bai, B.
Tan, Q.
Jin, G.
Cheah, K.-W.
Qiu, C.-W. 
Li, J.
Zentgraf, T.
Zhang, S.
Issue Date: 15-Nov-2013
Citation: Huang, L., Chen, X., Mühlenbernd, H., Zhang, H., Chen, S., Bai, B., Tan, Q., Jin, G., Cheah, K.-W., Qiu, C.-W., Li, J., Zentgraf, T., Zhang, S. (2013-11-15). Three-dimensional optical holography using a plasmonic metasurface. Nature Communications 4 : -. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Benefitting from the flexibility in engineering their optical response, metamaterials have been used to achieve control over the propagation of light to an unprecedented level, leading to highly unconventional and versatile optical functionalities compared with their natural counterparts. Recently, the emerging field of metasurfaces, which consist of a monolayer of photonic artificial atoms, has offered attractive functionalities for shaping wave fronts of light by introducing an abrupt interfacial phase discontinuity. Here we realize three-dimensional holography by using metasurfaces made of subwavelength metallic nanorods with spatially varying orientations. The phase discontinuity takes place when the helicity of incident circularly polarized light is reversed. As the phase can be continuously controlled in each subwavelength unit cell by the rod orientation, metasurfaces represent a new route towards high-resolution on-axis three-dimensional holograms with a wide field of view. In addition, the undesired effect of multiple diffraction orders usually accompanying holography is eliminated. © 2013 Macmillan Publishers Limited. All rights reserved.
Source Title: Nature Communications
ISSN: 20411723
DOI: 10.1038/ncomms3808
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