MEMS Chips Get Metalenses

Combining metasurface lenses with MEMS technology could enhance focusing capability of optical systems

Metalens for Full-Color Imaging

Combining computational imaging and metasurface optics to reduce aberrations

Metasurfaces for Apochromatic Lenses

One layered lens can perfectly focus all three colors and do the work of three conventional lenses

Metasurface Converts Colors of Light

Structures of phased array antennas are able to circumvent the phase-matching requirement

DNA for Optically Active Superlattices

The change in DNA length provides extreme tunability of optical properties

New Glass Shows Switchable Opacity

Nanoscale structures enable smart glass that switches from hazy to clear in presence of water

Miniature Super-Iridescent Optics

Nature’s smallest rainbows, created by peacock spiders, may inspire new optical technology

Single Metalens Focuses White Light

Ground-breaking lens opens new possibilities in virtual and augmented reality

Lensless Single-Exposure 3D-Imaging

Innovative computational imaging approach could advance applications from brain research to self-driving cars

Smart Window Switches From Clear to Reflective

Easy-to-manufacture switchable windows could improve energy efficiency in buildings and help keep cars cool