Broadband lightweight flat lenses for long-wave infrared imaging

Volume: 116, Issue: 43, Pages: 21375 - 21378
Published: Oct 7, 2019
Abstract
Significance We demonstrate, with simulations corroborated by experiments, that broadband long-wave infrared (LWIR) imaging is possible with a single flat lens with a thickness of 10 μm and a weight that is over 100 times less than conventional refractive optics. Reducing the weight and thickness of LWIR optics is crucial for increasing the range of camera-carrying drones as well as for reducing head and neck injuries among camera-borne...
Paper Details
Title
Broadband lightweight flat lenses for long-wave infrared imaging
Published Date
Oct 7, 2019
Volume
116
Issue
43
Pages
21375 - 21378
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