N. Peyghambarian, Savas Tay, Pierre-Alexandre Blanche, Robert Norwood and Michiharu Yamamoto
Researchers at the University of Arizona’s College of Optical Sciences and Nitto Denko Technical Corp. have created a rewriteable holographic display that may one day enable 3D holographic film.
Aloyse Degiron, Pierre Berini and David R. Smith
Long-range surface plasmons are characterized by unique electromagnetic properties that could reshape our vision of integrated optical circuits and other chip-scale photonic applications.
Lihong V. Wang
By converting light waves into sound, researchers have developed a high-resolution
biological imaging technique that allows them to see living tissue at new depths.
Manijeh Razeghi, Steven Slivken, Yanbo Bai and Shaban Ramezani Darvish
Many applications in the infrared are awaiting the right laser source. Advances in quantum cascade lasers will enable powerful new technologies to become commercial realities.
Digital holography generally offers more flexibility than conventional holographic interferometry and speckle interferometry because of its simple setup and easy accessibility for 3D surfaces.
Barry R. Masters
Stephen R. Wilk
Jessica E. DeGroote
Bruce H. Billings