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Flat NIR Metalens

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Flat NIR MetalensThe 1M Meta Optical Element flat NIR metalens from NIL Technology is flatter, thinner, and lighter than reflective lenses.

The devices feature high imaging quality with a wide field of view, low F-number, high modulation transfer function, and high relative illumination, all at a low total track length. Prototyping is secured by high-quality electron beam lithography with a quick turnaround time with ultrahigh resolution and a high degree of design freedom.

Mass production is provided by nanoimprint lithography without any constraints on meta-atom geometries. In addition, nanoimprint lithography makes it possible for NILT to mass produce without relying on semiconductor geometrical limitations and processing capacity.


Photonics Spectra
Dec 2021
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