Optical Sensing with Metasurfaces: An Evolution for Machine Vision Systems

Jul 19, 2023
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Metasurfaces are new optical elements that allow complete control over all aspects of light such as phase, wavelength, intensity, and polarization with a single, planar semiconductor layer. Comprised of subwavelength nanostructures, a single metasurface can carry out optical functions typically requiring four or more conventional refractive and/or diffractive optics.

This presentation explores how optical metasurfaces can enable cost and performance improvements better than traditional optics and provides new insights into the environment that current cameras and machine vision systems cannot capture.

*** This presentation premiered during the 2023 Vision Spectra Conference. For more information on Photonics Media conferences, visit

About the presenter

Lars JohnssonLars Johnsson is the vice president of product, sales, and marketing at Metalenz. Drawing on his experience from over 25 years of repeated success growing market share, revenue, and profit while bringing new and disruptive products to market, he leads all aspects of Metalenz’s product roadmap, go-to-market strategy, and revenue generation.

Prior to Metalenz, Johnsson was vice president of mobile marketing at Skyworks Solutions and senior director of product marketing at TDK-InvenSense and Broadcom Corporation. In addition, he was instrumental in driving three start-ups from pre-revenue concept to profitable exits, as vice president of marketing & business development at Cavendish Kinetics and Beceem Communications, and at Flarion Technologies, which he co-founded.
OpticsSensors & Detectorsmachine visionVision Spectrametasurfacesoptical sensing
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