Ultrathin, reflective light-field imaging film realized by self-releasing UV-curable nanoimprinting lithography

Posted on 23.06.2022 - 13:46
Light-field imaging has emerged as a technology allowing to capture richer visual information from the world. Ultrathin, reflective light-field imaging film is fabricated by using self-releasing UV-curable nanoimprinting lithography. The plenoptic function is built to generate the dense reflective light field in a two-dimension plane in which the occlusion perception can be seamlessly incorporated in the recording process. A self-releasing nanoimprinting technique is developed to realize the imaging film with a thickness of 25 μm and full field of view. The results pave the way towards developing high-performance light-field imaging device that can be used as visual security feature, or in virtual/augmented reality and computer vision application etc.

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Zhan, Gangyao; Zhong, Hao; Zou, Wenlong; Zhou, Yun; Shen, Su (2022): Ultrathin, reflective light-field imaging film realized by self-releasing UV-curable nanoimprinting lithography. Optica Publishing Group. Collection. https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.c.5978713.v1
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Gangyao Zhan
Hao Zhong
Wenlong Zou
Yun Zhou
Su Shen
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