PROJECT TITLE :
A Polarizer-Free Liquid Crystal Lens Exploiting an Embedded-Multilayered Structure
Development of liquid crystal (LC) lenses is restricted by the power law. The aperture size of LC lenses is traded for the lens power. In this letter, we prove theoretically and experimentally that the aperture size isn't restricted by the ability law primarily based on a polarizer-free LC lens exploiting an embedded-multilayered structure. By adding numbers of LC layers, the aperture size of the LC lens will be enlarged while not lowering the tunable lens power. The optical theory of the polarization independence of the LC lens springs. The wavefronts are measured when lightweight propagates through the LC lens to debate the polarization independence and image adjustment. The impact of this study is to point out the chance of LC lenses with large aperture size for wearable devices and ophthalmic applications.
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