Active Color Control in a Metasurface by Polarization Rotation
AbstractGenerating colors by employing metallic nanostructures has attracted intensive scientific attention recently, because one can easily realize higher spatial resolution and highly robust colors compared to conventional pigment. However, since the scattering spectra and thereby the resultant colors are determined by the nanostructure geometries, only one fixed color can be produced by one design and a whole new sample is required to generate a different color. In this paper, we demonstrate active metasurface, which shows a range of colors dependent on incident polarization by selectively exciting three different plasmonic nanorods. The metasurface, which does not include any tunable materials or external stimuli, will be beneficial in real-life applications especially in the display applications. View Full-Text
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Kim, M.; Kim, I.; Jang, J.; Lee, D.; Nam, K.T.; Rho, J. Active Color Control in a Metasurface by Polarization Rotation. Appl. Sci. 2018, 8, 982.
Kim M, Kim I, Jang J, Lee D, Nam KT, Rho J. Active Color Control in a Metasurface by Polarization Rotation. Applied Sciences. 2018; 8(6):982.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kim, Minkyung; Kim, Inki; Jang, Jaehyuck; Lee, Dasol; Nam, Ki T.; Rho, Junsuk. 2018. "Active Color Control in a Metasurface by Polarization Rotation." Appl. Sci. 8, no. 6: 982.
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