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5 December 2005 A 3D interactive optical manipulation platform
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Proceedings Volume 6048, Optomechatronic Actuators and Manipulation; 60480A (2005) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.648742
Event: Optomechatronic Technologies 2005, 2005, Sapporo, Japan
Abstract
Three-dimensional light structures can be created by modulating the spatial phase and polarization properties of the laser light. A particularly promising technique is the Generalized Phase Contrast (GPC) method invented and patented at Riso National Laboratory. Based on the combination of programmable spatial light modulator devices and an advanced graphical user-interface the GPC method enables real-time, interactive and arbitrary control over the dynamics and geometry of synthesized light patterns. Recent experiments have shown that GPC-driven micro-manipulation provides a unique technology platform for fully user-guided assembly of a plurality of particles in a plane, control of particle stacking along the beam axis, manipulation of multiple hollow beads, and the organization of living cells into three-dimensional colloidal structures. These demonstrations illustrate that GPC-driven micro-manipulation can be utilized not only for the improved synthesis of functional microstructures but also for non-contact and parallel actuation crucial for sophisticated opto- and micro-fluidic based lab-on-a-chip systems.
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Jesper Glückstad, Peter J. Rodrigo, and Ivan P. Nielsen "A 3D interactive optical manipulation platform", Proc. SPIE 6048, Optomechatronic Actuators and Manipulation, 60480A (5 December 2005); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.648742
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