7 October 2014 Tailored liquid crystal devices for specific imaging applications
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Following the mature liquid crystals (LCs) display technology, there is a significant interest in implementing these devices into other non-display applications. Hence the emerging field of LC photonics is becoming increasingly active in which the strong electrooptic properties of LCs are harnessed for these applications particularly for imaging such as the use of SLMs, tunable focus lenses, tunable filters and polarization control devices. In this paper we review our recently developed LC devices integrated into full field optical coherence tomography system, into multi-spectral skin diagnosis system and in extended depth of focus imaging system.
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A. Safrani, A. Safrani, M. Abuleil, M. Abuleil, S. Isaac, S. Isaac, A. Solodar, A. Solodar, I. Klapp, I. Klapp, M. G. Kirzhner, M. G. Kirzhner, I. Abdulhalim, I. Abdulhalim, } "Tailored liquid crystal devices for specific imaging applications", Proc. SPIE 9182, Liquid Crystals XVIII, 91820R (7 October 2014); doi: 10.1117/12.2062808; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2062808
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