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10 March 2015 Real-time dynamic coupling of GPC-enhanced diffraction-limited focal spots
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Proceedings Volume 9379, Complex Light and Optical Forces IX; 93790M (2015)
Event: SPIE OPTO, 2015, San Francisco, California, United States
We have previously demonstrated on-demand dynamic coupling of an optically manipulated wave-guided optical waveguide (WOW) using diffractive techniques on a “point and shoot” approach. In this work, the generation of the coupling focal spots is done in real-time following the position of the WOW. Object-tracking routine has been added in the trapping program to get the position of the WOW. This approach allows continuous coupling of light through the WOWs which may be useful in some application. In addition, we include a GPC light shaper module in the holography setup to efficiently illuminate the spatial light modulator (SLM). The ability to switch from on-demand to continuous addressing with efficient illumination leverages our WOWs for potential applications in stimulation and nonlinear optics.
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Mark Villangca, Andrew Bañas, Oleksii Kopylov, Darwin Palima, and Jesper Glückstad "Real-time dynamic coupling of GPC-enhanced diffraction-limited focal spots", Proc. SPIE 9379, Complex Light and Optical Forces IX, 93790M (10 March 2015); doi: 10.1117/12.2079148;


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