Long-exposure spectroscopy and spectro-polarimetry at near-infrared wavelengths is one of the preferred tools
deployed to measure the physical properties of Solar Prominences, including the Prominence magnetic field.
However, until now, it was not possible to observe Prominences in sufficient detail to allow us to understand
their dynamical properties. In order to understand Solar prominences, we need to observe them at sub-arcsecond
spatial resolution, with a temporal cadence sufficient to make highly transient structures visible. Adaptive
Optics capable of locking-on to off-limb prominence structure has the potential of providing diffraction limited
spectroscopy and polarimetry of prominence structure. Such an adaptive optics system will allow scientists to
come one step closer to understanding the true nature of solar prominences. In this presentation, we will detail
the design and construction of such a system.