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A spatial light modulator enables the dynamic generation of holographic phase patterns without the need to print or fabricate masks. Combined with advances in computer software and hardware technologies, computer generated holograms are gaining widespread use.
Real world objects are not confined to two dimensions. The ability to project 3D holograms in real-time is currently a "hot" area with many competing industrial giants such as Facebook, Google, and Microsoft.
Controlling the irradiance and phase profiles of laser beams has many industrial applications in lithography, materials processing and laser printing.
A technique utilizing highly focused laser beams to provide attractive or repulsive forces and refractive index mismatches to physically hold and manipulate microscopic dielectric similar to tweezers. Optical trapping and optical tweezers have been successfully used to study a wide variety of biological systems.
A new and emerging area in nanobiophotonics that is ripe for exploration, light robotics combine advances in microfabrication and optical micromanipulation with intelligent control ideas from robotics.
Encoded grating-based phase patterns generate complex field distributions for selective selective launching and control of a desired fiber optic mode. These advanced class of optic waveguides have a wide range of applications.
Optical encryption techniques provide several ways for encoding and securing information using phase and polarization. Fast and parallel computations in optics enable the real-time application of this technology.