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Liquid crystal integrated metalens with tunable chromatic aberration
Overcoming chromatic aberrations is a vital concern in imaging systems in order to facilitate fullcolor and hyperspectral imaging. By contrast, large dispersion holds opportunities for spectroscopy and tomography. Combining both functions into a single component will significantly enhance its versatility. A strategy is proposed to delicately integrate two lenses with a static resonant phase and a switchable geometric phase separately. The former is a metasurface lens with a linear phasedoi:10.1117/1.ap.2.3.036002 fatcat:7klnxjjlivbwvf3qvcgruuaqbi