Arbitrary Manipulation of Light Intensity by Bilayer Aluminum Metasurfaces
Realizing the arbitrary manipulation of light intensity on the microscale is a fundamental requirement for the miniaturization and integration of optical devices, which would have a substantial impact in the fields of high‐resolution imaging and information encryption. Metasurfaces, which have unprecedented capabilities for light manipulation, provide an alternative way to achieve this requirement. Here, alignment‐free bilayer metasurfaces composed of aluminum nanorods are utilized to realize...[Show more]
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