We suggest a novel strategy for spectrally selective optical shielding of arbitrary shaped volumes by arranging specifically designed two- or three-layer nanowires around an area that needs to be protected. We show that such nanowire shields preserve their functionality for almost arbitrary geometry, and we term such structures optical metacages. We analyze several designs of such optical metacages made from either metallic or dielectric materials with experimentally measured parameters. We...[Show more]
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