Colorful Image by Aluminum Metasurface
Wei-Yi Tsai1*, Yao-Wei Huang1, Wei Ting Chen1, Pin Chieh Wu1, Chih-Ming Wang3, Greg Sun4, Din Ping Tsai1,2
1Department of Physics, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan
2Research Center for Applied Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan
3Institute of Opto-electronic Engineering, National Dong Hwa University, Hualien, Taiwan
4Department of Engineering, University of Massachusetts Boston, Boston, USA
* presenting author:Wei-Yi Tsai, email:d03245001@ntu.edu.tw
Holograms is kind of technique to reconstruct predesigned images. The traditional hologram could't store optical information with polarization which means it is polarization unswitchable, and the photoresists are always rather thick compared to the wavelength of light. In the past decade, metatarsals show the tailored and anomalous optical properties. Furthermore, metasurfaces as a subcategory of metamaterials have demonstrated with distinguished phase modulation and polarization conversion to incident light. However, the color multiplexing device has't demonstrated yet. The aluminum as a potential candidate for pushing plasmonics resonance into UV region in order to generate blue light by metasurface. So here we present a phase modulated multi-color meta-hologram (MCMH) based on aluminum plasmonics, that enables formation of polarization-dependent images with three primary colors.


Keywords: aluminum plasmonics, metasurface, hologram, multicolor