Silicon nanoblock arrays create vivid colors with subwavelength resolution

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Silicon nanoblock arrays create vivid colors with subwavelength resolution

Researchers in Japan have demonstrated a range of highly tunable vivid color pixels controlled by the geometry of a monocrystalline silicon metamaterial surface. The pixels created showed dual-color response dependent on the polarization of the light source, as well as subwavelength resolution. These materials have potential applications in high-resolution printing, particularly for anti-counterfeiting technology. They could also be used for optical data storage and three-dimensional displays.

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