SUTD Sets its Sights on Chalcogenide Nanostructured Displays

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SUTD – Li Lu, Hongtao Wang, Soroosh Daqiqeh Rezaei, Yunzheng Wang, Joel K. W. Yang, and Robert E. Simpson
A*STAR – Zhaogang Dong, Febiana Tijiptoharsono, Ray Jia Hong Ng, Hai Sheng Leong and Poh Chong Lim.

An Earth abundant material, antimony trisulphide, shows potential for high resolution video displays.

SUTD sets its sights on chalcogenide nanostructured displays

Illustration of the antimony trisulphide programmable metasurface and its reflection spectrum in multiple states.

One of the key components behind next-generation high resolution video displays will be optical nanoantennas. These devices use nanotechnology to mix and interfere with light beams to produce colour and even holograms.

You can find more details at https://sutd.edu.sg/Research/Research-News/2022/1/chalcogenide-nanostructured-displays

2022-03-30T14:17:47+00:00