Nanodevice Maps the Angle of Light to Color and Vice Versa

Imagine a miniature device that suffuses each room in your house with a different hue of the rainbow—purple for the living room, perhaps, blue for the bedroom, green for the kitchen. A team led by scientists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has, for the first time, developed nanoscale devices that divide incident white light into its component colors based on the direction of illumination, or directs these colors to a predetermined set of output angles.

Nanodevice Maps the Angle of Light to Color and Vice Versa

Nanoscale devices could drastically alter how color displays are designed and improve the efficiency of photovoltaics

Fri 10 Nov 17 from IEEE Spectrum

Color me purple, or red, or green, or ...

Scientists have, for the first time, developed nanoscale devices that divide incident white light into its component colors based on the direction of illumination, or directs these colors to ...

Tue 7 Nov 17 from ScienceDaily

Color me purple, or red, or green, or ..., Tue 7 Nov 17 from Eurekalert

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