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    Thumbs up Metalens technology takes a leap forward - Harvard SEAS



    This article describes the "metalens" - very cool technology.

    Single metalens focuses all colors of the rainbow in one point | Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

    I found we had last discussed metalens-related tech about 18 months ago - thought it was worth updating.
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    Default Re: Metalens technology takes a leap forward - Harvard SEAS

    Hopefully this technology can move at a brisk pace and we can see large enough glass to start putting into scopes at a reasonable price.
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