Abstract

We present printable laser devices formed by dispersing dye doped chiral nematic liquid crystals in solution processible polymers. Unlike current technology, this allows lasers to be formed on a wide variety of surfaces, e.g. paper, plastic, metal.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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