Abstract

Top-down and bottom-up fabrication techniques are developed and applied for an isotropic infrared metamaterial that consists of fourfold-symmetric 3D SRRs. Mass-productive formation of the 3D SRRs was achieved by metal-stress driven self-folding process.

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