Abstract

Micro-optics includes a family of optical components that are fabricated by modern micromachining, such as optical lithography, direct laser and e-beam writing, reactive ion etching. The paper presents the development of micro-optics since the introduction of microfabrication techniques. We discuss what we have learned and present recent developments.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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