Abstract

We demonstrate a reconfigurable 3D plasmonic nanomachine, which operates in the visible wavelength range. The conformation of this 3D nanomachine can be actively switched through DNA-mediated molecular processes in a fully programmable manner.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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