Abstract

This paper demonstrates that microlens rasters that transfer an image from screens with no brightness loss can be created on a glass substrate by using UV radiation in combination with high-temperature ion-exchange diffusion. The dependence of the microlens parameters on the conditions of ion-exchange processing are investigated. An expression is obtained that makes it possible to estimate the height of the segments and consequently the radius of curvature of the microlenses as a function of the duration of the ion-exchange diffusion. © 2005 Optical Society of America

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