Abstract

A new type of electron-beam-addressed spatial light modulator has been demonstrated. It is based on the local tuning of an optothermal nonlinear interference filter by the scanned electron beam. Such an e-beam-tunable interference filter device should find applications in both display technology and optical data processing.

© 1988 Optical Society of America

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