Abstract

Three-dimensional optical vortex solitons were created when a Gaussian beam containing a pair of off-axis screw dislocations propagated through a self-defocusing medium. We demonstrate rotation of the solitons around the beam axis by 90° as the nonlinearity is increased.

© 1994 Optical Society of America

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