Abstract

We report self-pumped phase conjugation in a photorefractive liquid crystal light valve with a tilted feedback mirror. This is a new scheme for the self-generation of a phase-conjugate replica and can in general be applied to thin nonlinear layers, opening the way to distortion-correction applications of thin media.

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