Colorful overtaking when it comes to photography is a fact of life. High quality gear – especially the combination of lenses – and user skills can reduce the ball-story purple fringe. But, if you can remove a simple layer CA on your lens? Enter a team of researchers from the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) who completed this exactly.
Called "Metacortor", the coatings are made up of "single layer surfaces of nanostructures" according to the press release of the SEAT.
Structures can be seen in the image below.
Structures, or "nanopilators", change the speed at which the focus reaches the focal point, reduces or removes the colored reversal:
"You can imagine light because it is distributed to various packets at different speeds spread over nanopilars. We have created nanopolars so that all these packets come at the same time at the focal spot and at the same time period with width." Research of CES's Applied Physics Wei Ting Chen, research and paper's first author, said.
Here is another image, where photos taken with photos (left) and metacortor (right) are shown. As you can see, the difference is big.
I know that all of us are submerging due to potential possibilities for photographers here, but there are a lot of applications in technology – for example, where the clarity is paramount on a high-resolution microscope.
And, while Harvard is exploring " [commercialisation] Opportunities ", I think he urges us to be there for a while before going down for us.
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