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FluidFocus: Philips liquid optics for handheld devices

What do you think, is there anything in common between the eye device, immersion lithography and new technologies for the lenses of built-in cameras of portable devices?? As it turns out, there is. The optical system of the eye uses the difference in the refractive index of light by the material of the lens, eye fluid and air (this is what explains the deterioration of human vision under water, since the difference in refractive indices becomes different, and this interferes with correct focusing to the center of the pupil, although in some animals, in particular , dolphins, this effect is minimal due to the special, concentric shape of the pupil, due to which dolphins see equally well both in the air and under water). In immersion lithography, the same effect is used to achieve smaller image sizes. And at CeBIT 2021 Philips to showcase a new lens solution for portable photographic devices.

The Philips optical system is able to readjust the focal length without any mechanical part, thanks to the use of the difference in refractive indices of light – FluidFocus technology.

FluidFocus consists of two immiscible fluids with different refractive indices in a short, closed tube with transparent ends. One liquid is a conductive solution, the other is a non-conductive oil. The inner surface of the tube and one of the ends is hydrophobic, as a result of which the surface tension forces of the aqueous solution accumulating near the hydrophilic end give it a convex shape.

When the electric potential changes on a hydrophobic coating, partial wetting (electrowetting) occurs – compensation of surface tension forces by electric attraction forces. By varying the potential, it is possible to achieve a flat and even concave shape of the refractive surface, which plays the role of a lens.

FluidFocus prototype is 3mm in diameter and 2.2mm in length, making it suitable for miniature lenses. The focal length of the lens changes quickly enough: from 5 cm to infinity in less than 10 ms. In this case, the power consumption of such a lens is practically zero, since electric current, as is known, almost does not flow through dielectrics. Philips claims liquid lens prototypes are now ready to go into commercial production.

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