In this study, we mainly investigated the effect of the dimensions of a coplanar inner floating ring (CIFR) on the lens performance in CIFR–hole-patterned electrode liquid crystal lenses (HPELCLs) at 100 Hz of the electrical driving frequency. The operation and threshold voltages in CIFR–HPELCLs are approximately 76% compared with those of the conventional HPELCL. The diameter of the CIFR with 360 μm in relation to imaging capabilities and those of the conventional glass lens and HPELCL were analyzed via the modulation transfer function. The relative mechanisms of the CIFR dimensions and the lens performance were also examined. An electric circuit model was used to analyze and illustrate the experimental results.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Chemical Engineering(all)
- Materials Science(all)
- Condensed Matter Physics
- Inorganic Chemistry