Segmented MEMS Mirror Arrays, Phase II

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The objective of this proposal is to deliver state-of-the-art, bench-top deployable, large-throw and tip/tilt, low cross-talk, high resolution, highly scalable and fast response wavefront control devices (deformable mirror, or DM) based on micro-electro-mechanical (MEMS) fabrication processes. The device consists of Segmented Membrane Arrays (SMA). The design uses highly uniform (both mechanically and optically) arrays of mirror pixels to eliminate the cross talk with adjacent elements, which is usually observed in continuous membrane devices. It opens new opportunities to make ideal deformable mirrors with large-throw and independent addressing capabilities.

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