Subwavelength imaging with materials of in-principle arbitrarily low index contrast
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Perfect imaging with Maxwell's fish eye opens the exciting prospect of passive imaging systems with a resolution no longer limited by the wave nature of light. But it also challenges some of the accepted wisdom of super-resolution imaging and therefore has been subject to controversy and discussion. Here we describe an idea for even simpler perfect-imaging systems based on geometrical optics and prove by experiment that it works.
Ma , Y G , Sahebdivan , S , Ong , C K , Tyc , T & Leonhardt , U 2012 , ' Subwavelength imaging with materials of in-principle arbitrarily low index contrast ' , New Journal of Physics , vol. 14 , 025001 . https://doi.org/10.1088/1367-2630/14/2/025001
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