Meadowlark Optics analog spatial light modulators offer high resolution and speed
Two analog spatial light modulators work to control incident light in amplitude, phase, or a combination of both on a pixel-by-pixel basis.
Two analog spatial light modulators (SLMs) work to control incident light in amplitude, phase, or a combination of both on a pixel-by-pixel basis for computer-generated holography (CGH) used in optogenetics, microscopy, wavefront correction, beam steering, and telecommunications, among other applications. The 1920 × 1152 SLM provides a very stable phase response, high fill factor, and high optical power handling, as well as 12 bits of phase control at each pixel. The 512 × 512 version offers larger pixels and additional optical shielding for use in high-power laser applications.