Abstract

We present the evolution of initial imaging experiments and micro-electro-mechanical systems mirrors toward a commercialized product. Feasibility of 10-mm-diameter freestanding SU-8 deformable mirrors for achieving fast focus and zoom in microscopy is also shown.

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