Abstract

Two 32 × 32 array optically addressed thresholding spatial light modulators consisting of a very-large-scale-integration chip and a ferroelectric liquid-crystal modulator are presented. The intensity contrast ratios range from 3:1 and 11:1, and the response times range from 500 μs to 6 ms.

© 1991 Optical Society of America

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