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標題: 利用高分子穩固型液晶之可變焦距液晶補償器
Tunable-Focus Liquid Crystal Compensator Using Polymer-Stabilized Liquid Crystals
作者: 吳帝瑩
Wu, Di-Ying
關鍵字: liquid crystal;液晶;polymer stabilized liquid crystal;liquid crystal compensator;高分子穩固型液晶;液晶補償器
出版社: 機械工程學系所
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本研究利用液晶(liquid crystal, LC)之雙折射(birefringence)性質與其易受外加電場影響而重新排列取向的光電特性,並結合高分子穩固型液晶(polymer stabilized liquid crystal, PSLC) 技術與新式電極的設計,製作出一具有多種聚焦模式的液晶補償器,此補償器可與微型相機模組(compact camera module, CCM)之定焦鏡頭作搭配,不需透過機械式致動裝置即可達到變焦的效能,達到縮減相機鏡頭之重量與體積之目的。
文中以手機的定焦鏡頭組為模擬架構,並以光學設計軟體Zemax模擬在不同模式下的聚焦變化,利用其軟體裡的表面參數“gradient 1”來進行模擬,其為梯度折射率的功能,可用來模擬液晶補償器,並於模擬中得出切換模式可補償較遠及較近的影像。實作上,將RM257之UV可固性單體與液晶混合形成PSLC,並搭配新式電極,經由紫外線曝光之方式使其擁有不同的穩固型態。


Based on the characteristics of birefringence and electro-optical activity of liquid crystal (LC), which can be tuned and aligned by the external electric field, this study proposes a liquid crystal compensator with multiple focus modes by combining the technology of polymer stabilized liquid crystal (PSLC) with novel electrode design. This compensator can be collocated with the fixed-focus lens of a compact camera module (CCM) to achieve the capability of tunable focus without using the mechanical actuator. Hence, both the weight and size of the camera lens can be well reduced.
In the paper, the fixed-focus lens module of a cell phone was first adopted as the simulation model. We simulated the focus variation under different operating modes by using the optical simulation tool Zemax. The surface of “gradient 1”, which has the feature of gradient index of refraction, was used to simulate the liquid crystal compensator. It provided switchable modes to compensate the far and near of image in simulations. In fabrication, the LC was mixed with UV-curable monomer (RM257) to form the PSLC as the device material and associated with the novel electrode. By means of UV exposure, different stabilized focus modes could be properly created.
Finally, the compensator was fabricated and integrated into an optical setup in experiments. The phase retardation effects of the device under various applied voltages for different operating modes were examined. Besides, the device was also combined with a fix-focus lens to verify the variations of image formation corresponding to two modes. The experimental results show that it could accordingly switch its focusing capability for compensating the image formation in two modes.

Keywords: liquid crystal, polymer stabilized liquid crystal, liquid crystal compensator
其他識別: U0005-2610201115570700
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