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51. Visualization of Ultra-Thin Semi-Transparent Metallic Films by Wave Simulations and Ray-Tracing Rendering
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Session TimeSunday, 28 July 20191:30pm - 5:30pmMonday, 29 July 201912:15pm - 1:15pmTuesday, 30 July 201912:15pm - 1:15pm
LocationSouth Hall J
DescriptionPOSTER SESSIONS: MONDAY, 29 JULY and TUESDAY, 30 JULY, 12:15-1:15 PM

Achieving desired structural coloration using nanostructures requires bottom-up design in which the electromagnetic properties of nanostructures are simulated and then extrapolated to model their visual appearance. Computer graphics technology can be used to provide visualization of the optical properties of nanostructures on large scales. We propose to use finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) simulation to model electromagnetic interaction of visible light with nanostructures and create physical-based material models to visualize their appearance by ray-tracing rendering.
Wei Sen Loi
University of British Columbia
Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka
Kenneth Chau
The University of British Columbia
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P/V Yes
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