Dual-channel quantum meta-hologram for display

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  • Yubin Fan
  • Hong Liang
  • Yuhan Wang
  • Fangxing Lai
  • Shumin Xiao
  • Jensen Li


Original languageEnglish
Article number016011
Journal / PublicationAdvanced Photonics Nexus
Issue number1
Online published19 Jan 2024
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2024



Quantum technologies rely on creating and manipulating entangled sources, which are essential for quantum information, communication, and imaging. By integrating quantum technologies and all-dielectric metasurfaces, the performance of miniature display devices can be enhanced to a higher level. Miniature display technology, such as virtual reality display, has achieved original commercial success, and was initially applied to immersive games and interactive scenes. While the consumer market has quickly adopted this technology, several areas remain for improvement, including concerns around bulkiness, dual-channel display, and noise reduction. Here, we experimentally realize a quantum meta-hologram concept demonstration of a miniature display. We fabricate an ultracompact meta-hologram based on 1μm thick titanium dioxide (TiO2). The meta-hologram can be remotely switched with heralding technique and is robust against noise with the quantum entangled source. The platform can alter the miniature display channel by manipulating heralding photons’ polarization, removing speckles and multiple reflective light noise, improving imaging contrast, and potentially decreasing device weight. Imaging contrast increases from 0.36 dB under speckle noise influences to 6.8 dB in quantum correlation imaging. This approach has the potential to miniaturize quantum displays and quantum communication devices. © The Authors.

Research Area(s)

  • quantum, meta-hologram, display, metasurface, dual channel

Citation Format(s)

Dual-channel quantum meta-hologram for display. / Fan, Yubin; Liang, Hong; Wang, Yuhan et al.
In: Advanced Photonics Nexus, Vol. 3, No. 1, 016011, 01.2024.

Research output: Journal Publications and ReviewsRGC 21 - Publication in refereed journalpeer-review

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