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Using Dynamic Plasmonic Colors for Optical Cryptography

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We experimentally demonstrate an all-aluminum metasurface that generates tunable plasmonic colors depending on the polarization states of the incident and reflected light. The metasurface produces high-resolution images and can be used to encrypt arbitrary information.

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