In a paper, published in Applied Physics Letters, we present a flexible holographic metasurface operating in the mm-wave range.
The implementation of this metasurface is a three-layer structure using c-rings to encode the hologram and is implemented in both rigid and flexible designs.
Furthermore, we present simulations and experimental results of the resultant holographic images.
This work is of practical relevance for retrofitting existing mm-wave equipment for applications related to antennas (e.g. for 5G) and electromagnetic shielding.