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intr. & tr.v. dif·fract·ed, dif·fract·ing, dif·fracts
To undergo or cause to undergo diffraction.

[Back-formation from diffraction.]

dif·frac′tive adj.
dif·frac′tive·ly adv.
dif·frac′tive·ness n.
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Meanwhile the company 3dcd is now renamed as Diffractive Arts.
Design and Fabrication of Diffractive Optical Elements With MATLAB Codes (CD-ROM included)
A PICOSECOND 755-NM alexandrite laser using a novel diffractive lens array safely and effectively treats facial wrinkles, reported Robert A.
Rambus is working on Lensless Smart Sensors (LSS), which work by replacing the focusing components with an ultra-miniaturized diffractive optic, thereby bypassing the issues lenses create.
2,3 These IOLs employ apodized diffractive technology to decrease photic phenomena while providing simultaneous vision at distance and near foci.
Applications of the manipulation of light using diffractive optical elements (DOEs) are found in such areas as telecommunications, electronics, laser technologies, and biomedical engineering.
Different technologies have been used to fabricate computer generated holograms and diffractive optical elements (DOE) over a variety of substrates [6-8].
The image is comprised of a first region including a first plurality of diffractive pigment flakes each having a diffractive structure that forms a pattern of lines or grooves, wherein most of the first plurality of diffractive pigment flakes are oriented in a selected first orientation such that the lines or grooves of the flakes are substantially parallel to each other and a second region.
It offers capabilities in optical system modeling, tolerancing and optimization to calculate, for example, the scalar diffraction efficiency of a diffractive surface, useful in the design of spectrometers and other grating systems.
The apodized diffractive lens, known as the AcrySof ReSTOR IOL model MA60D3, was designed to provide a broad functional range, said Dr.
The ChipEncoder features diffractive optics technology to provide rotary position feedback of 3300 to 160,000 cpr and 100 to 1000 cpmm of linear feedback for precise, closed-loop motion control.