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What is an example of micro imprinting?




One of the best examples of wafer level optics is the camera module on your mobile phone.

The basic idea is to fabricate layers of microlenses that are stacked up to make the complete optical element, which is then bonded directly onto the image sensor of the camera, at the wafer level.

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  Answered by AskFOC Technical Team May 21, 2018



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