Blender 3D

The 3D illustrations shown in the gallery are made using Blender, a free and open source 3D creation software,  which can be downloaded at https://www.blender.org/. I have made the source files for these renderings available below, along with a short explanation for each file.

1-Fabry-Pérot Optomechanical cavity

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2-Cavity Optoelectromechanical system

COEMS

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3-Fiber tapers

fiber

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4-Rendering liquids in Blender

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5-On-chip optomechanical resonators with integrated waveguides

mesa_synchroinsert

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6- Photoelectrochemical tuning of resonators

PEC

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7- Superfluid optomechanical resonator

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8- Electrically tunable double disk resonators

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picture

9- Cascaded coupled resonators

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cascaded coupled resonators

10 – Basic animation – mirror on spring

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spring_animation

11 – Vortex in a glass of water

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vortex in glass of water

12 – Quantized vortices in superfluid helium

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