Change of interference pattern using fundamental and second-harmonic wavelengths by phase shift of a beam
Interference pattern of two different wavelengths, forming a four-sided pyramid consisting of eight beams, is discussed. Synchronization between two wavelengths having a multiple relationship, which corresponds to mixing of fundamental and second-harmonic generation wavelengths, forms a stationary interference pattern successfully. Phase shift variation of a beam changes the basic pattern of interference. This technique can be a new scheme for multi-wavelength material processing with periodic structure and will increase the variation of meta-atoms fabricated by interfering femtosecond laser processing.