Unusual superhelix-like patterns on the surface of azopolymer films (see Figure) have been directly photofabricated by exposure to a laser interference pattern. Each superhelix-like pattern is aligned parallel to the others, with a diameter of micrometer scale that could be controlled by the laser interference periodicity.
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