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Three-dimensional mechanical metamaterials with a twist

Tobias Frenzel, Muamer Kadic, Martin Wegener

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Movie S1
The following link leads to an optical microscopy movie of the experiment for N = 3. The left part of the movie exhibits a bottom view of the sample onto the plate in between the left- and right-handed part of the sample (compare Fig. 2C). The right part is a side view onto the same sample. Upon pushing onto the sample, one can see a rotation around the pushing axis on the left and a compression along the pushing axis on the right-hand side. The resulting rotation angle divided by the axial strain is depicted in Fig. 3A for different samples. In contrast to Fig. 2C, all arrows are shown on the same scale as the images in the background.