Supplementary Materials

Adaptive infrared-reflecting systems inspired by cephalopods

Chengyi Xu, George T. Stiubianu, Alon A. Gorodetsky

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Movie S1
A real-time digital camera video of the electrical actuation of a stand-alone, aluminummodified device due to the application of a square waveform (minima of 0 kV and maxima of 3.2 kV) at a frequency of 0.25 Hz.
Movie S2
A real-time infrared camera video of the electrical actuation of a stand-alone, aluminummodified device with a voltage of 3.2 kV. The device undergoes multiple sequential on/off cycles during the course of the video.
Movie S3
A real-time infrared camera video of the electrical actuation of a squid silhouette-shaped, aluminum-modified device with a voltage of 3.2 kV. The device, which is positioned above a warm surface at a constant temperature and maintained under a constant thermal flux, undergoes multiple sequential on/off cycles during the course of the video.