Simultaneously transported high- and low-index particles confined in respective optical traps with pre-programmed dynamics. Authors demonstrate real-time interactive optical micromanipulation of a colloidal mixture consisting of particles with both lower and higher refractive indices than that of the suspending medium. [See article by Rodrigo et al. Fig. 8 for details.]
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