To fabricate an RSCF, a monolayer array of closely arranged PS or PMMA microspheres was first deposited on a poly(dimethylsiloxane) (PDMS) substrate. Then, the sticky side of a transparent adhesive tape was gently pressed onto the monolayer array of microspheres. The resulting microsphere-contained tape was peeled off from the PDMS substrate and allowed to stand overnight at ambient temperature. In Fig. 4 (J0 to J15), the RSCFs were fabricated by spin-coating a thin layer of polyacrylate adhesive on a triangle plexiglass plate and then adhering a monolayer array of PS or PMMA microspheres on the polyacrylate layer.

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