LightTrans USA L.P. distributes VirtualLab Fusion fast optical design software in North America. Optimize your products or your manufacturing process!
LightTrans USA L.P. distributes VirtualLab Fusion fast optical design software in North America. Optimize your products or your manufacturing process! Analyze, simulate and optimize your optical system with fast physical optical algorithms, not just ray tracing.
Since 1999, LightTrans' software products have shortened or enabled the development cycles of innovative optical components and systems for application areas such as light shaping, optical metrology, imaging systems, laser technology, augmented and mixed reality.
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Modeling and design of light-guide-based display systems for AR/MR applications.
Define any kind of light guide layout with the flexible grating region concept and check out the optical performance of a complete system. - Based on the Fourier modal method (FMM, a.k.a RCWA), the grating response (including direction, wavelength, and polarization) is fully included in the calculation.
The Gold edition provides the world’s first grating design algorithm for common light guide layouts.
Seamless simulation of diffractive and metasurfaces in complete optical systems
Model and design metasurfaces, diffractive lenses, holographic optical elements, diffractive beam splitter, diffuser, and beam shaper! A step-by-step design session editor guides you through the entire design, from gathering system information and target specification to boundary conditions and algorithm parameter settings. Performance evaluation functions are provided, as well as manufacturing tolerance analysis.
VirtualLab Fusio provides a wide range of optical simulation technologies for many applications, including physical-optics-based light sources and detectors, such as ultrashort pulse modeling, VCSEL modeling, or fiber coupling analysis. The channel concept allows convenient modeling of interferometric systems such as Michelson and Mach-Zehnder interferometers and optical etalons. All aperture diffraction effects can be considered within a system, for both imaging and laser systems.
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