NEWS

VirtualLab Fusion User Experience Edition (build 6.2.0.27) released!

(May 20, 2016)

The next version of VirtualLab Fusion User Experience Edition (build 6.2.0.27) has been released. There are many improvements – please have a look at the complete release notes which can be found here. In particular for the optimization of optical systems several improvements have been added. Virtua...

Meet us at LASYS, OPTATEC and CLEO in June!

(May 10, 2016)

LightTrans invites you to meet us at several exhibitions taking place in June 2016: LASYS 31 May - 2 June 2016, Stuttgart, booth 4C71.4 OPTATEC 7 June - 9 June 2016, Frankfurt, booth I29 CLEO 7 June - 9 June 2016, San Jose, CA, booth 2235 We will present the latest release of VirtualLa...

VirtualLab Training Courses September 26-30 2016 in Jena

(April 25, 2016)

LightTrans offers two Training Courses for VirtualLab taking place September 26-27 2016 and September 28-30 2016 in Jena, Germany: Course 1: “Introduction to VirtualLab” (September 26-27). Course 2: “Analysis and design of diffractive and micro optical systems” (September 28-30).Deadline...

Software and Engineering

LightTrans offers Optical Design Solutions including software and training, engineering and fabrication.    

VirtualLab Fusion software packages are available for the following applications:

You can start to use the trial version of VirtualLab Fusion to look at your optical design problem. Our engineering team can support you in all stages of your design work or can take over the responsibility for the entire project. Our customized services include:

Please contact our sales team to discuss your requirements with us.

Holographic screen for headup display applications designed with VirtualLab Fusion

VirtualLab Fusion Software Packages

The optical design software VirtualLab Fusion is designed to take you through your simulations in a step-by-step process. Start with ray tracing to investigate the basic performance of your optical system. Next, switch to geometric field tracing and quickly obtain additional information about your field values including intensity, phase, polarization, coherence, and inter­ference. Finally, combine geometric with diffractive field tracing techniques to include more wave optical effects in your simulation. You can learn more about fast physical optics modeling from these two articles (1,2).

Laser Systems Design

VirtualLab Fusion enables the optical design and simulation of laser systems for single- as well as multimode, continuous wave (cw) and pulsed laser sources. Laser systems can be designed including lenses, mirrors, diffractive optical elements, gratings and holograms. VirtualLab provides fast and accurate field and ray tracing engines in one software with an intuitive user interface. [more]

Diffractive Optics Design

VirtualLab Fusion enables the design and simulation of diffractive optical elements, micro optical elements, gratings, freeform elements and holograms for shaping, splitting, diffusing and homogenization of both, laser and LED light. Fast physical optics simulation and optimization algorithms enable the design of these elements and take into account diffraction, interference, polarization and degree of coherence. [more]

Illumination Systems Design

VirtualLab Fusion enables the design and the simulation of illumination systems for shaping, splitting, diffusing and homogenization of both, laser and LED light. The emphasis of the software package is on the usage of lens arrays, diffractive optical elements and cells arrays consisting of gratings, mirrors and prisms. Fast physical optics simulation and optimization algorithms enable the design of these optical elements. [more]

Laser Resonators Design

VirtualLab Fusion enables the calculation of transversal eigenmodes of complex laser resonators. The influence of plane and aspherical resonator end mirrors as well as plenty of intra-cavity components like sharp apertures, lenses, diffractive optical elements and freeform surfaces on the transversal resonator mode can be investigated. This enables the simulation of stable, unstable and ring resonator geometries and beam delivery systems for optical pumping. [more]