Programming Custom Surfaces
One of the fundamental strengths of the optical modeling and design software VirtualLab Fusion lies in its extremely modular approach: a gateway to provide maximum versatility to the user. This versatility is additionally turbocharged by the fact that many of the aforementioned modules which constitute VirtualLab allow for customization via data import or programming. In this newsletter we take a closer look at how to program custom surfaces. We present below a thorough tutorial on the topic which includes a simple example rolled out in-depth, and one additional programming sample for further illustration.
How to Work with the Programmable Interface & Example (Spherical Surface)
Learn how to program your own custom surfaces in VirtualLab Fusion along this in-depth tutorial and example.
Programming a Sinusoidal Surface
Extend your knowledge of how to program surfaces in VirtualLab Fusion with this condensed example of a sinusoidal interface.
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