Intraocular Diffractive Lens

Diffractive optics has become an indispensable technology in many fields to the point where nowadays it is applied in medical applications as well. One example in this field is the intraocular diffractive lens, which is implanted in the eye for the treatment of cataracts or myopia. The diffractive lens, together with the original human eye structures, makes a hybrid lens system. With VirtualLab Fusion, we show how to model and design such systems, particularly with the workflow that supports the import of Binary 2 surfaces from Zemax OpticStudio®.

Design and Analysis of Intraocular Diffractive Lens

We show how to import an intraocular diffractive lens design from Zemax OpticStudio® into VirtualLab Fusion, model it with the actual binary structure, and optimize the structure height for better performance.

Import Optical Systems from Zemax

VirtualLab Fusion supports the import of optical systems with the full 3D position information and glasses from Zemax OpticStudio®, and provides field tracing for further investigation of the imported system.

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