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EPIC Meeting on Advanced Microoptics: Simulation, Fabrication & Characterization at Nanoscribe

11 - 12 May 2022

The purpose of this meeting is to connect the supply chain of advanced manufacturing of microoptics with use cases in different application fields.

EPIC Meeting on Advanced Microoptics: Simulation, Fabrication & Characterization at Nanoscribe

On 11 May Frank Wyrowsky will talk about design tools for advanced micro-optical systems and show examples of flat optics designs.

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Multiphysical System Modeling and Optimization in Optics Development

in this webinar we would like to provide insight into the general workflow of a process and product optimization using several examples.

Multiphysical System Modeling and Optimization in Optics Development

30 March 2022
10:00 – 11:00 (CEST)
Webinar Language: GERMAN
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Analysis and Optimization of Lightguides for Augmented & Mixed Reality

16 February 2022

The fast physical optics modeling and design software VirtualLab Fusion is perfectly placed to become the simulation tool of choice for optical engineers working in AR and MR...

Next-Generation Optics Software: Trends in Technology

18 January 2022

President Frank Wyrowski introduces an alternative approach to optical systems modeling in this webinar: identifying and applying the generalization of ray optics inside the framework of physical optics...

Next-Generation Optics Software: Trends in Technology

18 January 2022
President Frank Wyrowski introduces an alternative approach to optical systems modeling in this webinar: identifying and applying the generalization of ray optics inside the framework of physical optics. He presents modeling software that results from answering this question, showcasing how physical optics modeling can be made more practical and useful for advancing technologies such as AR/MR devices.
Physical optics calculation software typically provides a single solving program for Maxwell’s equations. Field solvers like finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) or finite element method (FEM) enable the modeling and design of specific micro- and nano-optics structures but, because of their high numerical effort, which tends to scale up with the size of the system, are not by themselves a realistic approach to system modeling.

Advanced Modeling of Microlens Arrays with VirtualLab Fusion

23 November 2021

The new Microlens Array component with its optional lateral channel decomposition technology makes the simulation of MLAs most efficient...

Advanced Modeling of Microlens Arrays with VirtualLab Fusion

23 November 2021
The new Microlens Array component with its optional lateral channel decomposition technology makes the simulation of MLAs most efficient.
In modern optical systems, the applications of microlens arrays (MLAs) cover a broad and varied range: as the main component in Shack-Hartmann sensors or in light field cameras, as collimating elements for emitter arrays (VCSEL or diode bars) or playing a vital role in diffusers and homogenizers. These are just some of the many uses to which this type of element can be put.

The new Microlens Array component in the fast physical optics modeling and design software VirtualLab Fusion with its optional lateral channel decomposition technology makes the simulation of optical systems containing MLAs much more efficient and user-friendly. It gives control to the user, allowing him to investigate the behavior of each microlens in the array independently, or of all of them together. At the same time, all the perks of the field tracing technology that has become the signature of this powerful software are still there: the different modeling levels are the key to the consideration of diffraction in different parts of the system.

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