New tools tackle stray light and simulate more photoluminescent materials, plus mobility and usability improvements increase ease of use
New stray light analysis tools help identify and block unwanted rays in optical systems and streamline stray light analysis to deliver accurate, consistent results faster. Optical engineers working on biomedical, automotive lighting, and other applications that use phosphors and fluorescent materials can now model a wider range of these materials. Usability improvements include faster rendering of analysis windows, and faster results in Layout plots and Shaded Model plots when modifying designs. Plus, you can now transfer your soft key license from one computer to another in two easy steps. This release includes the new Bernhard Halle Lens Catalog, new Nikon Material Catalog, and updated catalogs from NHG, Ohara, Zeon, and Hoya.