May 07, 2021

Introducing the OpticStudio STAR Module

Introducing the OpticStudio STAR Module

Zemax is excited to announce the coming launch of our OpticStudio Structural, Thermal, Analysis and Results (STAR) module. Coming in late May 2021, the new OpticStudio STAR module will allow engineers to streamline their workflows by visualizing and analyzing the impact of their structural and thermal factors within OpticStudio. For the first time, users will be able to visualize FEA data from any source natively within OpticStudio.

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May 06, 2021

Introduction to stray light analysis

Introduction to stray light analysis

This blog post introduces how to prepare for stray light analysis by using the Convert to NSC Group tool to convert a sequential system to non-sequential mode.

In photography, a common source of stray light is a vital light source (such as the Sun) outside the field of view. Light from such sources can reach the image plane via scattering from the system's mechanical or optical components. Alternatively, light from a source inside the field of view can undergo multiple secondary reflections at lens surfaces before focused on the image surface. 

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May 04, 2021

Get involved with Zemax: Upcoming events and webinars

Get involved with Zemax: Upcoming events and webinars

Zemax has a full calendar of webinars and events to keep everyone busy over the next few months! Be sure to catch our team at the various virtual programs and mark your calendar to join us for one of our upcoming webinars! 

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April 29, 2021

How to design DOE lens or metalens in OpticStudio

How to design DOE lens or metalens in OpticStudio

Diffractive Optical Elements (DOEs) and Metasurfaces / Metalenses are gaining increasing popularity in optical system design, for applications ranging from cell phone lenses to AR/VR headsets, from 3D sensing to illumination. But simulating and designing for systems that include DOEs or  metalenses are always tricky. There is no generalized method to handle all situations. Designers need to decide the strategy for their systems case by case. Many design processes require two different optical theory/algorithms to separately handle the beam propagation in free space and in microstructure, while others use only pure raytracing to achieve the goal.

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April 28, 2021

How to model an Optical Coherence Tomography system

How to model an Optical Coherence Tomography system

Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) is a tomographic imaging system that can produce cross-sectional or three-dimensional images based on light reflected or scattered from the image. Imaging of medical tissue is the most typical application of this system since OCT is safe and high resolution, although the depth to which the light can penetrate is limited to the order of millimeters.

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