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Creating a Zemax Virtual Prototype with OpticStudio and LensMechanix

Soon, virtual prototyping will be as commonplace as using optimization tools to get optical products to market faster and with greater confidence. Zemax Virtual Prototyping is the only solution to create a virtual prototype of the entire optomechanical product—not just the optical or mechanical components alone. Learn how it works.

Green light on lidar: developing low-cost systems for autonomous vehicles

Green light on lidar: developing low-cost systems for autonomous vehicles

Six best practices for optical product design teams

Six best practices for optical product design teams

Creating a Zemax Virtual Prototype with OpticStudio and LensMechanix

Creating a Zemax Virtual Prototype with OpticStudio and LensMechanix

12 tips to reduce costs and speed turnaround of your optics

12 tips to reduce costs and speed turnaround of your optics

Designing for manufacturability with OpticStudio

Designing for manufacturability with OpticStudio

Trends driving innovations in optical product design

Trends driving innovations in optical product design

Designing of the James Webb Space Telescope

Designing of the James Webb Space Telescope

Creating light pipes with LensMechanix and OpticStudio

Creating light pipes with LensMechanix and OpticStudio

Designing a microscope objective with OpticStudio

Designing a microscope objective with OpticStudio

Accommodate tight space requirements with new Fold Mirror tool in LensMechanix

Accommodate tight space requirements with new Fold Mirror tool in LensMechanix

OpticStudio Basics

OpticStudio Basics

How to simulate out-of-field rejection in LensMechanix

How to simulate out-of-field rejection in LensMechanix

LensMechanix functionality and benefits

LensMechanix functionality and benefits

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