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Littleton, MA, USA – Lambda Research Corporation, the leading designer and manufacturer of illumination and optical design software, announces Spring TracePro® Training Courses, March 23-27, 2015 at Lambda Research Corporation Headquarters, 25 Porter Road, Littleton, Massachusetts. Four courses are planned; the first course is a two-day session comprised of standard TracePro introductory training; the second session focuses on teaching the optimization process using TracePro's 2D and 3D interactive optimizers; the third session focuses on performing stray light analysis, and the fourth course is an introduction to scheme programing. These sessions are intended to immerse users into the TracePro experience and ensure maximum productivity in the software's optical system design environment.
TracePro offers the most powerful and sophisticated illumination and optical design and analysis software available for illumination, lighting, biomedical and stray light analysis and particularly LED implementation into lamps and luminaires. TracePro streamlines the prototype-to-manufacturing process by combining an intuitive 3D CAD interface, superior ray-tracing performance, advanced utilities, and seamless interoperability with other mechanical design programs.
The latest release, TracePro v7.6, includes the capability to create repetitive features on curved surfaces, new diffuser catalogs, new macro editor and a simplified menu structure that broadens the program's capabilities. The BrightView and Bayer Makrolon® diffuser sheet catalogs are now available as surface property catalogs in the TracePro v7.6 optical properties database. TracePro's Source Editor has been expanded to operate on Grid and File sources. The incident ray table now includes Optical Path Length information for each ray. The solar utility has been enhanced to add multiple solar tracking solutions and to calculate turbidity over a period.
To sign up or find out more about this TracePro Training Session, visit http://www.lambdares.com/training/software-training or email [email protected]
For other information on what Lambda Research Corporation has to offer, visit their web site, or Ask an Optics Expert to have a technical representative assist you directly.