Optical Design Software
Lambda Research Corporation is an innovative single-source optical design software solutions provider to the leaders in aerospace and defense, lighting, display, life sciences, industrial manufacturing, and information technology. Its seamlessly integrated suite of optical and opto-mechanical design tools includes: TracePro® - optical design suite with a menu of translators and add-ins enabling streamlined workflow and interoperability among other commercially available optical systems design and analysis software tools, and OSLO - flexible tool for lens designers.
Illumination & Opto-Mechanical Design Software
TracePro is a comprehensive, versatile optical design software tool for modeling and analyzing the propagation of light in imaging and non-imaging optical and opto-mechanical systems. Models are created by importing from a lens design program or a CAD program or by directly creating the solid geometry in TracePro. Optical properties are assigned to materials and surfaces in the model. Source rays propagate through the model of optical system with portions of the flux of each ray allocated for absorption, specular reflection and transmission, fluorescence and scattering. From the model, you can analyze and optimize an optical system and component level contributions to its performance.
TracePro Bridge for SolidWorks is an add-in to SolidWorks that allows optical designers to apply and save optical properties directly to the SolidWorks model via the TracePro System Tree within SolidWorks. To insure data integrity, a single model is used by both TracePro for ray tracing and optical analysis and by SolidWorks for mechanical design and modifying optical materials properties.
Lens Design Software
OSLO (Optics Software for Layout and Optimization) is a powerful optics design program with the scope needed to meet today's optics requirements. In addition to classical lens design features, OSLO compbines advanced ray tracing, analysis, and optimization methods with a high speed macro language to solve a wide variety of new problems in optics design.