Award-winning opto-mechanical software for the design, analysis and optimization of optical and illumination systems
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Fast & accurate raytracing simulation within SOLIDWORKS® – introducing RayViz an affordable SOLIDWORKS® add-in for managing optical and mechanical design work.

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The world’s most powerful and foremost imaging system design software used for determination of optimal size and shape of lenses and other optical components.

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TracePro is award-winning opto-mechanical software for the design, analysis and optimization of optical and illumination systems. With an intuitive CAD interface and powerful interactive optimizers, TracePro offers users a sophisticated and powerful optical design environment combined with a short learning curve to accelerate product time-to-market. Students might wish to check out our TracePro University program.

RayViz is a SOLIDWORKS® add-in that enables SOLIDWORKS® users to apply and save optical properties and raytrace directly in the SOLIDWORKS® CAD model. With RayViz, a single model is used by both TracePro (for ray tracing and optical analysis) and by SOLIDWORKS® (for mechanical design and modifying optical properties) to ensure data integrity.

OSLO (Optics Software for Layout and Optimization) is a powerful optical design program with the scope needed to meet today’s optical design requirements. In addition to classical lens design features, OSLO combines advanced ray tracing, analysis, and optimization methods with a high speed macro language to solve a wide variety of new problems in optical design. Learn more about OSLO and OSLO EDU programs.

TracePro Spring Training Courses 2018

Join us at our headquarters for TracePro Spring Training Courses 2018. TracePro is a flexible and powerful ray tracing program based on ACIS®, the industry-standard solid modeling kernel. It predicts intensity patterns in candelas and calculates illuminance on any...
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New Webinar: Check out our New Surface Property for TracePro!

TracePro now features a new and improved Surface Property utility. In this webinar Dave Jacobsen, Senior Application Engineer for Lambda Research Corporation, will talk about the new Surface Property utility, as well as it’s features and capabilities. The webinar will...
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NASA Spinoff

Light-Analysis Software Explodes across Industries Information Technology NASA Technology Edward Freniere and a partner founded Lambda Research Corporation in 1992 with the idea of developing software to simulate the behavior of light, basing their first product on...
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