1pm EDT, October 12th, 2017 – Click here to register
Learn how to design luminaires with desired output performance in less time using virtual prototyping.
In this webinar, attendees will learn how to design better and more efficient luminaires with the desired angular and spatial output using Lambda Research’s TracePro software. TracePro is a 3D CAD virtual prototyping program with the horsepower and tools to simulate and design luminaires.
Presenter Dave Jacobsen will demonstrate detailed procedures for modeling light energy propagation in a luminaire model; producing desired output objectives; and optimizing models for light efficiency and output.
What you’ll learn:
How to design luminaires for maximum efficiency and specified angular output
How to use photorealistic rendering to make sure a luminaire works as designed
When to use diffusers to improve design output
How to create reports and check luminaire output for design regulations
Tips and Tricks to create better performing luminaires in less time
Who should attend:
Anyone designing luminaires who finds their current process hard or impossible and is trying to get simulation results to match measured output.
About the presenter:
Dave Jacobsen is a senior applications engineer at Lambda Research Corporation with over 30 years of optical engineering experience. Jacobsen is Lambda Research Corporation’s primary sales engineer and teaches many TracePro training classes in the U.S. and worldwide. Prior to coming to Lambda Research Corporation, he worked as a principal optical engineer at PerkinElmer, formerly EG&G, working with xenon flashlamp-based systems for illumination, machine vision and process control as well as designing spectroscopy systems for biomedical applications.
This webinar is presented by Lambda Research Corporation, a leading designer and publisher of illumination and optical design software. Taking place on October 12 at 1 p.m. EDT and available on-demand after that date, this webinar complements Efficient Light Pipe Design Using Virtual Prototyping, which will also presented by Lambda Research on September 19th.