Combining Sequential and Non-Sequential

September 21st, 2016

OpticStudio is the only software package in the industry that offers comprehensive optics and illumination design capabilities all in one package. These capabilities offer advantages in modeling complex components, stray light, opto-mechanics, and realistic sources. In this webinar we will illustrate: 

Using mixed-mode to model complex components in imaging/afocal systems 
Converting imaging/afocal systems to non-sequential mode for comprehensive stray light analysis 
Opto-mechanics for imaging/
afocal systems 
Realistic sources for imaging/afocal systems



About the Presenter: 
Kristen Norton spent over 2 years working as a Lasers & Optics Engineer before joining Zemax as a Senior Optical Engineer in early 2014. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Physics from Willamette University in 2011, and MS in Applied Physics at the University of Oregon as a part of the Industrial Internship Master’s Program (Optics track). Known for her ability to tackle any problem, Kristen has quickly become recognized in the industry as an OpticStudio expert.

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Cassegrain-with-field-corrector_stopmoved_mixedmode-PROD-NONSEQ_cylinders-(1).zmx
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