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LightTools® is a unique optical engineering and design software product that features virtual prototyping, simulation, optimization, and photorealistic renderings of illumination applications. The software has adapted solid modeling technology to accommodate the inherent accuracy required to simulate ray paths of light as they traverse through and within optical elements and mechanical structures. LightTools is straightforward to use, accurate, has the most advanced capabilities commercially available, and supports the tasks of design and engineering iterations in addition to analysis.

Read more about LightTools\’ features:

* A Robust Design and Analysis Tool
* Virtual Prototyping
* System Optimization
* SolidWorks® Link Module
* Photorealistic Rendering
* Ease of Use
* Reliability, Accuracy, Performance
Virtual Prototyping

The time and cost of building physical prototypes as part of an iterative engineering design process is not necessary if software can accurately model and simulate system performance. For optical systems where light and/or energy needs to be simulated, LightTools provides an excellent and reliable alternative (or compliment) to physical prototypes.

Real World Effects
Polarization, scattering off of surfaces and within materials, surface reflection and refraction, and the performance of thin film coatings and color filters are examples of real-world effects that can be included in your system analysis.

Monte Carlo Simulation
The Monte Carlo based ray tracing features provide the flexibility necessary for designers who want to iterate and evolve initial design concepts to maximize the utility and functionality of their illumination system design.

Throughout the Monte Carlo simulation, analysis output is updated at user-defined intervals. You have the ability to stop, change the graphical data displays, and then continue the Monte Carlo ray trace. The data display modifications include changing the size of the receiver data collection area, the number of rays, the resolution of the receiver bins, color mapping and data smoothing. You can also filter the data according to a variety of criteria to improve understanding of the results. A user option enables the paths of traced rays to be displayed graphically.

The efficiency of the ray trace and illumination calculations can be maximized by defining spatial or directional aim areas to limit the extent of the source emissivity to important regions in the model.
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