OpticStudio’s intuitive user interface includes easy-to-learn tools and wizards which enable efficient simulation and design of any optical system.
With more than 200 field points you can set up even the most complex freeform and non-rotationally symmetric systems.
Design high-confidence virtual prototypes with the only optical design software that can model everything from imaging optics to illumination, including stray light analysis.
OpticStudio includes a suite of optical engineering tools to analyze the performance of your system. In addition to the classic analysis functions, OpticStudio also offers Full-field Aberration analysis to improve freeform designs; contrast analysis for MTF optimization; and Image Simulation to produce photorealistic images of object scenes.
State-of-the-art optimization tools automatically improve the performance of optical designs based on user-defined constraints and design goals. This saves time by eliminating design iterations.
Optimize for MTF up to 10x faster with Contrast Optimization – which removes multiple design and test steps inherent in older processes.
For years, the Monte Carlo tolerance analysis in OpticStudio has been the gold standard for simulating how designs perform in the real world.
More optical research papers rely on OpticStudio to accurately simulate their designs than any other optical software.
With OpticStudio, optical engineers are confident that their systems will meet the real-world performance demands of their customers.
With the ZOS-API, you can create standalone applications, build your own analyses, and control OpticStudio externally using C#, C++, MATLAB and Python.
Zemax Programming Language (ZPL) enables you to write your own macros to automate repetitive processes.
Custom DLLs allow creation of any surfaces, objects, sources, and scatter functions.
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