Attention all optical designers and optical enthusiasts! We are pleased to announce the latest innovation in optical simulation technology - the Deformable Phase Plate Digital Model! With this powerful model, optical designers can now import Deformable Phase Plate (DPP) technology as a digital twin into their favorite ray-tracing tools, such as Ansys Zemax OpticStudio, opening up new realms of possibilities for their optical designs.
Using the DPP Zemax model, you can analyze and optimize the effect of the phase modulation introduced by the DPP on various optical parameters, such as wavefront aberrations, beam shaping, and adaptive optics applications. This integration between DPP and ray-tracing simulation allows you to explore, refine, and perfect your optical designs in a virtual environment, significantly reducing the need for costly physical prototyping.
As part of our commitment to fostering innovation and collaboration in the optics community, we invite you to register for early access to the alpha release. By joining our alpha testing program, you will have the exclusive opportunity to explore the capabilities of the DPP Zemax model, provide valuable feedback, and help shape its future development.
Stay tuned for more updates, tutorials, and case studies that will showcase the full potential of the DPP Zemax model and inspire you to create innovative optical systems.
Join us on this exciting journey of innovation as we pave the way for the future of optical simulation with the Deformable Phase Plate Zemax model!