Vir­tual­Lab Fusion Appli­ca­ti­ons, Tech­no­logy & Workflows

Con­trol of the Accu­racy-Speed Balance in Opti­cal Design of AR/MR Devices

13 June 2023
10:00 – 11:00 or 18:00 – 19:00 (CEST)
Free Webinar



The design of opti­cal devices for aug­men­ted and mixed rea­lity (AR & MR) epi­to­mi­zes the most important chal­lenges that one must unavo­id­a­bly face in the mode­ling and design pro­cess of com­plex opti­cal sys­tems for modern appli­ca­ti­ons: striking a deli­cate balance bet­ween accu­racy and speed, while retai­ning the fle­xi­bi­lity as a user to adjust said balance as necessary.

Com­plex phy­si­cal effects like the inter­fe­rence bet­ween over­lap­ping beam foot­prints and how it affects eye-box uni­for­mity, the cohe­rence pro­per­ties of the employed source, the ent­an­gle­ment bet­ween the initial pola­riza­tion state of the light that enters the sys­tem and the vec­to­rial effects intro­du­ced by the dif­fe­rent com­pon­ents in the sys­tem, or the influence of dif­frac­tion on the point spread function/modulation trans­fer func­tion of the device up to and inclu­ding the human eye, are just a handful of examp­les of com­plex phy­si­cal phe­no­mena which cou­ple tog­e­ther in an AR/MR wave­guide to influence the final per­for­mance of the device.

Being able to include all these effects (and many more!) when requi­red, while at the same time ensu­ring that the simu­la­tion remains as fast as pos­si­ble, is exactly what the soft­ware Vir­tual­Lab Fusion offers through its fle­xi­ble com­bi­na­tion of inter­ope­ra­ble mode­ling tech­ni­ques on a sin­gle plat­form. And you always remain in the dri­ving seat, with full con­trol of the simu­la­tion para­me­ters, so that you can strike the balance that you need.

Join our web­i­nar to not only see what Vir­tual­Lab Fusion is alre­ady capa­ble of in the field of AR & MR, but also to get a sneak peek at the exci­ting upco­ming fea­tures, like the Dis­tri­bu­ted Com­pu­ting Tool­box and the Opti­miza­tion Tool­box!

You will after­wards surely agree with us when we say:

„Vir­tual­Lab Fusion. As accu­rate as nee­ded. As fast as possible.“


Olga Bal­adron-Zorita | Senior Opti­cal Engineer
Olga Bal­adron-Zorita is employed as a Senior Opti­cal Engi­neer at Light­Trans Inter­na­tio­nal. Among other tasks, she con­ducts web­i­nars and trai­ning cour­ses based on Vir­tual­Lab Fusion.

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