Light management tool

  • 19-Oct-2009 08:22 EDT
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Available in SPEOS for Pro/Engineer, Optis’ 3D Textures application offers lighting and backlighting designers advanced optical design capabilities. This tool enables designers to model even the most complex shape of microstructure onto any possible CAD shape and surface and to mix diverse construction materials. SPEOS enables engineers and designers to carry out complex, integrated mechanical and optical simulation seamlessly within their CAD environment. Using the Optis 3D Textures solution in SPEOS, designers and engineers can create hundreds of millions of modeled points on surfaces directly inside Pro/Engineer, providing them control of how the light behaves. Optis software enables the engineer to take into account human vision and thus simulate how the product will be perceived under any lighting conditions and viewing angle.

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