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Webinar: "Modeling Color Effects in Modern Optical Analysis Software" by Lambda Research

Lambda Research Corporation will present a comprehensive webinar on smart designs to model color effects in LED lighting systems using modern optical analysis software.

Using comprehensive properties for materials, LED spectrum, coatings, etc. attendees will see how the resulting color from an LED luminaire can be predicted using software simulation tools. The effects can include resulting spectrum, color artifacts such as rings, and changes in color coordinates. Measured versus modeled results will be shown for several examples. How optical modeling software can be used to optimize the color of a lighting system will also be presented.

 

Lambda Research

Webinar: "Modeling Color Effects in Modern Optical Analysis Software" by Lambda Research

 

 

Presenter: Dave Jacobsen

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Job title: Senior Applications Engineer, Primary Sales Engineer

Dave Jacobsen is a Senior Applications Engineer at Lambda Research Corporation with over 25 years of optical engineering experience. Dave is Lambda Research Corporation's primary sales engineer and teaches many TracePro training classes, both in the US and worldwide. Prior to coming to Lambda Research Corporation, Dave worked as a Principal Optical Engineer at PerkinElmer, formerly EG&G, working with xenon flashlamp based systems for illumination, machine vision, and process control as well as designing spectroscopy systems.

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