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Webinar: "Designing & Optimizing Light Guides/Pipes - Tips & Tricks for a Streamlined Process" by Lambda Research

The Light Guide Design and Optimization webinar will teach viewers how to enhance the efficiency and output uniformity of their design. Viewers will learn how to take advantage of Total Internal Reflection, when to use diffusers and resins, and how to use photorealistic rendering to see exact light pipe output before moving to the costly prototyping stage. There will also be a full demo of how to use 3D CAD software to virtually prototype light pipes to avoid a trial-and-error design process.

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Webinar: "Designing & Optimizing Light Guides/Pipes - Tips & Tricks for a Streamlined Process" by Lambda Research

 

 

Presenter
Michael Gauvin is the Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Lambda Research Corporation with over 30 years of optical engineering experience. Michael has vast experience designing and analyzing illumination systems and implementing stray light studies with various optical engineering programs including Lambda Research’s TracePro, TracePro Bridge and OSLO programs.  He has worked on some very high profile systems including a stray light analysis of the Hubble Space Telescope, the design of the light pipe for the 2nd generation Microsoft Mouse and the Bionix® Ear Curette that won the MDEA award for design excellence.

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