About Optical Simulation
In order to meet the various requirements of our customers, we possess several in-house optical simulation technologies.
In addition, we are constantly developing simulation technologies to realize state-of-the-art optical elements.
Here is an example.
Optical Multilayer Simulation
Simulation results of transmittance and reflectance of optical multilayers.
They are the key to the accuracy of our photonic crystal products.
Simulates the behavior of light, which is a wave.
It is essential for the design of photonic crystals.
(Beam propagation method, FDTD method)
Simulates the state of polarization.
This technique is indispensable for calibration of birefringence measurement systems and ellipsometers, and analysis of measurement results.
(Stokes vector, Jones vector)
Conventional polarization measurement is a point measurement and the sampling speed is insufficient to measure dynamic changes.
KAMAKIRI MEM-AS is capable of high-speed and area scanning.
This product is very effective if evaluation with high spatial resolution is essential.With the WPA series, it is possible to measure a phase difference of about 3000 nm by selecting three different wave lengths and comparing and calculating the phase difference at each wave length.
WPA Series WPA-MT
A series that expands the measurement range of phase difference from 0 to 3,500 nm by measuring the distribution of birefringence/phase difference over 3 waves. Separable light source which can be incorporated into inline and measurement stage.
Ultra-precision micro laser processing
Microfabrication technology is becoming increasingly important for next-generation EVs and semiconductor devices. We support the development of this field with our unique beam shaping, polarization control, and high speed temperature imaging technologies.
Birefringence & Stress Strain Measurement
We have improved conventional birefringence measurement from point measurement to 2-D surface measurement. High-speed, high-precision birefringence measurement contributes to quality evaluation and functional improvement of optical materials.
Full-length, full-width film quality control
With the industry's first full-surface measurement technology for birefringence distribution in optical films, we contribute to the improvement of film quality that leads to the assurance of image quality across the entire display screen.