Abstract

Many modern problems in illumination design require the use of free-form optics -a concept that is relatively new in the history of optical science. More and more, optical designers and manufacturers are applying the concepts of non-imaging optics to avoid restrictions on surface geometry and create simpler designs with better performance.

© 2007 Optical Society of America

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