We've received an inquiry from a customer about Zemax file of Light Commander. It seems we have limited information about this file. Here are the customer's inquiries.
"I just want to know, from the link:e2e.ti.com/.../298218I have download ZEMAX file of Light Commander.Could you tell me that the parameters and data of this file are real and after error examination and tolerance processing?Cuz I think whole system's image quality and efficieny dont well enough, have some aberration and distortion.For another question, the optical back length of projection part absolutely impossible 1000mm, how can I get back length of projection part?"
Can you help us with these inquiries?
Sorry it has taken a while to get back to this post.
Please let myself and Fizix take the action to review these questions. The Light Commander optical design was done quite a while ago, so we will have to research the information on the optical portion of the kit.
Just as a reminder, this optical design was for engineering use and exploration. It was not intended for production use. However, let us see what information we can find this week.
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In reply to Matt Soucek:
We would really appreciate if you can send us an update to this inquiry.
In reply to Danilo Austria:
Fizix has found some information on the optical engine and will reply soon.
Just a reminder: this EVM has not been in production for many years. We can provide the information, but there is currently no plan to make modifications or improvements to this platform.
Thank you Danilo.
I was able to get hold of the optical engineer that built up this Zemax file for the Light Commander. Here is what he communicated back on this:
I hope this helps,
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