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FreeForm Technology

FreeForm Lens Technology enables optical solutions with higher resolution, wider field-of-view, lower aberrations, and low light performance not possible with traditional optics, all in a smaller form factor


Free form surface is a surface that has no circular symmetry

exclusion is Z free form surface which is formed by drawing a complex curve through a series of points in the YZ plane and then sweeping this curve around the Z axis

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spherical shape


aspherical shape


rotationally symmetrical lenses


free form shape


lens with no axis of symmetry

Free form lenses have a complex asymmetrical surface, which can help to design smaller, lighter optical systems that let more light pass, have less distortion and fewer aberrations

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spherical lens

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aspherical lens

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free form lens

Field-of-View Crop Factor

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Old Sensor Crop Factor

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New Sensor Crop Factor

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Smaller Scene

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Smaller Scene

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Larger Scene


Larger Scene

FreeForm Lenses offer wide field of view without image deformation

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Conventional Optics

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Classical Optics Surveillance Camera
115°, > 10% distortion

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FreeForm Optics

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​DynaOptics Wide-Angle Low-Aberration Cam
120°, <5% distortion

Lens Production

Same Manufacturing Cost

  • Free-form Optics is made using the same equipment as Classical Optics

No additional equipment required

  • Manufacturing is equivalent to installed base – no new equipment


3-axis diamond cutting machine

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uVo manufacturing software screen

DynaOptics Alvarez Zoom Lens

lateral movement of elements, perpendicular to the optical axis


Alvarez lens manufactured using plastic molding technology


DynaOptics Alvarez Zoom lens prototype 

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