LucidDrive version 2020.03 introduces the new AFS PixelLight plug-in afsPixelLight.do, a physical pixel light simulation method that is capable of projecting the individual beam patterns of individual pixels during a virtual night drive in real time, including possible stray light and crosstalk of one or more pixels across the entire angular beam width. This feature is compatible with the recently released LucidShape 2019.09 Pixel Light functionality that enables you to efficiently simulate Pixel Light sources, store the respective 3D LID datasets, and perform post-processing on the simulation results as needed.
Note: The maximum number of headlight beam patterns that can be loaded in LucidDrive is 126 LIDs. However, the afsPixelLight.do plug-in treats each pixel light headlight as one headlight beam pattern. This allows you to compose a beam pattern of ten thousand pixels or more, depending on your computer hardware.