QuickView, a unique new software package from Renishaw makes their ML10 laser an even more flexible and powerful analysis tool. For years, electronic engineers have relied on oscilloscopes to study high-speed variations in voltage or current. Now, Renishaw’s new QuickView software provides mechanical engineers with a similar capability, allowing them to study minute variations in linear or angular displacement, velocity or acceleration. With a simple graphical interface QuickView allows very flexible operation, avoiding the need for predefined measurement targets and sequences - just point and measure, ideal for ad-hoc system investigations. Suitable for machine developers and machine builders, but will also appeal to engineering and research establishments as well as academic institutions.