Radiant Vision Systems has announced that it will host a booth at SID Display Week 2017 to showcase advanced solutions for emerging display technologies.
Radiant will give live demonstrations of view angle measurement using its new conoscope lens, VR display quality testing using the high-resolution ProMetric® I29 Imaging Colorimeter, and additional solutions for in-line display measurement, pixel correction, and surface inspection.
The SID Display Week will take place from May 21-26 at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles, California, USA. The exhibition is scheduled for May 23-25.
The premier international event is organised by the Society for Information Display (SID) as a forum for market leaders, suppliers, and service providers of electronic display technologies.
Radiant Vision Systems is a SID corporate gold member and regular Display Week exhibitor. The company has engineered solutions for the display industry for over two decades and has rapidly advanced its test and measurement systems to address new technologies and integration environments.
With the January release of its new conoscope lens, Radiant has equipped its existing camera suite with a cost-effective add-on lens option for accurately measuring view angle performance of displays of above 60°. These measurements are increasingly critical as displays are integrated into assemblies with variable position and distance to the viewer, such as in-vehicle displays and head-up displays (HUDs).
Advanced optical components like these also enable Radiant to apply its imaging colorimeters in the measurement of virtual and augmented reality (AR) headsets, which is a particular challenge due to the relative position of objects projected near to the human eye, which must be matched in clarity from eye to eye, and clearly visualised at any virtual distance on an infinite plane.
Alongside view angle and VR measurement systems, Radiant’s Display Week exhibit will include demonstrations of camera configurations that optimise quality control in manufacturing operations.
A ProMetricI16 Imaging Colorimeter paired with a Konica Minolta CS-2000 Spectroradiometer enables real-time calibration of the colorimeter based on benchmark spot measurements, ensuring consistently accurate evaluation of displays from line to line without the need to perform time-consuming calibrations.
A multi-camera Radiant inspection system will also perform pixel-level inspection of OLED displays to identify and correct pixel defects without delaying production line operations. Finally, a high-resolution surface inspection demonstration will employ a ProMetric Y29 Imaging Photometer to detect scratches and other unprogrammed cosmetic surface anomalies on the back of a display device.
Following the SID Display Week Exhibition, Radiant will host a poster titled: "Pixel-Level Luminance Measurement and Correction of OLED Displays" (page 86) during the Display Week Symposium Display Measurement Poster Session.
The poster will be presented by Radiant product marketing manager Bo Magluyan on May 25, between 5:00pm-8:00pm in the Petree Hall of the Convention Center. It will describe new technologies that enable measurement of luminance and chromaticity values in emissive high-resolution OLED displays, as well as "demura" methods that use colorimetric measurement data to identify and resolve pixel-level non-uniformity.
For information or to register for the SID Display Week, please contact the company via the enquiry form.