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Posted: Mon, October 26, 2020
Author: Shaina Warner

Displays are increasingly integrated into environments with variable lighting conditions, such as vehicle consoles and dashboards, where their position is fixed. Anti-glare films help minimize reflections fro light sources such as sunlight, but can cause issues, if not carefully selected and tested.


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Posted: Mon, October 19, 2020
Author: Anne Corning
| Topic: Industry Trends

Even before the coronavirus hit, AR/VR/MR technologies were finding a place in the enterprise with applications such as technical training and support, field maintenance and repair, design collaboration, and more. Now AR/VR tools are offering additional communication and collaboration platforms that offer potential for richer engagement and collaboration that can make remote work more rewarding beyond just videoconferencing.


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Posted: Mon, October 12, 2020
Author: Anne Corning
| Topic: Industry Trends

Automobiles are getting smarter and smarter, as new innovations in monitoring, sensing, advanced driver assistance (ADAS), and diagnostic systems continue to enhance vehicle performance, comfort, and safety. One category of sensing systems being developed are for in-cabin applications, including Driver Monitoring Systems (DMS) and Occupant Monitoring Systems (OMS), which use near-infrared (NIR) light.


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Posted: Mon, October 5, 2020
Author: Shaina Warner
| Topic: Deeper Learning

The emergence of emissive displays with their higher resolution, smaller pixel size, and smaller pixel pitch (greater pixel density) presents new challenges for accurate pixel- and subpixel-level measurement and correction to ensure luminance and color uniformity. Radiant's new fractional pixel method provides a solution using today's imaging photometers and colorimeters.


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Posted: Mon, September 28, 2020
Author: Anne Corning
| Topic: Industry Trends

FPDisplay sits with Radiant Technical Director, Li Sun, during the 8th China Information Technology Expo (CITE 2020) in Shenzhen to understand how Radiant continues to innovate in step with—and ahead of—the display market.


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Posted: Mon, September 21, 2020
Author: Anne Corning
| Topic: Deeper Learning

Illuminated displays used in the marine industry, like those in the automotive and aerospace industry, have to remain clear and readable in all kinds of weather, day or night. They also have to be resistant to water, dusty, vibration, and all the other harsh conditions of life at sea, and require rigorous quality testing to adhere to safety and operating standards.


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Posted: Mon, September 14, 2020
Author: Anne Corning
| Topic: Deeper Learning

Touchscreens have become commonplace--from our phones and tablets to ATM machines, information kiosks, the GPS display in automobiles. Learn more about different touchscreen technologies and how manufacturers are working to produce quality touchscreen diplay devices, free of particles, surface defects, and other imperfections.


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Posted: Tue, September 8, 2020
Author: Anne Corning
| Topic: Deeper Learning

Photometry is the science of measuring light as it is perceived by the human eye, and colorimetry applies the same principles to measuring the different wavelengths of light based on how we perceive color. Learn how humand vision is quantified and replicated in photometry-based imaging systems, and how these systems can help manufacturers in design and production to best assess the visual quality of displays, backlit components, and light sources as they are actually seen and experienced by users. 


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Posted: Mon, August 31, 2020
Author: Anne Corning

Emissive displays, such as those made from OLED or microLED technology, can present quality control challenges. Because each individual LED/microLED is its own emitter, these displays can be subject to a wide variation in luminance and color. To produce salable displays with a uniform appearance for the market, manufacturers need display metrology systems that can measure and correct displays at the pixel and subpixel level. See a case study of microLED correction with Jasper Display Corp.


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Posted: Mon, August 24, 2020
Author: Anne Corning

AR/VR/MR displays are viewed just 1 - 3 inches from the surface of the eye, meaning any defects or lack of clarity in the display image can be glaringly obvious. Additionally, display performance issues such as slow refresh rate or distortion can negatively impact the user experience, even causing physical symptoms such as nausea and dizziness. Learn about mitigating these human factors in NED displays. 


 
 
 
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