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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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Posted: Mon, August 17, 2020
Author: Anne Corning

Head-up displays (HUDs) are starting to become a feature of new automobile models. Current 2D HUD technology projects flat images on a fixed viewing field, but soon a new generation of AR-enabled HUD systems integrated with automotive sensor data will project dynamic 3D images that interact with the visual environment. For accuracy and safety, HUD systems demand rigorous quality testing.


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Posted: Mon, August 10, 2020
Author: Anne Corning
| Topic: Industry Trends

2020 has brought some unexpected shifts in the display market, increasing demand for laptops and home screens, while causing a dip in the smartphone sales while many retail outlets have been shuttered. But one constant for manufacturers is the need for production-line inspection to ensure quality.


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Posted: Mon, August 3, 2020
Author: Anne Corning
| Topic: Industry Trends

Digital signage has had a growing presence in public spaces since the 1990s, and is now commonplace in airports, shopping malls, sports venues, medical facilities, and anywhere that information or advertising can be displayed. MicroLED display technology promises to enable larger display screen sizes than ever before and is poised to future of high-end display walls and large-scale digital sigange.


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Posted: Mon, July 27, 2020
Author: Anne Corning
| Topic: Industry Trends

Humans experience the world through our five senses: hearing, sight, taste, smell, and touch. We tend to be visually-oriented, taking in much of our information about the world through our eyes. Virtual reality aims to create an immersive experience for users by filling their entire field of view. But incorporating other sensory input can enhance the visual display aspect to create more vivid experiences - called "XR" for Extended Reality.


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Posted: Mon, July 20, 2020
Author: Anne Corning
| Topic: Deeper Learning

Microdisplays using liquid crystal on silicon (LCoS) are emerging for use in AR/VR devices, head-up-displays (HUDs), and head-mounted displays (HMDs), along with many other applications of LCoS, a spatial light modulation techology.


 
 
 
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