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Posted: Mon, June 1, 2020
Author: Anne Corning
| Topic: Deeper Learning

The interior lighting of an automobile has both a functional and aesthetic purpose. Ambient light can affect driver focus and thus safety, and lighting features like buttons and controls can make it easier to operate a vehible at night. With the advent of LEDs and other new technology automotive designers are creating new and innovative lighting approaches—that must be rigorously tested to conform with industry standards.


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Posted: Tue, May 19, 2020
Author: Anne Corning
| Topic: Industry Trends

To create microLED displays, the process starts with epitaxial crystal growth. The selection of materials and/or methods used to build individual microLEDs can have a significant impact on down-stream display efficiency, color quality, and integration. This post takes a look at some microLED materials challenges—and some recent breakthroughs in creating red microLEDs.


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Posted: Mon, May 11, 2020
Author: Anne Corning
| Topic: Deeper Learning

The market for HMD AR devices has so far been limited due to challenges such as bulky form factors, eye strain and overheating after prolonged use. New Holography approaches are enabling a more interactive, immersive, and headset-free AR experience that could help to remove these barriers, smoothing the way to mass consumer adoption of AR. 


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Posted: Mon, May 4, 2020
Author: Anne Corning & Shaina Warner

Instrument clusters, symbols (tell-tales), and indicators on the dashboard of an automobile are crucial for the safety and performance of the vehicle. Learn about industry standards and regulations for the visual appearance and illumination of these elements, and how Radiant's Auto-POI tool can automate multi-point inspection for production measurement of color and luminance to help automakers ensure compliance with these standards.


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

Since their emergence in the 1980s, laptop computers--whether notebooks, tablets, or 2-in-1 style--have become an essential piece of technology for many millions of people. We'll take a look at the history, development, current state, and future of the laptop, and how to ensure the quality of laptop displays.


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Posted: Mon, April 20, 2020
Author: Anne Corning
| Topic: Industry Trends

Coronavirus has forced many organizations to rethink how they operate, find new ways to connect employees, and shift to remote work. This has driven up use of online platforms for communication and virtual activity.  With this virtualization, AR and VR technologies are being put to use in creative new ways.


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Posted: Mon, April 13, 2020
Author: Anne Corning
| Topic: Deeper Learning

Human vision is one of the marvels of the natural world—we can see detail in high resolution at near and far distances with accurate depth perception. We also have a high sensitivity to color across the spectrum of electromagnetic light from wavelenghts of roughly 380 to 740 nm. How does what we see compare to various members of the animal kingdom? And how do we measure and quanitfy vision and color perception? Read more...


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Posted: Mon, April 6, 2020
Author: Anne Corning
| Topic: Deeper Learning

Todays consumers expect the highest quality from devices like smartphones, televisions and laptops—and not only for diplay screens the but for keyboards. Manufacturers of laptops and keyboards need to perform precision visual inspection of these devices during the assembly process to ensure that defective products don’t end up in customer hands. Cosmetic flaws and performance failures can result in rapidly escalating direct and indirect costs due to warranty claims, returns, and damage to brand reputation.


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Posted: Mon, March 30, 2020
Author: Anne Corning
| Topic: Industry Trends

Display industry predictions have all been saying that 2020 would be the big year for 5G, and it looks like they were right! Networks are rolling out around the globe, new 5G-enabled phones are launching. In this post we look at the potential impact of 5G on display devices like phones, televisions, and AR/VR headsets.


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Posted: Mon, March 23, 2020
Author: Anne Corning & Shaina Warner
| Topic: Deeper Learning

As emissive display types such as OLED and microLED emerge into the market place, imaging colorimeters provide the most effective solution for quality inspection, enabling display makers to measure and correct every pixel and sub-pixel.


 
 
 
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