Posted: Tue, June 23, 2020
Emerging display technologies such as OLED, quantum dots, and microLED are rapidly gaining ground in the marketplace. These high-resolution emissive displays demand new measurement systems capable of high-resolution pixel and subpixel inspection to ensure quality. Radiant's award-winning ProMetric® Y43 Imaging Photometer fits the bill.
Posted: Mon, February 10, 2020
In honor of the UN’s International Day of Women and Girls in Science on February 11, 2020, Radiant continues our series on Physics Heroes and Heroines by profiling a few of the many female physicists, mathematicians, and scientists that we admire.
Posted: Fri, January 31, 2020
This week Radiant joins thousands of professionals in the optics, photonics, lighting, camera, lens, display, AR/VR, and related industries in San Francisco for SPIE's AR/VR/MR Conference and Photonics West, where we'll have demos of our AR/VR display metrology solution, and our near-infrared (NIR) intensity measurement device.
Posted: Mon, January 27, 2020
MicroLED displays were in abundance at the 2020 CES show in Las Vegas, including some of the largest screens ever exhibited alongside some of the smallest micro displays. Learn more in this wrap-up of the microLED presence on the show floor.
Posted: Mon, May 13, 2019
Emissive displays like OLED and microLED are on the rise and we expect to see lots of them at SID Display Week 2019. Testing these displays, which have a higher degree of variability than traditional LCD screens, requires new, higher resolution imaging systems. Radiant launches it's newest ProMetric Y43 Imaging Photometer, with a 43MP CCD sensor balanced with other specifications to yeild the most precise, high-quality images.
Posted: Mon, April 15, 2019
A new generation of scientists have put their mark on history with the first ever image of a black hole. We take this opportunity to continue our series on Physics Heroes & Heroines. In this post: Sir Isaac Newton, Michael Faraday, and Max Planck.
Posted: Fri, March 29, 2019
Machine vision has been a boon to manufacturers, offering quality inspection at production line speeds. However, some visual inspection tasks are beyond the capability of traditional machine vision, such as cosmetic surface inspection. Only human inspectors have been able to provide the visual acuity to spot subtle defects and make sure that products look perfect to the end consumer. Now, Radiant's Advanced Vision approach uses photometry-based imaging to match the precision of human inspectors, but with the benefits of automation for speed, consistency, and data capture.
Posted: Mon, February 4, 2019
Near-infrared light—the range of electromagnetic wavelengths between roughly 700 nanometers (nm) and 1500 nm—is invisible to the human eye, making it ideal for an increasing number of 3D sensing applications such as facial recognition, iris scanning, gesture recognition, terrain mapping, automobile LiDAR, and night-vision security cameras. Learn more about NIR facial recognition quality and performance considerations, and how Radiant's new NIR measurement solution can help you ensure NIR light sources are perfoming to spec.
Posted: Mon, October 8, 2018
The 2018 Nobel Prizes in Physics have just been announced, making us think about some other notable physicists who have contributed to the world's understanding of electromagnetic radiation, the nature of light, and perception of color—scientific principles we rely on every day here at Radiant. In part 1 of our Physics Heroes series, learn about Niels Bohr, Marie Curie, Heinrich Hertz, and James Maxwell.
Posted: Mon, September 24, 2018
This week, Radiant will travel to Michigan to sponsor and participate in the annual Vehicle Displays Detroit Symposium & Expo. Experts from the Radiant global automotive solutions team will present a technical paper and demonstrate scientific imaging technologies for light and color measurement of displays used in all areas of the vehicle. With the automotive industry booming with new HMI trends, sensing, ADAS, and visualization technologies, Radiant’s automotive light and display measurement systems are now being applied to ensure design and production quality of all illuminated and digital components in consoles, instrument panels, windshields (HUD), mirrors (CMS), and virtually all visible spaces of a vehicle.