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Posted: Mon, February 4, 2019
Author: Anne Corning |

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 mor about NIR facial recognition quality and safety considerations, and how Radiant's new NIR measurement solution can help you ensure NIR light sources are perfoming to spec.  


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Posted: Mon, January 21, 2019
Author: Anne Corning |

First there were LED displays, now microLEDs and miniLEDs have come on the scene, with examples of both types of displays seen in proliferation at the recent 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Understand what differentiates these  small LED types and the various applications where they are—or soon will be—in use, from gaming displays and televisions, to augmented reality and exterior signage.


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Posted: Mon, January 7, 2019
Author: Shaina Warner |

HUD Quality Challenges

Head-up displays (HUDs) pose unique measurement challenges for manufacturers, combining photometric (light) and dimensional (spatial) data to ensure the accuracy of information conveyed to a vehicle operator within a rapidly changing, real-world environment. Radiant introduces a new module of our TrueTest™ software that provides a complete HUD measurement solution.


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Posted: Mon, December 17, 2018
Author: Anne Corning |

From computer keyboards to movie theaters, from car dashboards to airplane fasten-seatbelt signs, backlit symbols are all around us. A backlit sign is illuminated by a light source that is placed behind a stenciled  surface that allows light to shine through, creating illuminated text and symbols. LIght and color measurement systems from Radiant help manufacturers ensure that backlit devices and signs are clear and visibleespecially in cars and aricraft, where they convey key safety information.


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Posted: Mon, December 10, 2018
Author: Anne Corning |

Virtual reality has been referred to as the “ultimate empathy machine” since it allows users to experience any situation from any point of view. Studies have shown that AR/VR can shift a user’s attitudes and feelings, increasing both self-confidence and compassion for others. The immersive nature of virtual reality is what makes for such a powerful experience, but only if the AR/VR device works as intended. Effective development and QA testing helps ensure display and performance quality. 


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Posted: Mon, December 3, 2018
Author: Shaina Warner |

Head-up display (HUD) systems in automobiles offer safety and design advantages, by projecting speed, navigation, and situational alerts onto the car's windshield directly in the driver's field of view. Two-dimensional, fixed-distnace displays are starting to come on the market; but the next generation of 3D and augmented reality displays are already set to overtake them. How does the process of HUD measurement change with the incorporation of 3D and AR-HUD systems, which project new types of virtual images, across larger fields of view, and at a range of depths? 


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Posted: Mon, November 26, 2018
Author: Anne Corning |

Organic Light Emitting Diodes (OLEDs) are the foundation of many futuristic-sounding display technologies. But these could be available sooner than you might think, thanks to recent innovative research and prototypes. Learn more about OLED capabilities, the latest OLED technical developments, and quality control considerations for OLED-based devices.


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Posted: Mon, November 19, 2018
Author: Anne Corning |

Albert Einstein's discovery of the photoelectric effect not only helped to resolve the quandry of whether light is a particle or a wave (it's both). But also led directly to the development of CCD sensors, the fundamental technology behind today's digital photography and imaging. Learn more about the science of CCDs and how they work to create detailed and precise images that a broad range of applications, from light & color measurement to medical imagaing.


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Posted: Fri, November 9, 2018
Author: Anne Corning |

The F-35 Generation III Helmet is currently the most advanced helmet-mounted display system (HDMS) in the world. It integrates with the F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter plane to provide an uprecedentel level of visual information, data, and responsiveness to support a pilot's situational awareness. Read more about the development and design considerations of this helmet and its head-up display (HUD), get a peek at the experience of being a modern "Top Gun" in the cockpit of this state-of-the-art aircraft, and learn about quality testing for HMDs, HUDs, and near-eye displays (NEDs).


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Posted: Mon, November 5, 2018
Author: Anne Corning |

So much innovation is happening in the fields of augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR) these days. Practical applications of augmented reality technology in particular are emerging in industries from manufacturing to medicine to museums. This week, we spotlight a few AR developments in industrial sectors that are part of the "Industry 4.0" revolution, including a segment in AIA Vision Online with insight provided by Radiant's own Doug Kreysar, Chief Solutions Officer.


 
 
 
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