Redmond, WA (PRWEB)
September 11, 2017
Radiant Vision Systems, the leading provider of visual test and inspection systems for electronic displays, announces that it will exhibit and present technical topics at the SID (Society for Information Display) Vehicle Displays Detroit 24th Annual Symposium and Expo taking place at Burton Manor Conference Center in Livonia, Michigan, September 26-27. From table #26, Radiant will showcase advanced solutions to address the latest challenges in automotive display technologies, including HUD (head-up display) measurement for SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) standards compliance, sparkle measurement matched to human visual perception, and a conoscope lens solution for evaluating view angle performance in embedded displays.
Vehicle Displays Detroit provides a dedicated forum for engineers and designers to learn and experience the latest in automotive display technologies, from touch HMIs and augmented reality HUDs to the latest flexible OLED products. A leader in test and measurement solutions for over two decades, Radiant Vision Systems leverages its expertise evaluating leading-edge consumer electronics devices – including LED, OLED, and AR technologies – to solve emerging challenges in automotive display manufacturing and quality control. From the Vehicle Displays exhibit floor, a live demonstration of Radiant’s ProMetric® Y Imaging Photometer will illustrate how it mirrors human perception in the evaluation of “sparkle” on in-vehicle displays with applied anti-glare film. Utilizing advanced algorithms for image analysis in Radiant’s TrueTest™ Automated Visual Inspection Software, a Radiant system goes beyond automating human quality determinations to quantify visual quality thresholds, providing objective data points for highly-repeatable display measurement. Radiant cameras also offer hardware modularity to adapt to additional display measurement applications. Affixed to either a ProMetric Imaging Colorimeter or Photometer, the new Radiant conoscope lens can optionally be applied to assess display view angle performance, taking a single measurement to evaluate luminance, chromaticity, and contrast to ±58 degrees at once.
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