Design Challenge: Displays for Wearables
The market for wearable electronic devices is growing rapidly, with applications from fitness bands that count your steps to complex devices for health and medical applications, such as an artificial pancreas or kidney. Many factors have made this explosive growth possible, including the production of low-cost, tiny sensors that can measure motion, pressure, and temperature, or even capture images or video. Learn more >

Measuring Light Intensity With Konica Minolta Sensing Light Meters
Accurate and quantifiable measurement of light is essential to creating desired outcomes in practical day to day applications, as well as unique applications. From measuring the amount of light in a workspace surface to ensuring emergency exits have proper illumination, light measurement and analysis is an important step in ensuring efficiency and safety. Read more >

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The Future of Fashion: Glowing Clothing
Be prepared for this new glowing fashion trend as scientists at Fudan Univerisity in Shanghai have developed light-emitting fibers that can someday be woven into the very clothes we wear or become part of solar-powered wearables we may depend upon in the future. What they’ve invented is the world’s first smart fabric. Read more >
   

Could LED Bulbs Be Key to Fighting Insect-Borne Illnesses?
We’ve been hearing a lot of buzz in the medical world about how LED light is transforming the way we fight microscopic superbugs but how about ACTUAL bugs? It’s a well-known fact that certain kinds of light, specifically white, blue, violet and ultraviolet light are particularly attractive to insects. As a result, the light bulbs you use in your home can attract these creepy crawlies and increase your risk of catching diseases carried by insects. Read more >




> Design Challenge: Displays for Wearables

> Measuring Light Intensity With Konica Minolta Sensing Light Meters

> The Future of Fashion: Glowing Clothing

> Could LED Bulbs Be Key to Fighting Insect-Borne Illnesses?



LumiCam 1300 Advanced Imaging Photometer and Colorimeter

The LumiCam1300 Advanced was designed to further the measuring accuracy of the LumiCam 1300 Colorimeter, particularly when analyzing the complex characteristics of today’s displays, panel graphics and dashboards in the automotive sector. Learn more >





CA-2500 2D Color Analyzer for Display Measurement

This video provides an overview of the CA-2500 2D Color Analyzer, an instrument used for high-resolution, two-dimensional measurement of the luminance distribution and chromaticity distribution of FPDs, projectors, backlights, and more. By using optional Mura Evaluation Software CA-Mura, you can further evaluate the measured sample with Mura values in addition to luminance distribution and chromaticity. Watch video >


Light Measurement Calibration, Repair, and Maintenance Plans

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