Visual Acuity within Head-Mounted Displays- Read this and more in our April 2022 Newsletter
The displays of immersive virtual reality (VR) devices generate images in an extremely broad field of vision. Today some VR glasses cover the entire horizontal field of vision of the human eye. To enable realistic measurements, an imaging system must therefore capture all areas of the virtual image.
The close proximity of the display to the eye also magnifies display defects, making them more prominent to the wearer. At the same time, the resolution of these displays is constantly increasing, with the aim of creating an illusion that is as near as possible to reality. To ensure reliable results, measuring instruments require excellent resolution, if possible at pixel level.
The more similar the measuring instruments mimic the human eye, the better the entire field of vision and the relevant defects can be recognized. Wish to learn more about the role of pupil-size spot measurement?
SID Display Week Available In-person and Virtually!
Join Us At Display Week
Good news SID Display Week event is back! Register now and visit May 10th-12th and stop by our booth 1319 to discuss our highly recognized instruments used for display measurement and chat with one of our technical experts about how our instruments can be used with the latest trend of under-screen camera applications. See the floor plan and add us to your agenda! Unable to make it this year? Visit our virtual booth and and chat with an online expert.
And There is More....
Join us at the Exhibitor Forum at Display Week
Attend the Exhibitor's Forum at SID Display Week on Tuesday, May 10th at 2:45pm(PDT) at the Center Stage located in the Exhibit Hall for a presentation highlighting our CA-410 High Sensitivity Probe Series and its use with Micro-OLED displays within the AR/VR industry and the more recent trend of smartphone under-screen camera applications. Unable to attend in-person? Register now and view virtually shortly after the live presentation!
Under-Screen Camera Display Measurement
Today many smartphones use front-facing cameras as part of the full-screen display, positioning the camera behind the screen. This configuration requires two different pixel configurations to exist on the same display, making display gamma correction more complicated.
This advancement in seamless displays which includes a front-facing camera that sits behind the display, requires instruments that can measure and accommodate this new technology.
Read about existing challenges and solutions in the measurement of these Under-Screen Camera Applications.
CA-410 Series for
Small Spot Measurements
The CA-VP402 Small Spot Probe is suitable for HDR applications and capable of measuring JEITA/VESA flicker and fast gamma measurement. It is also specialized to measure micro and small displays. These displays include Micro-OLED displays within the AR/VR industry and the more recent trend of smartphone under-screen camera applications. Ideal for applications requiring small area measurements ranging from low luminance measurements, to high-speed, high accuracy measurements.
Pupil Sized Measurements
Konica Minolta Sensing offers a special attachment for our CS-2000A Spectroradiometer that measures virtual images, corresponding to pupil size. This instrument can also help define and verify your standard measurements of head-mounted displays (HMD) used with Augmented Reality (AR) or Virtual Reality (VR). This is especially useful within the Information Communication Technology Industry (ICT) where the accurate measurement of near-eye displays are a necessity.