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January Newsletter

Sharpness and contrast are essential parameters for the quality control of AR/VR/MR near-eye displays. Clear and immersive perception of the augmented or virtual reality requires optimal optical differentiation between different display contents. Typically, the modulation transfer function (MTF) acts a measure for sharpness and contrast. Konica Minolta Sensing and Instrument Systems GmbH can satisfy your testing needs from lab to production.

Join Instrument Systems GmbH as Dr. Tobias Steinel presents a paper entitled "Sharpness and Contrast of AR/VR Near-Eye Displays: Goniometric vs. Advanced 2D Imaging Light Measurements" at the SPIE AR/VR/MR 2022 Expo held January 24th-25th and learn how Instrument Systems GmbH evaluates the correlation between the two different approaches and uses them to extend the high angular resolution of the goniometric approach to a fast and accurate 2D MTF measurement tailored for taking into account production tight deadlines.

Learn more about Konica Minolta Sensing and Instrument System's full line of light and display instruments available for use in the Display Industry.

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Augmented Reality & Super Sight:

Are our dreams of super sight becoming a reality? This technology has incredible potential and could truly transform how we see and experience the world around us. 

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VCSEL Presentation

Visit our sister company, Instrument Systems GmbH, at Photonics West at Booth #4013-02, as they present their paper "Spatially-Resolved Polarization Characterization of VCSEL Arrays" on January 27th at 11:30am-11:50am PST in Room 153 located in the Upper Mezzanine South corridor. Discussion will highlight VCSEL and IR applications using a combination of polarization filtered microscope optics and a CMOS camera.

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Photonics West 2022

We are very excited to be back in-person at Photonics West this January and seeing all our customers face to face again. This year, we will be highlighting measurement instrumentation for luminance, color, and flicker measurement. Applications covered include AR/VR, display, and lighting. Specifically our CA-410 display color analyzer, our CS-2000A spectroradiometer and our hyperspectral camera the Specim IQ. Stop by our booth #3287 and register now!

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Featured Products:

w/Special Attachment

Measuring CS-2000A Spectroradiometer with specialized attachment measures virtual images corresponding to pupil size and evaluates the levels of luminance, chromaticity and visible spectrum of virtual images of AR/VR applications. This specialized accessory is ideal for  measurement on head-mounted displays (HMD). The special attachment consists of 3 major parts: attachment body, aperture holder, and pupil-size aperture with 8 different measurements of spot sizes ranging from 1mm to 8mm in diameter.

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CA-S40 Software 
for CA-410 Series

Progressive Display Color Analyzer CA-410 Probe Series small spot probes (ø4mm and ø2mm), ideal in the evaluation of micro and small displays, and long-working distance probe (ø10mm) with viewing angle measurement capabilities. To also meet your needs of evaluating flicker is available our CA-410 Display Analyzer’s latest PC software, the CA-S40 provides intuitive waveform measurement quickly and accurately. Discover more today and register to watch a video on this latest software.

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