Central to any customer solution, our application software packages are used with ProMetric Imaging Colorimeters to accomplish specialized testing and calibration tasks in R&D, production line, or in-field environments.
ProMetric Imaging Colorimeters and Photometers provide rapid and accurate measurement of luminance and color for a broad range of devices and materials, including light sources, flat panel displays, lit keypads and keyboards, optical materials and surface treatments.
When testing the quality of illuminated components and displays, or looking for defects in assemblies and surfaces, you may need to perform multiple tests to inspect products for a range of evaluation criteria. TrueTest™ Software equips ProMetric® Imaging Colorimeters and Photometers to be used for in-line inspection.
The Radiant Vision Systems TrueMURA™ software module is the first commercial system available to provide advanced image analysis algorithms for computing JND (“Just Noticeable Differences”) in displays. These tests augment the defect analysis functions already available in Radiant’s TrueTest™ Automated Visual Inspection Software, including a complete test suite for luminance, chromaticity, and defect detection.
TT-AutomotiveDisplay™ Automotive Display Test Module
Automotive displays face particular demands for performance through variable lighting conditions, temperatures, vibrations, viewing angles, and other factors. Ensuring visual quality of displays of various shapes and sizes, with anti-glare or anti-reflective coatings, integrated into different fixtures and at fixed positions relative to passengers and drivers, is a key challenge for manufacturers in the increasingly display-focused automotive market.
TT-NIRI™ Near-Infrared Test Module
Near-infrared (near-IR or NIR) emissions of light are used by devices to sense three-dimensional objects outside of the human visible spectrum, eliminating visible light interference and human visual distraction. However, because NIR emissions are “invisible,” test equipment must be used to ensure adequate intensity and distribution of NIR light for object detection.
TT-ARVR™ Display Test Module
Displays viewed near to the eye create immersive virtual experiences, such as those integrated into AR/VR devices. However, as display images are magnified to fill a user’s field of view (FOV), display defects are also magnified. Issues with uniformity of brightness and color, dead pixels, line defects, cloudiness, and image position become more evident to the user whose eyes are merely centimeters away from display screens.