Display: 2D measurements

The Atlas system is an imaging colorimeter with an integrated NIST-traceable calibrated spectrometer and a fast sampling light meter, combining three fundamentally different devices into one solution giving it unprecedented capabilities and flexibility. With a long history in display development and production, Admesy is the perfect partner for display manufacturers looking for solutions to increase both product quality and production throughput with a minimal investment and factory footprint. The Atlas series redefines the ultimate all-in-one display measurement device. It enables display laboratories and manufacturing facilities to qualify, test and adjust their displays according to the highest standards.

  • Mura measurements: the Atlas can measure Mura according to various algorithms, including the DFF Black Mura standard of the DFF [German Flat Display Forum].
  • LCD VCOM adjustment: display flicker can be measured with the fast-sampling light meter. Various standards, like min/max, contrast RMS, JEITA and VESA methods are available.
  • White point adjustment: the NIST traceable spectrometer guarantees that the camera produces accurate and repeatable luminance and colour data which can be used to tune the white point of the display.
  • Gamma curve adjustment: the Atlas will provide NIST-traceable data of each greyscale of the display to tune the gamma curve.
  • Response time analysis: the fast sampling light meter is fast and sensitive enough to measure both black – white / white – black as well as grey-to-grey transition times.
  • Multipoint luminance and colour measurements: multiple regions of interest can be defined to measure the luminance and colour of predefined areas. Examples are 5- or 9-point measurements.
  • The luminance and colour of LED panel modules can be adjusted up to single [RGB] pixel level since all colour information of every RGB pixel is measured by the camera.

Like all Admesy devices the Atlas is designed to be quickly integrated into a production environment because of the robust mechanics, reliable electronics, and production-ready software architecture. With the (free) software suite the Atlas can be easily used in the laboratory.