Our ‘human vision and display geek’ Peter Karp will give a talk
Friday, 5 March 11:40 – 12:00
Measure What We See
Correlating Measurements to the Human Vision
Display measurements need to match to the visual perception. How can we achieve that? Which metrics work good and which less? This presentation gives an overview of the visual perception of displays and their measurement. It raises questions and tries to give some answers and pointers as well.
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The Korean Information Display Society (KIDS) has presented a big article on Admesy in their February ’20 issue.
We – of course – gladly like to share this article with you.
KIDS article: “Admesy – measuring colour in a world of light“
Displays are being integrated in more devices than ever. Nowadays displays are used in cars, phones, tablets, laptops, watches, household appliances, etc.
LCD has been the dominant display technology for many years, during which the technology matured and reached its limits with respect to resolution, brightness, contrast, colour saturation and speed. There have been multiple display technologies aiming to replace LCD of which only a few seem capable to actually challenge it. And now, nearing the end of this decade, OLED technology is on its way to push LCD aside.
Major mobile phone and tablet manufacturers are already using OLED displays in their top-tier product lines because of their superior contrast and colour saturation. These properties give manufacturers a competitive advantage, but they also create challenges when measuring these displays in their existing measurement systems. These measurements need to be done to accurately calibrate every display, so colour performance is constant for each device.
Need for highly sensitive and accurate colorimeters
The colorimeters used for LCD technology performed very well for many years in mass production environments.
However, when re-using these systems for OLED display technology they will be relatively slow. The internal sensors need a minimum amount of light for accurate measurements, and the deep OLED black levels offer less light to measure. This will result in longer measurement times during which more light is collected to compensate. Sensor technology and electronics will need to improve so measurement time can be shortened for measuring the black level of OLED displays.
Furthermore, re-used systems may be less accurate on OLED displays as well because the emitted light has other spectral characteristics than LCD. Within the colorimeter, the transmissive filters which create the XYZ tristimulus functions have spectral imperfections and will need to improve so the colour measurement will be more accurate.
To optimise tact times while still maintaining high measurement accuracy in mass production environments the OLED display and device manufacturers need more sensitive and more accurate measurement equipment.
the Admesy Hyperion colorimeter
Admesy has developed the Hyperion colorimeter which integrates custom-designed optical filters, state-of-the-art electronics and sensors in a compact robust housing. The Hyperion is the perfect choice for manufacturers who need fast and accurate OLED display measurements for their products.
The Hyperion has a proven track record for OLED white-point adjustment, gamma correction, flicker analysis and contrast measurements at major display and electronics manufacturers.
Need more help in selecting the right display measurement device? Experts in colour and measurement systems with a background in display technology manufacturing at Admesy will gladly give you the advice you’re looking for. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call +31-475-600232.