Join us at the electronic displays Conference 2021

Our ‘human vision and display geek’ Peter Karp will give a talk Friday, 5 March 11:40 – 12:00 Measure What We SeeCorrelating 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 […]

KIDS highlights Admesy

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“

What are Reflection Measurements?

The perception of colour is primarily determined by two objective factors: the wavelengths of light that are reflected from a surface; and the colour of the illuminating light. White light is a combination of lights of different wavelengths in the visible spectrum. A surface will absorb and reflect proportions of these wavelengths dependent upon its […]

Radiance Measurement and Irradiance Measurement with Admesy

Radiance and irradiance are measurement units used within the field of radiometry. This blog post will outline the method behind these measurement units and highlight how Admesy spectroradiometers can be used to perform them. Radiance Measurements Radiance is the unit that conveys the amount of radiant flux emitted, transmitted, or reflected by a surface. The […]