Redmond-based Radiant Vision Systems, a leading provider of test and measurement solutions for lighting and displays, announced that it will exhibit two innovative optical solutions for light and display measurement at the 2019 Photonics West Exhibition that will take place in San Francisco, CA in February. The company’s newly released NIR Intensity Lens and Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality Lens will be displayed in demonstrations of automated visual inspection for near-infrared light source measurement and VR display testing at the exhibition.
The up-and-coming light and display technologies for AR/VR and 3D sensing like facial recognition necessitate accurate classification to attain design goals and meet the high standards of quality expected by today’s customers. According to human visual perception, the accuracy of data like luminance, color, image quality, and all and measurement competence can determine a maker’s cutthroat success. The company has worked with leading manufacturers of today’s rising technologies to build photometric and radiometric imaging solutions around exact measurement challenges that allow rapid and absolute classification of light-source and display performance for design and quality control. The newest additions to the Radiant product portfolio is the new AR/VR Lens and NIR Intensity Lens that coalesce optics, high-resolution imaging systems, and pre-defined software test suites in compact scientific solutions to assist manufacturers to shorten the process of light and display measurement for inimitable applications. Applications of these solutions include VR and AR display testing, and NIR (near-infrared) 90 light source characterization for LEDs and lasers utilized in 3D sensing devices.
The use of NIR emissions for 3D sensing is mounting rapidly in facial recognition for device security, eye tracking in AR/VR devices, gesticulation control for multi-modal human-machine interfaces, and even automotive LiDAR. Radiant’s NIR Intensity Lens solution will be the first commercially available Fourier optic component implemented for measuring NIR light sources and structured light patterns to assess strength and accuracy.