Precision Measurement Solutions for Near-Eye Displays from Gamma Scientific
San Diego, CA – Nov. 14, – The GS-1290-NED series from Gamma Scientific has been selected as a finalist for the 2018 Prism Award for Photonics Innovation. The world’s first precision instrument for characterizing the Qualified Viewing Space of near-eye displays, the product family (patent pending) delivers high spatial resolution color & contrast measurements for devices such as virtual & augmented reality and HUD’s as viewed by the human eye.
Leveraging decades of expertise in HUD system calibration and test, The system employs an integrated autocollimator camera viewing system & high accuracy 0.1 to 5 degree spot spectroradiometer and delivers output data including; luminance, color, contrast, uniformity, spectral transmittance, response time, flicker, MTF, and left/right eye parallax error. The system is ideally suited for manufacturers of near-eye displays for entertainment, medical, avionics & industrial applications and conforms to standards being developed by the IDCM committee of Society for Information Display (SID) and the IEC.
Coupled with the Gamma Scientific NVLAP accredited calibration facility operating under ISO 17025 certification, fully traceable calibration standards are a part of product’s pedigree. The GS-1290-NED platform will be on display at the SPIE Photonics West conference and exhibition in San Francisco, CA January 29-February 1, 2018.
Brock Koren Vice President of Sale and Marketing
For over 50 years, Gamma Scientific has delivered highly unique, state-of-the-art measurement solutions for manufacturers and users of light sources, sensors and displays. Products include high precision spectroradiometers, calibration light sources, goniophotometers, integrating spheres, thin film measurement systems, and LED testers and sorters. The company also operates an ISO 17025, NVLAP accredited laboratory for calibration and testing.