In a world of everchanging technological advancements, display is entering the HDR era, which requires spectroradiometric measurement accuracy of color and Luminance and more depth information to help to characterize the performance of display. Which is why at Gamma Scientific, we provide display measurement systems and spectrometer-based test solutions for both R&D and Production testing of displays.
Displays today are widely used in many applications like smart devices, wearables, TVs, automotive/aircraft displays, exhibition displays, AR/VR/HUD displays, etc. For many devices, displays have become the primary part that interacts with the end-user, therefore its performance is critical to the success of a product.
Display technology is evolving very fast from traditional LCD technology. New technologies such as OLED, Quantum dots, µLED significantly improves the viewing experience for higher luminance range and resolution, wider color gamut, and increased contrast. Additionally, the display form factor is changing from rigid to flexible, curved, and even to stretchable, borderless, etc.
Displays are typically characterized for luminance and color accuracy, dynamic range, color uniformity and linearity, and vew angle performance. Accurate and efficient display characterization and testing helps ensure consistent product quality, improves supply chain efficiency, reduces production costs, and thus reduces the time to market. All of which translates to an optimized customer user experience.
View Angle Test Solutions
View angle testing is an important display measurement test to employ when it comes to preventing the effects of faulty view angle performance like loss of contrast and drastic color shifts in the display system. It works by ensuring that the quality of the image displayed is constant regardless of the viewing position and angle.
Blue Light Hazard Testing
Checking display and lighting safety is easy with highly precise blue light display measurement testing solutions from Gamma Scientific. Utilizing high-dynamic range array spectrometers and carefully crafted test adapters, we’ll be able to evaluate and classify displays luminaires and displays blue light hazard in accordance with IEC 62471 and IEC/TR 62778.