Conoscope Lens

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Conoscope LensA conoscope lens for the ProMetric series of imaging photometers and colorimeters has been announced by Radiant Vision Systems LLC to measure the color, luminance and contrast of multiple angular distributions of light at once.

By mounting a conoscope lens directly to a ProMetric imaging photometer or colorimeter, angle performance measurement is possible for a wide range of display types, including those based on LCD and OLED technologies, as well as backlights. The conoscope lens solution simultaneously acquires viewing angle measurements to ±60° degrees. It does so with reduced hardware size and complexity compared to typical goniometric measurement systems for R&D applications.

Because of its speed and compact form factor, the conoscope lens solution is also ideally-suited for in-line inspection of displays during production. Flat panel display manufacturers can quickly and accurately capture viewing angle performance measurements for displays in real-time.

Published: January 2017
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