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Near-Eye Display Measurement System

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Near-Eye Display Measurement SystemThe NED-LMD Near-Eye Display Measurement System from Gamma Scientific Inc. provides users with a 158° wide field-of-view characterization of augmented, virtual, and mixed realities, along with heads-up displays.

Its small, 5-mm entrance pupil emulates the human eye, while a motorized focus lens is used to automatically focus on the virtual image between infinity to 25 cm. It is coupled with the GS-1290 spectroradiometer from Gamma Scientific to ensure high spectral precision and color accuracy with high sensitivity and dynamic range. It can be easily integrated on production lines.

Photonics Spectra
Mar 2021

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