Replicating Human Visual Perception to Measure Immersive Display Quality

Displays manufactured for any near-eye display (NED) device pose unique challenges because the proximity to the human eye greatly amplifies display anomalies and optical misalignments. Replicating the response and position of the human eye is therefore critical in the evaluation of NED quality. Inspection criteria can include: accuracy across viewing angles, eye to eye match, luminance and color offset, display mura and uniformity, pixel defects, projected image alignment (binocular and superimposed), visual parallax, relative object location and inferred depth (focal distance). With the human eye as the subjective judge of quality, evaluating displays demands a measurement system that can match human visual perception while simultaneously removing subjectivity for data-driven, automated quality control. Learn about the latest technology in photometric imaging that replicates human visual response to light and color, as well as the position of the human eye, for the truest evaluation of NED quality.

Burt Muller, Radiant Vision Systems

Burt is a 20-year veteran of automated visual inspection.  He has solved inspection challenges across a diverse customer base; including Aerospace, Automotive, Medical, Consumer Electronics, and Packaging industries.  Burt has a BS in Engineering from the Milwaukee School of Engineering.