SID Display Week 2021

with Co-Exhibitor Konica Minolta Sensing US

Welcome to our virtual SID booth 2021!

Display Week starts virtually this year! From 17 May 2021, the symposium and exhibition will be available 24 hours a day at displayweek.org. Visit our virtual booth and find out how quickly you can get all the information you need!

Especially for the Display Week, we present our innovative measurement solutions for display technologies in short videos and provide you with our latest technical articles for download.

Visiting the virtual exhibition requires a free registration:
http://www.displayweek.org/2021/Attendee/Registration

As soon as you are registered, this link will guide you directly to our booth: coming soon

Short Course S-2: Fundamentals of Display Metrology

As part of the virtual Display Week Program, Dr. Reto Häring, Vice President Customer Solutions, will co-present a Short Course with members from Radiant Vision Systems and Konica Minolta. The course "Fundamentals of Display Metrology" will cover the principles and applications of display metrology, and introduce measurement equipment and techniques. Topics include the science of light and color, units of measurement, measurement standards, light measurement devices from spot meters to imaging equipment, test methods to quantify display performance parameters like mura, pixel uniformity, flicker, and the latest metrology solutions for testing emerging displays from µLED to AR/VR devices.

Presented by Dr. Reto Häring (Instrument Systems), Jens Jensen (Radiant Vision Systems), and Yutaka Maeda (Konica Minolta)

Available to view online Thursday 5/20/2021

58.3 - Color Uniformity of µLED Displays: New Color Calibration Concept for Fast and Accurate Optical Testing

The upcoming μLED display technology promises high contrast, fast response time, wide color gamut, low power consumption, and long lifetime. However, the technology is not only challenging for mass transfer of the µLEDs from wafer to display, but also for massive parallelization of optical quality control at different manufacturing steps. Additionally, metrological challenges arise from µLEDs` small size, narrow spectral bandwidth and substantial manufacturing tolerances of the emission peak wavelength and bandwidth. For speed and resolution, a high-resolution camera is the preferred testing option, because display pixels or individual µLEDs on a wafer or display can be measured parallel in a single shot. For absolute color, however, spectroradiometry is the most accurate method. Consequently, we combined the two techniques in the LumiTop measuring system. For highest µLED measurement accuracy, we introduce a live calibration, optimized for every single image taken, enabling high quality true color µLED-displays. Presented by Dr. Tobias Steinel.

Available to view online Friday 5/21/21

Company Presentation


Instrument Systems - Your Experts for Light Measurement Solutions

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Videos

A special highlight at Display Week 2021 will be the preview of the new LumiTop X20, upcoming in autumn 2021. Building on the established 2700 and 4000 models, the LumiTop X20 will offer a high-resolution camera, a flexible field of view and a high dynamic range for both high and low luminance measurements. Target applications for the X20 are the measurement of homogeneity (particularly high/low luminance) and defect detection.

Duration: 0:39 minutes
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Light generating elements in the mordern automotive cabin can be controlled with ever finer spatial control. To keep pace with this development, Instrument Systems will introduce the LumiCam 4000B in Q4 2021. The LumiCam 4000B employs a 12 MP camera for 2D high resolution luminance and color measurements to detect defects on a sufficient level for demanding automotive quality assurance standards.

Speaker: Dr. Cameron Hughes
Duration: 2:00 minutes
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Near-Eye Displays (NED) might require various test devices in different development and production phases. The seamless use of complementary measurement principles and Light Measurement Devices (LMDs) by means of an absolute and traceable calibration concept can help to improve speed and accuracy in the product creation process. Traditionally two approaches have been proposed: sampling spot measurements and camera based solutions and both have their advantages.

Speaker: Dr. Tobias Steinel
Duration: 05:03 minutes
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With its comprehensive LumiTop portfolio, Instrument Systems offers fast and highly precise solutions for all sorts of display measurement tasks. We cover every stage of the production line for standard tests in consumer electronics and automotive, as well as challenging applications like AR/VR eye-box measurement, µLED wafer testing and pixel analysis. 

Duration: 1:31 minutes
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We are your partner to take inline display testing to the next level. Our measurement device LumiTop was specifically developed to meet all requirements of production testing. It provides fast and reliable 24/7 operation for 100% inline test with highest accuracy. In combination with our smart instrument audit process, display testing becomes more efficient and more accurate.

Speaker: Dr. Martin Wolf
Duration: 6:29 minutes
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AR/VR devices are used in various fields of applications, e.g. to assist machine operation in production, in the medical field, transport industry or the entertainment branch. Display or calibration errors distract from the wearer’s sense of immersion in the virtual world. In quality assurance they must be reliably recognized and evaluated. This opens up a new and exciting field for display measurement subject to constantly changing demands on the technology.

Speaker: Dr. Tobias Steinel
Duration: 14:35 minutes
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Instrument Systems brings the accuracy and speed of the industry proven display test station LumiTop to AR/VR. In this video Ferdinand from Instrument Systems gives you a brief introduction to the human eye inspired optics and how to measure and analyse the virtual image of an AR/VR device, using the spectrally enhanced imaging colorimeter LumiTop AR/VR and the LumiSuite software.

Speaker: Dr. Ferdinand Deger
Duration: 02:58 minutes
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Measuring the Virtual Image with LumiTop AR/VR

Speaker: Dr. Tobias Steinel
Duration: 06:46 minutes
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Instrument System`s mission to continuously fulfil the growing demands of modern light measurement has advanced our industry leading precision colorimeter LumiCam in a new hardware and software makeover. New motorised objective lenses, a faster filter wheel movement and a more compact design of the LumiCam 2400B in comparison to its predecessor model are only some of the features that push the measurement experience to the next level.

Speaker: Dr. Silke Kirchner
Duration: 7:49 minutes
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Displays are essential, differentiating elements of many consumer products as for example mobile phones. For manufacturers it is crucial to ensure the highest display quality for their products by 100% quality check in their production line. In order to produce  a perfect display. With instrument systems test and audit solutions, display quality reaches a new level of quality and prodcutions costs can be minimized.

Speaker: Dr. Martin Wolf
Duration: 7:29 minutes
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Instrument Systems optimized the DMS goniometric display measurement system for AR/VR applications. This video shows a real-time AR device measurement using DMS and its unique microscope optics.

Speaker: Andreas Huber
Duration: 6:33 minutes
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Very small µLED displays provide unique challenges for pixel correction processes due to their narrow bandwidth emission and pixel size in the µm range. The LumiTop 4000 with magnifying lens is ideally suited for this application with its spectral reference measurement and 2x magnifying lens.

Speaker: Dr. Cameron Hughes
Duration: 3:00 minutes
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For efficient testing of thousands of μLEDs on a wafer, the test procedure must be parallelized. The manufacturer is thus required to simultaneously contact as many μLEDs as possible. In addition, the optical inspection should be fast and accurate, and performed synchronous to the production flow. This functions only with a 2D measurement using specifically calibrated instruments to prevent measurement errors.

Speaker: Dr. Tobias Steinel
Duration: 7:21 minutes
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Cutting edge OLED and µLED require analysis and correction on the single pixel level for optimal performance. The LumiTop X150 combines a high resolution camera with specialized algorythms for fast and straightforward pixel and uniformity correction.

Speaker: Dr. Cameron Hughes
Duration: 5:17 minutes
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Application Notes and Brochures
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