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OptoFidelity Blog

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OptoFidelity Product Performance Excellence - Resolve performance risks before they appear

By OptoFidelity on 8/28/20 1:49 PM

We ensure the reliability, responsiveness and consistent performance of your product, all vital for the success of your brand. We can integrate performance test engineering into your mass production process to discover bottlenecks and challenges before and during the production.

Gain end-to-end system performance visibility with our shift-left approach

In a Shift-Left approach, testing is performed during the early stages of product design by moving to the left in the project life-cycle. Developers need to focus on quality from the beginning, instead of waiting for performance issues and defects to be discovered late in the development life-cycle. Shifting left enables project teams to test, provide feedback, and review changes & progress daily.

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Experiences with supporting the employee's master’s thesis

By OptoFidelity on 5/29/20 10:00 AM

Growing into a professional in the field of technology means striving with studies and engaging oneself in the industry. For many students, this means working as a part-time summer trainee at a company. Among all the positive experiences, the responsibilities can sometimes prove to be quite an ordeal during work and studies. This is where the support of the employer plays an important role.

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Display Color Measurement -Background and Applications

By OptoFidelity on 3/13/20 9:00 AM

Display Color Properties

Displays of all kinds are the main channels for human interaction with various devices. Whether it is a mobile phone, tablet, PC, cars, home appliances, info screens, or machine controllers, displaying information and content on display is the most natural way to interact with people. As the variety and usage of displays increase, the color optics of display performance grows in importance. Can the user see the content clearly from various angles? Are the colors vivid and natural at the same time? Are there unevenness or visible defects on display? Do the colors of two in-device displays match when it comes to dual-screen devices?

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Why Touch is to be tested?

By Chinmay Zare on 2/24/20 9:00 AM

Humans are gifted with five senses namely sight, hear, touch, taste and smell. These senses help us perceive the world and get the best of the experiences. Technology has certainly adapted to give us best experience by the means of touch. From phone to a watch, from car to fridge, from ATMs to POS, everything is embedded with a touch capacity for human interaction. Delivering such interactive technology comes with a requirement of quality assurance to keep the product consistent and enhance the customer experience. Having shipped a poor quality of touch panels in any device has a significant impact on the quality of device. This certainly affects the device brand and the future of the product. Having a thorough testing cycle in R&D as well in manufacturing line, improves the quality of production, which helps getting better business yield.

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Comparing VR headsets’ tracking performance

By Pekka Laiho, Tommi Nikula on 1/20/20 9:00 AM

Consumer VR headsets have been available since 2015, when a large number of companies announced their own versions of the products. By 2016, more than 230 companies were working on their own VR HMD projects. Most of these projects have since ended and companies have gone bankrupt, but some keep releasing new products, both stand-alone and tethered versions, on an almost annual basis. Oculus (Facebook) released new Quest and Rift devices in 2019, while HTC came up with a new VIVE and Valve announced their Index glasses. Then there is Varjo, a company that keeps amazing their fans with human-eye resolution products, as well as numerous new Chinese companies that are also catching up fast in product design and performance. In CES 2020, there were dozens of new players and products coming to both the VR and AR markets. [1] [2]

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