Flexible image quality measurement for AR/XR glasses
Flexible image quality measurement
SCOUT is a versatile imaging and test station tailored for a wide range of AR/XR glasses designs and sub-assemblies.
It provides a comprehensive assessment of the realized image quality of devices under test (DUTs), measuring a range of factors such as eye box, field of view (FOV), binocular disparity, contrast ratios, color, uniformity, and geometric distortion.
The station utilizes OptoFidelity’s proprietary OptoColor instrument integrated with a 6-axis robotic arm alongside adaptive DUT holders. This ensures flexibility and precise characterization throughout various AR/XR device assembly and development stages.
Critical Factors Measured with SCOUT
Eye-Box: The location, size, and shape of the area where the user can see the displayed content.
Field of View (FOV): The Angular extent of the visible virtual world.
Binocular Disparity: Depth perception and stereoscopic effects.
Checkerboard Contrast: Light/dark - contrast and its uniformity over the visible image area.
Luminance Non-Uniformity: Changes in the relationship between measured average luminance to the measured maximum luminance value.
Chromaticity measurement: Measures the color displayed by the DUT with high fidelity.
Color Non-Uniformity: Maximum deviation in CIE 1976 UCS chromaticity coordinates between the sampling points.
Geometric Distortion: Amount of radial distortion across the visible image area.
Chromatic Aberration: Difference in display optics distortion performance between display color channels.
Michelson Contrast: Display image sharpness.
See SCOUT in action
This video is a short demonstration showing OptoFidelity's SCOUT in action.
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