Radiant Hosts Educational Seminars on Light and Color Measurement for Design and Quality Control

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 Radiant Vision Systems, a leading provider of visual test and inspection solutions for light sources and displays, kicks off the 2018 series of its popular half-day seminars providing education on “Light & Color Measurement” for design and quality control of light-emitting devices. Seminars are led by Radiant’s team of photometric imaging experts, and include live demonstrations of display testing, backlit symbol evaluation, and LED intensity measurement using Radiant TrueTest™ Automated Visual Inspection Software and ProSource® Light Measurement Software.

The seminars will take place at various dates and locations, with the next events occurring on March 29 in Detroit, Michigan, and April 5 in Atlanta, Georgia.

Lighting and displays have become an integral component in products for electronics, automotive, aerospace, and other industries. Manufacturers are adopting modern LCD, LED, and OLED technologies to develop innovative device interfaces, more efficient and safer operations, and improved user experiences. To ensure positive ROI, manufacturers are tasked with understanding how illuminated components impact the overall design, quality, and function of these products. Responding to the success of its 2017 seminar series, Radiant will provide education for manufacturers of light-emitting products with seminars in new locations throughout North America. Radiant’s live seminar series offers a fundamental introduction to photometric principles for light and color measurement and presents imaging solutions that can accurately simulate human visual perception of light to ensure the truest evaluation of product design and function. These solutions also answer the need for quality control on the production line, where they are used in fully-automated integrations to optimize operations throughout manufacturing.

Attendees of Radiant’s seminars will learn:

  • The fundamentals of light and color measurement
  • How the human eye responds to light
  • How to capture and quantify meaningful qualities of light and color using image-based photometric measurement systems
  • The components of a successful light measurement system
  • Applications and considerations for image-based evaluation of displays, backlit symbols, and light sources

Demonstrations of photometric measurement will be provided throughout Radiant seminars using Radiant ProMetric® Imaging Colorimeters and Photometers, ProSource Software, and TrueTest Software. Attendees will have the opportunity to discuss applications with the Radiant team following each presentation. All seminars will be hosted between 10AM-1:30PM and are free to attend, with complimentary lunch and refreshments provided to all attendees.

  Register for an  seminar, visit “Light & Color Measurement

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