Join us for a webinar on Jul 30, 2019 at 3:00 PM PDT (6 PM EDT).
RGB lasers are forecast to take over as the predominant light source for displays in the future in products like projectors and head-up displays. The RGB laser market is poised to grow significantly, with forecasts calling for it to reach $91 Billion in 2020 and $636 Billion by 2040.
To accommodate testing and adjustment of the RGB lasers, Hioki developed the Discrete Centroid Wavelength Method, a new technique for directly measuring the centroid wavelength and optical power of laser light sources. This approach makes it possible to accurately adjust the white balance of displays that use RGB lasers. Join us for a fascinating and informative webinar that delves into this groundbreaking new technique, its benefits and advantages.
Please join Hioki's own, Keisuke Hieda, Master of physics, the University of Tokyo, Tokyo (2013), HIOKI E.E. CORPORATION, Nagano, Japan (2013-present), Development and Design Engineer in Optical Measurement.
・developed a new measurement method of the wavelength and radiometric quantity of visible lasers
・developed photometric and colorimetric meters for laser displays
・is currently formulating international standards for the optical performance evaluation of laser displays
Who should attend: Optical Engineers, laser engineers, R&D Device Engineers, Device Scientists, Quality Assurance Engineers, Manufacturing/Production Test Engineers.
For those who can’t attend our live session, we’ll provide a recording.
- We will be using GoToWebinar.
- You can join our session by using a Mac, PC or a mobile device.
- Welcome and introductions
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.