Eric EisenbergOptics Development Manager | Radiant Vision Systems
A Flexible Solution for XR Display Testing: Replicating the Human Eye in More Headsets and Smart Glasses
Across AR, VR, and MR, the landscape of extended reality (XR) technology continues to diversify while demanding increased visual performance. Evaluating the quality of visual experiences in these devices requires that test systems emulate the user’s visual perspective—characterizing and qualifying virtual elements produced by the XR display that are viewed near to the eye, within a headset, across potentially wide fields of view (FOV). As headsets evolve, these viewing parameters become more challenging to replicate—different display FOVs, resolutions, focus ranges, and hardware form factors require new display test solutions to emulate the human visual perspective under more diverse viewing conditions. Visual inspection equipment must either be customized for each measurement scenario, or an inspection solution must provide greater flexibility to continue to capture meaningful data from the intended viewing position across an array of headset parameters. In this presentation, learn about optical test systems that are designed to emulate human vision in AR/VR headsets and meet a new XR test system that incorporates additional flexibility to address more testing scenarios—including various device focus ranges, display specifications, and form factors.