VR Goggles are rapidly moving from a gaming novelty to an integrated entertainment platform and are also gaining industry acceptance for inventory control, design, and manufacturing. Whether the systems use Fresnel technology, waveguides or more traditional displays, thickness characterization is critical for QC and manufacturing environments. Bristol Instruments non-contact optical thickness gauges offer high accuracy thickness measurement to ensure the highest possible performance of these devices.
- Simultaneous measurement of multiple layers, including Liquid Optically Clear Adhesives.
- Non-contact technique means no damage or deformation.
- Real time results for fast testing throughput.
- QC Mode in Opti-Cal software ensures mistake free measurements for engineering, QC and production personnel.
Measurement results shown in the screenshot below are from a typical waveguide assembly of a VR Display. Bristol's Opti-Cal software, used below in QC mode, show five in spec layers with green highlights, the single layer with the red highlight is out of spec by 5.19 microns.