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SpyderX and USB

I have seen some questions about the new SpyderX devices and their compatibility with various forms of USB. This confusion starts with the fact that USB C ports showed up about the same time as USB 3, so some people assume that they are USB 3 ports. Let’s start with the plug end of things.[…]

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The SpyderX lens and human eye

Previous Spyder models have utilized a contact design, where the optical system was in direct contact with the screen. Light was columnated by a baffle, evened out with a diffusor, then redirected to a large series of filtered sensors for measuring. This system was optimized over the years by adding a larger aperture, more stable filters, and other improvements; but the overall concept remained similar.[…]

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SpyderX and New Display Technologies

There has been a broad array of new display technologies rolled out over the last decade. Most have been variations of the LED display category, though a few totally new systems have appeared, such as OLED. This requires new calibration technologies, as e.g. used in the SpyderX.[…]

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