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The word gonio derives from the Greek meaning angle. A goniometer is an instrument that measures angles most accurately. Photometer derives from the Greek photon = light and is an instrument that measures light. A goniophotometer therefore performs the measurement of the distribution in space of a light source and displays the photometric properties of the light visible to the human eye in relation to a defined angular position.
This project hopes to make a commercially available and portable goniophotometer system with the potential to scale the system. A mobile unit opens up the possibility of new markets.
This project is different from its counterpart project
P08541 in that this system does not deform the sample and
is meant for field applications.
- Project Name
- Scalable Goniophotometer Architecture Development - Hand Carried Imaging System
- Project Number
- Project Family
- P08540 - Image & Color Science
- Printing & Imaging Systems Technology
- Start Term
- End Term
- Faculty Guide
- Dr. Esterman (Industrial and Systems Engineering )
- Faculty Consultant
- Dr. Salvaggio and Dr. Arney and Ms. Farnand (Imaging Science)
- Graduate Student
- TBD (Imaging Science)
- Primary Customer
- TBD **customer name here**
- Customer contact information
- customer company here
- customer title here
- customer email, phone, address, etc, here
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Concept Design Review Documents (SD I)
Detailed Design Review Documents (SD I)
Managerial Design Review Presentation (SD I)
Technical Conference Publication (SD II)
Poster Publication (SD II)
Managerial Design Review Presentation (SD II)