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microLED, 5000ppi, brightest display in the world (1 million nits) by Jade Bird Display (JBD)

Posted by Charbax – June 22, 2018

Hong Kong Beida Jade Bird Display (JBD) received an honorable mention from I-Zone judges for its active-matrix microLED display with 5,000 pixels per inch and over 1 million nits of brightness. JBD develops next-gen inorganic material-based microLED microdisplays using its unique wafer-scale, monolithic hybrid-integration technology, which allows the excellent light emission of compound semiconductor devices to be paired with IC functionality. JBD’s AMOLED microdisplays provide a solution for applications in augmented reality and other projection formats.

Filmed at the I-Zone demo and prototype area at SID Display Week, the world's largest and best exhibition for electronic information display technology.

ETRI RaonTech Microdisplays at I-Zone SID Display Week 2018

Posted by Charbax – June 22, 2018

ETRI shows a variety of RaonTech’s microdisplay solutions, which can be used for military.

Filmed at the I-Zone demo and prototype area at SID Display Week, the world's largest and best exhibition for electronic information display technology.

rdot electrochromic display and high-reflectance RGB pixel towards full-color reflective display

Posted by Charbax – June 22, 2018

rdot is a Swedish company that is developing and commercializing a low-cost and energy-efficient electrochromic display technology. The reflective and screen-printed displays can be made in both small and large areas and in many different colors, shapes, and forms. They are targeting a wide range of applications, such as industrial IoT, medical technology devices, wearable technology, and smart surfaces. The company also demonstrated a high-reflectance RGB pixel that is the starting point of a high-resolution, full-color reflective display.

Filmed at the I-Zone demo and prototype area at SID Display Week, the world's largest and best exhibition for electronic information display technology.

UNC Chapel Hill deformable beamsplitter for full focus in a wide field of view

Posted by Charbax – June 22, 2018

The University of North Carolina (UNC) showed a display prototype based on its patent-pending deformable beamsplitter, which is able to provide a full range of focus in a wide field of view (FOV). The display inherits the wide FOV from traditional beamcombiner displays but by dynamically changing the curvature of the half-silvered membranes, researchers are able to set the focus at any depth within the viewing range of a typical 20 year-old. This single optical element technology is designed to make augmented- and mixed-reality displays feasible in the near future by enabling comfortable viewing experiences in a simple design.

Filmed at the I-Zone demo and prototype area at SID Display Week, the world's largest and best exhibition for electronic information display technology.

I-Zone Winners Announced at Display Week 2018

Posted by Charbax – June 17, 2018

The winners of Display Week 2018’s I-Zone Awards are announced live from the exhibition floor.

The I-Zone returned for the seventh year, showcasing live demonstrations of emerging best-in-class display and related technologies that will be integrated into next-generation products.
This year's "Best Prototype" winner is Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, which developed a 250-pixel-per-inch (ppi) active-matrix field-sequential color-display panel based on electrically suppressed helix ferroelectric liquid crystal (FLC). FLC's fast response time of 10 microseconds under low voltage of 6.67V/micron enables field sequential color display operation with a 60-Hz frame rate and 360-Hz FLC driving frequency.

Additional honoree awards were given to: Dimenco for its glasses-free 2D to 3D switchable displays, created by applying lenticular lenses on top of an LC display; Hong Kong Jade Bird Display for its active-matrix microLED display with 5,000 pixels per inch and over 1 million nits of brightness; PlayNitride, Inc. for utilizing its PixeLED display technology to build a transparent display with an innovative and unique process to transfer RGB microLEDs onto a pixel; and XTPL SA for its innovative materials process that can print electrodes several hundred times thinner than a human hair, with conductive lines as thin as 100nm.

ADRC shows blue-light-emitting-microLED-on-blue-laser-annealed (BLA)

Posted by Charbax – June 17, 2018

Advanced Display Research Center (ADRC) of Korea created a 1,024 pixel blue-light-emitting-microLED-on-blue-laser-annealed (BLA) low-temperature polysilicon thin-film transistor backplane; and demonstrated an active matrix microLEDS (AMLEDs) over 40, 000 cd/m3 and details for the BLA process included.

Filmed at the I-Zone demo and prototype area at SID Display Week, the world's largest and best exhibition for electronic information display technology.

Display Week’s I-Zone, sponsored by E Ink, is a unique exhibition-within-the-exhibition filled with demos and prototypes from around the world. Every year, dozens of applicants submit their pre-market and emerging products to compete for a free booth where they can share their inventions with buyers, manufacturers, potential partners, industry leaders and thousands of attendees.

FOVI3D light-field displays with microlens arrays at Display Week 2018

Posted by Charbax – June 17, 2018

FOVI3D Inc. demonstrates a pair of 90 x 90 mm light-field display (LfD) developer kits, which are equipped with a novel microlens array. Each LfD offers a wide field of view (60d and 90d), full parallax, and perspective-correct 3D aerial image for all viewers within the projection frustrum without head/eye tracking or head gear.

Filmed at the I-Zone demo and prototype area at SID Display Week, the world's largest and best exhibition for electronic information display technology.

XTPL ultra-precise Nanometric Printer receives Honorable Mention at Display Week 2018 I-Zone

Posted by Charbax – June 17, 2018

XTPL received an honorable mention from I-Zone judges for its innovative product that prints extremely fine film structures using nanomaterials. XTPL’s interdisciplinary team is developing and commercializing an innovative technology that enables ultra-precise printing of electrodes up to several hundred times thinner than a human hair – conducive lines as thin as 100 nm. XTPL is facilitating the production of a new generation of transparent conductive films (TCFs) that are widely used in manufacturing. XTPL's solution has a potentially disruptive technology in the production of displays, monitors, touchscreens, printed electronics, wearable electronics, smart packaging, automotive, medical devices, photovoltaic cells, biosensors, and anti-counterfeiting. The technology is also applicable to the open-defect repair industry (the repair of broken metallic connections in thin film electronic circuits) and offers cost-effective, non-toxic, flexible industry-adapted solutions.

XTPL’s technology might be the only one in the world offering cost-effective, non-toxic, flexible, industry adapted solution for the market of displays TFT/LCD/OLED, integrated circuits (IC), printed circuit boards (PCB), multichip modules (MCM); photolithographic masks & solar cells market.

XTPL delivers also solutions for research & prototyping including printing head, electronics, software algorithms which are the core of the system driving the electric field and the assembly process of nanoparticles implemented in XTPL's Nanometric Lab Printer. It is a device that offers necessary functionalities to test, evaluate and use XTPL line-forming technology with nanometric precision and enables positioning of the printing head with micrometric resolution precisely.

Official video explaining XTPL's technology: https://youtu.be/WMerzxzCXuw

Filmed at the I-Zone demo and prototype area at SID Display Week, the world's largest and best exhibition for electronic information display technology.

Zhijing Nanotech Quantum Dot backlight units (QD-BLUs) using perovskite quantum-dot film (PQDF)

Posted by Charbax – June 17, 2018

Zhijing Nanotech from Beijing, China, develops next-gen quantum dot backlight units (QD-BLUs) for wide color gamut QLCD technology, which contains perovskite quantum-dot film (PQDF) as a primary light-conversion component. The PQDF exhibits high light conversion efficiency, narrow emission peak, high integration and low cost. During Display Week, they demonstrated the wide-color gamut PQDF-LCD TV prototype, which was achieved by combining the blue-light emitting diode (LED) chip, red K2SiF6:Mn4+ (KSF) phosphor, and green PQDF as RGB backlight sources. The luminance is above 500 nits.

Filmed at the I-Zone demo and prototype area at SID Display Week, the world's largest and best exhibition for electronic information display technology.

Display Week’s I-Zone, sponsored by E Ink, is a unique exhibition-within-the-exhibition filled with demos and prototypes from around the world. Every year, dozens of applicants submit their pre-market and emerging products to compete for a free booth where they can share their inventions with buyers, manufacturers, potential partners, industry leaders and thousands of attendees.

Fluxim Phelos benchtop R&D instrument measures electroluminescence spectrum in all angles

Posted by Charbax – June 17, 2018

High performance long lifetime emitting materials are essential to the success of OLEDs and quantum-dots (QDs), the summit of today’s display technology. The Swiss company Fluxim introduces Phelos, a benchtop R&D instrument that determines the position and orientation of emitters inside a working OLED stack or QD down-conversion film which are key optimization parameters. Phelos measures the electroluminescence spectrum in all emission and polarization angles. Furthermore, the instrument can be transformed into a photoluminescence spectrometer, unleashing the full advantage of angular luminescence analysis. An integrated optical model based on Fluxim’s simulation software Setfos with fitting algorithm provides a fast and accurate extraction of the emission zone and emitter molecule orientation. The new instrument Phelos complements Fluxim’s portfolio of R&D tools including the opto-electronic simulator Setfos, the electro-thermal simulator Laoss and the all-in-one instrument Paios, all designed to tackle challenges in the display and emerging PV industry. Fluxim founder Beat Ruhstaller demonstrated Phelos and the other R&D tools at the I-ZONE at SID Display Week 2018.

Collection of Fluxim speeches are at: http://fluxim.com/videos