BOE and Rohinni, a fast-growing mini and micro LED technology startup, show the first demos from their joint venture (JV) that will bring the power and brilliance of micro LEDs to mass-market. Through the JV, they will enable consumer electronics makers to meet both current and future demand for higher-quality displays. The JV will adopt Rohinni’s proprietary high-speed MicroLED placement technology that is capable of placing 50 die-per-second (dps) with 10 micron accuracy at 99.999% die yields. BOE and Rohinni will initially focus on large panel applications (32-inch and up) for consumer electronic products in addition to all display sizes for industrial, automotive and other markets.
Rohinni also has a joint-venture with Magna Electronics called Magna Rohinni Automotive Electronics to develop flexible mini-LED and micro-LED based lighting devices for the automotive market.
Luumii is a joint-venture between Micro-LED developer Rohinni and Koja is mass producing its micro-LED and mini-LED based notebook computer keyboard backlights and logo lighting solutions, more compact, more power efficient, enhances product features and user experience as it offers colored lighting and animations with a current capacity is of 100,000 units per month.