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Gigabyte AmpereOne Arm Server, Ampere Altra Max ATX Motherboards, Nvidia Grace Hopper, Liquid Cooled

Posted by – June 3, 2023

In this video, I dive into the powerful features of Gigabyte’s latest Ampere motherboards and Server rack solutions at Computex 2023 featuring AmpereOne with up to 192 cores, and features eight DIMMs. With 16 DIMMs in total, this motherboard also includes OCP 2.0, offering a variety of PCIe cards for graphics. Additionally, it comes with a 10G lane onboard, a Management Port, and NPR (low temp, low power) technology, making it ideal for multiple data centers.

But that’s not all! I also showcase some incredible add-on cards, including OCB 3.0 type cards like 1G, 10G, and 25G, all available in PCIe form factors. These cards, such as the HBA cards from Broadcom and Broadcom rate card, are perfectly compatible with the Ampere motherboard.

Are you ready for extreme performance? You can even install lightning-fast GPUs on this motherboard, and it’s fully compatible with Nvidia. For more details, I explore the HPC side, which is particularly interesting for those seeking high-performance computing.

But wait, there’s more! I reveal the CPU GPU Grace Hopper, which was recently announced by Mr. Jensen from Nvidia. This keynote session unveils a Cloud Server accelerator that pushes AI forward with its impressive CPU GPU design and built-in 96 GB HB M3 memory.

The future of fast computing is here, and the video takes a closer look at the fast connectors, including the 72-core arms and 70 to 100 core amp processors. You’ll be amazed by the performance capabilities. To handle the heat generated, the server utilizes fans, similar to an airplane taking off, but they gradually reduce RPM based on the heat being utilized.

Memory capacity is essential, and this motherboard delivers with 960 gigabytes per module and 900 gigabytes per second Envy link, offering massive memory bandwidth. Moreover, the Nvidia Bluefield 2 and Bluefield compatible PCI land cards provide even more advantages.

Throughout the video, you’ll notice Jensen Huang’s signature, emphasizing the significance of these advancements. The video also showcases the X HXM 5, which supports eight H100 XXM 5 GPU servers. These modular designs, linked with MV links, accommodate Intel and AMD sockets.

The Ampere servers steal the spotlight with their incredible capabilities. The Emperor One stands out with its dual 5-nanometer design, offering high performance and low power consumption. It boasts the most performance per watt in the world and comes in both 3.5 and 2.5 drive formats. Whether you need a single or dual socket, the Ampere server has you covered.

With ample RAM and PCIe slots, this server caters to various needs. It supports up to 16 memories in a single-socket configuration, while dual sockets can handle up to 32 memories. The video emphasizes customization possibilities and how Gigabyte works closely with partners and customers to deliver tailored solutions.

The video takes a fascinating turn as it explores direct liquid cooling solutions and servers submerged in a specialized chemical cooling agent. These innovative cooling methods ensure optimal performance and heat dissipation.

But that’s not all! The video touches on SSDs, SATA systems, and OCP servers, such as the ones used by Facebook in the Open Compute Project. Gigabyte serves a diverse range of customers, including big tech companies and partners.

To wrap up the video, it discusses the future of AI, the increasing demand for deep learning and inferencing, and the exponential growth of this field. Viewers are encouraged to visit Gigabyte’s website for more information and to make purchases.

Don’t miss out on this comprehensive overview of the Ampere motherboard and its impressive features. Experience the power of the second generation Ampere motherboard supporting up to 128 GB RAM and 128 cores. With eight DIMMs and OCP 2.0, it offers PCIe cards for graphics, 10G LAN, and a Management Port. This low-power solution is being used in data centers. Explore add-on cards like OCB 3.0 HBA and Broadcom RAID cards. Compatible with NVIDIA GPUs, this system delivers fast computing. Witness the CPU-GPU Grace Hopper with 96 GB HBM3 memory, promising the future of AI.

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Tianma Booth Tour at Display Week 2023, transparent microLED, OLED, Foldables, Medical, Automotive

Posted by – June 2, 2023
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Robert Dunhouse, Sr FAE Manager, at the Tiana booth in SID Display Week 2023. Let’s explore some exciting displays. First, a remarkable micro LED transparent display with 70% transmissive capability and 10% reflection ratio. It has applications in self-driving cars, homes, and glass surfaces.

Next, a micro LED display with an adjustable transparency range from 0.1% to 24%. It combines a standard liquid crystal display with a micro LED display, without a color filter.

In the consumer space, side-by-side OLED displays with equal image quality. One incorporates cfot technology, reducing power consumption by 30%.

A quad curve display with curved edges for enhanced aesthetics and viewing experience. Also, a privacy display that limits the horizontal viewing angle for user privacy.

For touch-enabled displays, a fast refresh display for handheld gaming and a low-temperature polysilicon display with reduced border size for a sleeker look.

In the consumer space, a 13.3-inch touch-embedded display with a 120 Hertz frame rate, ideal for tablets.

A high refresh rate demonstration of 480 Hertz and a 16-inch high-resolution display with mini LED backlights for dynamic contrast.

A unique 1.5-inch flexible OLED display on a flexible substrate for complex shapes.

In the medical space, a 30.9-inch and 21.35 Meg color display for accurate diagnostics. In the marine market, a ruggedized 20.8-inch 4K display for maritime environments.

Invisible technology that offers aesthetically pleasing designs when not in use, with intact touch functionality. Also, high shock and vibration resistance displays for rugged environments.

Wet and glove technology that enables touch functionality even in the presence of water. Large-sized touch screens with custom cover glass and direct bonding.

In the automotive sector, a 10.25-inch curved display with a wide color gamut and a head-up display with augmented reality features.

For gaming enthusiasts, a 34-inch ultrawide gaming monitor with a 240 Hertz refresh rate and adaptive sync technology.

In the commercial sector, a 55-inch video wall display with narrow bezels and high brightness for advertising and signage purposes.

In the education sector, interactive whiteboards with touch and pen input for engaging and collaborative learning environments.

Advancements in virtual reality displays with a 4K OLED display specifically designed for VR headsets.

These are just a few highlights from Tianma’s range of cutting-edge displays. We continue to push the boundaries of display technology to redefine visual experiences across various industries.

Thank you for joining us at SID Display Week 2023, and stay tuned for more exciting displays from Tianma!

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Live at Computex 2023 day3

Posted by – June 1, 2023

Live interviews with all the best exhibitors at Computex 2023 here in Taipei Taiwan, I will later publish all these videos in 4K60 (there was no day2 live stream..)

Etulipa Reflective Display Technology for Outdoor Displays at SID Display Week 2023 I-Zone

Posted by – June 1, 2023
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Hans Feil, CEO of Etulipa, a small company based in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. Etulipa specializes in a unique technology known as reflective display technology, which offers vibrant reflective colors, high video speed, and incredibly low power consumption. This technology is particularly ideal for outdoor displays, thanks to its wide temperature range of -30 to +65 degrees Celsius.

During the interview, Hans showcased an impressive example of a tile with 10 millimeter pixels, perfect for outdoor displays and creating impactful text near bus stations and other locations. He also shared the success story of their black and white display in a New York bus stop, which has been running for three years in various weather conditions.

What sets Etulipa’s technology apart is its use of subtractive colors—cyan, magenta, and yellow—combined with a white reflector. By individually controlling these pixels, they can create all the colors of the rainbow. Hans emphasized that experiencing the bright reflective colors in person, preferably outdoors in the sunlight, is truly awe-inspiring.

One fascinating aspect of Etulipa’s displays is their energy efficiency. Hans revealed that they have a display in Eindhoven consisting of eight panels running for a year solely on solar power. These displays are designed to automatically switch on a backlight in darker conditions and utilize the sun’s natural brightness during the day, resulting in a remarkable balance of power consumption.

As we delved further into the company’s background, Hans explained that Etulipa originated as a spin-off from Philips Electronics, where previous attempts at electric wetting technology had been made. After pivoting to outdoor displays, Etulipa found the perfect application for their technology, leveraging its power efficiency and vibrant colors.

Reflecting on the company name, Hans shared that “Etulipa” combines the Dutch association with tulips and the concept of electronic paper. Just like tulips are known for their vibrant colors, Etulipa aims to bring energy-efficient displays to the world without compromising visual appeal.

During our discussion, we touched upon the display’s surface characteristics. While the showcased display had a glossy finish, Hans mentioned the possibility of adding an anti-reflective or matte layer, depending on personal preferences.

Looking ahead, Etulipa’s focus is on scaling up production and optimizing their manufacturing process to accommodate larger volumes. They plan to utilize four times larger pieces of glass and TFTs (thin-film transistors) backplanes to achieve pixel sizes as small as 2.5 millimeters, thereby enhancing the resolution and overall performance of their displays.

Additionally, we briefly explored the potential for flexible displays. Although Etulipa currently operates on glass substrates, they are actively researching alternative architectures that would allow for flexible displays using foils and films. The ultimate goal is to eliminate any physical limitations and offer truly flexible display solutions.

As a demonstration of their commitment to the outdoors, Hans invited viewers to visit their booth at the I-Zone, where every day at 12:30, they take the display panel outside for a captivating showcase. This interactive experience highlights the essence of e-paper technology—blending with nature and encouraging people to step outside their indoor environment.

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Corning at Display Week 2023 shows transparent display, antenna reconfigurable intelligent surface

Posted by – June 1, 2023
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Welcome to Corning’s booth at SID Display Week 2023, where they present their cutting-edge display innovations that offer a glimpse into the future of human interactions. From transparent displays with endless design possibilities to glass-based solutions for 5G and 6G, we’re excited to showcase the role of glass in shaping the next generation of technology.

One highlight is our collaboration with JDI on a transparent display, perfect for restaurants, hotels, and stores. It boasts high transmittance, dual-side visibility, and eliminates facial reflections, enabling face-to-face communication with useful information displayed on both sides.

Discover the reconfigurable intelligent surface (RIS) prototypes, revolutionizing 5G and 6G communication. By leveraging glass substrates and advanced metal patterns, we overcome coverage limitations and blind spots, enhancing signal reflections without interfering with display quality.

Join us as we explore the future integration of RIS products with interior walls or displays, extending coverage and beam tilting capabilities. Imagine transparent antennas seamlessly incorporated into your surroundings.

In addition, we discuss the latest HDMI updates and compatibility efforts in partnership with display makers and cable manufacturers. Ensuring stable performance, high-speed data transmission, and interference-free connections, we’re paving the way for an enhanced viewing experience.

Don’t miss out on the exciting developments at Display Week 2023! Join us as we delve into the latest advancements in display technology and explore the potential for a seamless, interconnected future. Visit our booth and stay tuned for more updates.

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Avantama Perovskite Quantum Dots for QD-OLED, microLEDs, ink jet ink, photoresist, EHD ink

Posted by – May 31, 2023
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By using Avantama’s best in class perovskite quantum dots, a high-end monitor uses 25% less power than the commercial one. On the other hand, Avantama is presenting three different percolate QD inks for application in QD-OLED and future micro LEDs: ink jet ink, photoresist formulation and EHD ink (electrohydrodynamic printing). Material for a bright and efficient future

Samuel Halim, the CEO of Avantama, a Swiss-based materials company specializing in electronics. In this video, he is sharing their latest developments from the past few years.

Their focus has been on developing cutting-edge materials, particularly our exceptional Perovskite Quantum Dots. These Quantum dots are the best in their class for display applications, delivering unmatched performance. They offer pure colors, high efficiency, incredible brightness, and contribute to lower power consumption in displays.

In the video, he showcases a comparison between two displays. The left one is a commercial monitor equipped with mini LED backlight and a low cadmium cutie film. They replaced the cutie film with our own containing Perovskite Quantum dots and red KSF phosphor. Both monitors were set to the same brightness level, and their monitor consumed 25% less energy, resulting in an improved energy label from G to E. This makes their monitor compliant with the new EU regulations, while the original monitor falls short.

It’s essential for companies to prioritize better films for their displays instead of downgrading the overall quality. While using their films might be slightly more expensive initially, it pays off in the long run due to reduced power consumption, which often constitutes the largest cost.

They also delve into the technology behind our Perovskite Quantum dots, explaining how they offer the purest colors and highest efficiency. They’re currently showcasing our next-generation Quantum dot materials for QD OLED and QD micro LED applications. These materials can be applied using various methods, including inkjet printing and photorezist-based techniques, with impressive pixel resolutions and sizes.

He discusses the future of displays, particularly the exciting potential of micro LED technology. He expects to see bright, colorful micro LED displays in smartwatches and other devices. Quantum dots will play a crucial role in improving color accuracy, reducing energy consumption, and lowering costs.

As for printing, while their materials can be used for inkjet inks in theory, their focus remains on commercial applications. Display makers will utilize printing machines equipped with their components to produce high-quality displays.

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Sinovia Technologies Printing OLEDs with Roll-to-Roll Technology at Display Week 2023 I-Zone

Posted by – May 31, 2023
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Whitney Gaynor, CEO and co-founder of Sinovia Technologies, specializes in printing OLEDs using a roll-to-roll process, similar to how newspapers are printed using a printing press. In this demonstration, Whitney showcases segmented displays that convey information from smart products to users.

Using their proprietary material and flexography, a contact printing method employing a rolling rubber stamp, Sinovia can print custom OLED designs in various shapes and patterns, including pixel matrices, icons, logos, and segments tailored to specific applications. These OLEDs operate on a passive matrix system, with rows driving the display.

Whitney then presents their impressive eight-stage printing press, located in their San Carlos, California clean room. They have achieved print speeds of up to 50 meters per minute, demonstrating the high throughput capabilities of their technology.

The video explores the flexographic plates used by Sinovia, which define the printed OLED patterns. These plates are wrapped around cylinders on their printing press and are instrumental in stamping the OLED material into specific patterns. Sinovia’s roll-to-roll process allows for efficient printing of multiple layers, including cathode evaporation and encapsulation, resulting in a stack of OLED layers with overlapping anode and cathode patterns.

Addressing the reliability of their OLEDs, Whitney assures viewers that Sinovia utilizes state-of-the-art, commercially available light-emitting materials. These materials offer operational lifetimes ranging from 10,000 hours to 50% brightness and have shelf lives of approximately five years. Through ongoing testing, Sinovia aims to achieve a remarkable 10-year operational field lifetime.

The affordability of their displays is another crucial aspect discussed. Thanks to their printing technology, Sinovia can precisely place materials with minimal waste, making it cost-effective. Compared to traditional evaporation methods, where a significant amount of material is lost on chamber walls, Sinovia’s printing process eliminates this issue. They can create customized OLEDs even at low volumes, offering a more accessible option for smart product manufacturers previously unable to afford high-end OLED displays.

Whitney addresses the cost of manufacturing custom OLEDs, explaining that the price depends on the size and yield. While they are not yet in mass production, Sinovia estimates that their custom OLEDs could cost just a few dollars. Additionally, when asked about the possibility of printing active matrix OLEDs, Whitney expresses optimism for the future. Currently, printable materials with sufficient mobility for active matrix OLEDs are not available, but ongoing research on roll-to-roll oxides and tunnel junctions offers promising potential.

Based in San Carlos, California, Sinovia Technologies is a startup in the OLED industry. Although not yet famous, they are excited to present their groundbreaking technology at Display Week, their first-ever conference. Whitney shares their positive experience so far, with numerous interested parties exploring potential partnerships and applications. Even representatives from a space company have shown interest, envisioning applications for spacesuits.

Regarding power consumption, Whitney highlights that Sinovia’s OLEDs have power consumption similar to traditional LEDs rather than LCDs. The directly driven segmented designs allow for precise control of the OLEDs by adjusting input voltage or current density. This control results in a more efficient power consumption, closer to LEDs than backlit LCDs.

In terms of printing technology, Sinovia’s approach is unique compared to other OLED printing methods. While most companies rely on inkjet printing, which requires photolithography for defining wells, Sinovia’s process is completely additive. They avoid batch processes and instead employ a continuous roll-to-roll approach from start to finish, allowing for efficient production.

When asked about the timeline for mass production, Whitney explains that Sinovia can already demonstrate their technology and print custom demos. They anticipate entering mass production next year for full OLEDs and expect to achieve full active matrix displays in the coming years. Sinovia acknowledges that improving resolution and registration are key factors for advancing their technology.

The issue of burn-in, commonly associated with OLED displays, is addressed. Whitney assures that Sinovia’s OLEDs utilize state-of-the-art emitters from commercial material supply partners, minimizing burn-in risks.

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Visual Media Lab Glass-Free 3D Display University of Tsukuba

Posted by – May 31, 2023
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Conventional integral imaging uses a fine fly‐eye lens whose elemental lens is perceived as one pixel. Coarse integral imaging uses a coarse fly‐eye lens so that multiple pixels are observed through each elemental lens, which generates a real image or a virtual image of the display panel. By using interleaved Fresnel lenses where the width of elemental prisms changes gradually, discontinuity of image due to the coarseness of lens array becomes indistinct. When multiple projection‐type display panels with high transmittance are layered, a layered real image or virtual image without moiré is formed, which enables integral imaging with volumetric features.

Join us as we delve into the captivating realm of glass-free 3D displays with an exclusive interview with Visual Media Lab of the University of Tsukuba. In this video, we meet the talented individual behind the revolutionary technology and witness mind-blowing 3D images without the need for special glasses or goggles.

Engage in an insightful conversation with the experts, unraveling the secrets behind this innovative display technology. Learn how the team achieves the mesmerizing effect by displaying multi-view images on the back screen and utilizing lens arrays and large aperture lenses to distribute them to different angles. This ingenious approach creates multiple viewpoints, allowing viewers to observe the 3D images with binocular parallax and motion parallax.

Explore various types of glass-free 3D displays, including the virtual image type that constructs 3D images far behind the display, and the transmissive display type that generates volumetric imaging, giving a sense of depth and volume to the visuals. The knowledgeable experts discuss the technical aspects and intricacies of these displays, shedding light on their potential applications and limitations.

Discover the number of views available in these displays, with 11 horizontal and six vertical viewpoints, enabling a truly immersive experience. Maria’s curiosity leads to an intriguing discussion about the possibilities of using this technology for huge holographic home displays, and the experts explain the requirements for creating larger displays, including bigger screens, lens arrays, and high brightness levels.

The conversation also touches on overcoming challenges, such as reflections and ambient lighting conditions. The experts share their ongoing efforts to optimize the technology for better image quality and propose potential solutions, including lens array adjustments and specialized coatings.

As the interview progresses, Maria explores the latest research and innovations, including elemental interleaved lenses, which enhance the image quality and transition between views. The team’s future work encompasses creating see-through augmented reality (AR) displays and combining haptic feedback systems to enable virtual touch interaction.

Witness the magic of this remarkable technology as Hatsune Miku, a virtual CG character, comes to life in a box, showcasing the capabilities and potential of glass-free 3D displays. The experts provide insights into the current resolution and express their aspirations for higher resolutions, such as 8K and 16K, to further enhance the visual experience.

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K&D Technology Booth Tour at Display Week 2023 One-Stop Supplier for Touch Panel LCD Display

Posted by – May 31, 2023
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Join Maria from K&D Technology as she takes you on a tour of their booth. Established in 2006, K&D Technology has been a leading supplier and manufacturer in the LCD display and touch panel industry for 17 years. With a wide range of sizes, from 0.96 inches to 32 inches, and a sub-theory of CMBM, K&D Technology is a trusted supplier to world-class companies, including Amazon, Google, and OGD. Their products have been applied to various areas such as smartphones, tablets, intelligent speakers, notebooks, smart home devices, and industrial control products. If you’re looking for a reliable supplier in the LCM and GM industry, K&D Technology is the perfect choice. Explore their impressive displays, learn about their partnerships, and discover their commitment to quality. With two large factories in Shenzhen and the Envy Province, K&D Technology is equipped to meet your volume requirements. Don’t miss the chance to connect with them at the Display Week and explore their cutting-edge solutions.

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JBD Hummingbird Full Color microLED for AR, “Display of the year” at Display Week 2023 ultra bright

Posted by – May 31, 2023
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Join Dr. Phil Chen, Senior VP at JBD, and Leon Baruah, Director of Marketing & Sales, as they unveil JBD’s latest product, the Hummingbird. This captivating video showcases JBD’s groundbreaking advancements in monochrome and polychrome microLED displays. JBD’s display has been awarded the prestigious “Display of the year” award for 2023 by SID.

Discover the exceptional capabilities of JBD’s micro LED displays, designed to deliver an unparalleled visual experience. Witness the unveiling of the world’s smallest polychrome micro LED projector, the Hummingbird, which boasts a volume of just 0.4 CC. The official launch took place at the esteemed SID Display Week 2023 event.

Immerse yourself in a world of full-color projection and explore the lifelike visuals produced by JBD’s micro LED displays. With an impressive resolution of 640 by 480 pixels and a pixel pitch of only four microns, the Hummingbird delivers vivid and vibrant images. Phil and Leon showcase a reference design that combines the latest projector with a state-of-the-art waveguide, offering viewers a captivating visual experience through specially designed glasses.

Experience the remarkable capabilities of JBD’s micro LED technology as demonstrated in the video. The full-color capabilities of the display are showcased, revealing its ability to reproduce a wide range of rich colors. From vibrant reds to brilliant greens and blues, the Hummingbird delivers an immersive visual feast.

Learn how JBD achieves exceptional performance and compactness through their innovative optical architecture using an X Cube. By combining three individual micro LED panels representing primary colors into a single full-color image, JBD achieves optimal image quality. The brightness levels of JBD’s micro LED displays are also discussed, reaching up to astonishing values individually and around 1,500 nits overall.

Explore JBD’s future roadmap, including the development of a higher resolution & monolithic full color displays in the near future. JBD’s expertise extends beyond micro LED displays to applications such as augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), and UV displays for 3D printers.

Take an exclusive glimpse into JBD’s micro display Fab in Shanghai, where meticulous inspection and testing processes ensure the highest quality. Discover the potential of JBD’s micro LED displays in wearable devices, head-mounted displays, automotive displays, and more. Collaboration with industry partners is emphasized to optimize the user experience and unlock new possibilities in gaming, entertainment, and advertising.

Learn about JBD’s plans to scale up production capabilities and meet the growing demand for micro LED displays. Stay connected with JBD for updates on their latest innovations and product releases. JBD invites individuals and businesses interested in micro LED technology to explore collaborations.

Join JBD on their mission to redefine the future of display technology and witness the transformative potential of micro LED technology. Experience the future of displays with JBD’s micro LED technology and be amazed by the capabilities of the Hummingbird. Get ready to embark on a captivating journey and be inspired by the possibilities that lie ahead.

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Live at Computex 2023 day1

Posted by – May 31, 2023

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Porotech at Display Week 2023 Pioneering Micro LED Technology for a Revolutionary Display Experience

Posted by – May 30, 2023
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Interview with Porotech CEO & Co-Founder Tongtong Zhu, a UK-based international company specializing in micro LED technologies. Their diverse range of offerings includes big displays, small displays, transparent displays, flexible displays, head-up displays, and AR applications. As a global design house for micro LED solutions, they cater to customers worldwide.

Today, they showcase one of their remarkable innovations: a flexible 27-inch micro LED display. This display utilizes RGB technology, with all colors emanating from a single material system called Indian gallium nitride. The result is exceptional color accuracy and image quality, thanks to the unified material system and high-resolution capabilities.

Moving on, let’s explore another impressive product in their lineup. Here we have a 1.27mm pitch transparent display, measuring 7.5 inches and boasting 34 PPI full color. This display employs mini LED technology on a TFT backplane, offering both transparency and high brightness suitable for outdoor applications.

At Porotech, they believe in democratizing access to their technologies. That’s why their reference designs are open for evaluation and testing, allowing customers to customize and tailor their platforms to their specific requirements and system specifications.

Now, let’s take a look at their booth where they proudly showcase their award-winning micro LED technology. They recently won the People’s Choice Award, a testament to the quality and innovation they bring to the market. Their all-in-one solution, known as the Rose, provides incredible brightness and vibrant colors. It utilizes three panels based on a single Indian gallium nitride material system, enabling a peak brightness of 1 million nits for outdoor applications. The unified material system ensures consistent optical and electrical characteristics, simplifying power management and consumption.

One question that often arises is whether their technology can revolutionize future smartphones, providing an exceptional full-table touch display experience. While their primary focus lies in IR applications, head-up displays, and wearables, they are open to exploring various application areas. Micro LED has the potential to open new doors and deliver exciting possibilities for different user cases.

In their wide portfolio, you’ll find a range of applications, from 0.12-inch monochrome displays to high-brightness AR glasses. They offer solutions with pure red, green, and blue applications based on indium gallium nitride, ensuring high brightness and efficiency. Their technology is ideal for AR glasses, offering compact and lightweight designs while delivering exceptional brightness.

Speaking of brightness, their micro LED displays can reach millions of nits for red, blue, and green colors. They are also launching 0.26 reference designs with blue, green, and red colors, boasting millions of nits brightness. These designs offer 720p resolution, enabling a wider content display and supporting future AR applications. Additionally, they provide dynamic pixel tuning for full-color resolution, allowing all colors to come from a single panel.

One of the key advantages of their technology is the ability to achieve all colors using just one LED. By providing reference designs and platform technology, they empower their customers to enhance and build upon their innovations according to their specifications.

Now, let’s delve into the technical details. Their 0.2-inch diagonal display boasts a 720p resolution, offering more than 5600 PPI pixel density. The pixel density is incredibly high, resulting in sharp and vibrant visuals. However, capturing the display’s brilliance on camera can be challenging due to its intense brightness. Nevertheless, rest assured that your sensor will be able to handle it without any issues.

As for mass production, their 0.26 reference designs are currently in production in Taiwan. They have an eight-inch production line that covers everything from material processing to pixel integration, CMOS integration, and light engine assembly. Their standardized process flow ensures consistent quality and enables efficient mass production.

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eMagin micro-OLED WUXGA Display: 15’000 nits for VR, aiming to achieve 30,000 nits for VR

Posted by – May 30, 2023
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Step into the world of technological innovation and explore the fascinating features of the WUXGA display showcased in this captivating video. Prepare to be amazed as we delve into the intricate details and remarkable capabilities of this cutting-edge display technology.

At the heart of this display lies its impressive resolution of 1920 by 1200 pixels. But what sets it apart is its direct patterned design, which utilizes a 9.6-micron pixel pitch. This design choice allows for the precise placement of red, green, and blue (RGB) colors, resulting in an unparalleled visual experience. Unlike traditional displays that use color filters, this direct patterning technique offers several advantages.

One of the standout features of this display is its maximum luminance, which reaches an astonishing 10,000 Candela per meter squared. To put this into perspective, it’s worth noting that a recent advancement has even pushed the luminance to an impressive 15,000 nits. This exceptional brightness makes it ideal for virtual reality (VR) applications, where high resolution and brightness are crucial.

When it comes to VR, companies often emphasize two key factors: a large field of view and the absence of the “screen door effect.” The display discussed in this video caters to these requirements, with an optimal field of view ranging from 30 to 60 pixels per degree. A field of view of 100 degrees and 40 pixels per degree necessitates a resolution of 4,000, ensuring a truly immersive experience.

Brightness is another critical factor in VR displays. To provide a vibrant and engaging visual experience, a brightness of 200 nits is typically desired. However, to counteract motion artifacts and maintain image quality, a duty cycle of 10% is implemented, meaning the display is only active 10% of the time. This necessitates a brightness of 10 times the desired value, resulting in 2,000 nits. Additionally, considering the imperfections in optics, the display’s brightness needs to be further multiplied by a factor of 5, bringing it to a remarkable 10,000 nits.

It’s worth noting that some applications may require even higher levels of brightness. In fact, the video reveals an ongoing project in which the company is developing a tandem direct patterning display capable of reaching an astounding 20,000 nits. This level of brightness ensures that even in challenging lighting conditions, the display can deliver vivid and lifelike visuals.

The narrator takes a moment to address the claims made by companies utilizing white with color filter displays. They confidently assert that their technology not only matches but surpasses the capabilities of these displays. With advancements in micro lens arrays and micro cavities, their technology can replicate the effects achieved by these traditional methods.

As the company pioneers these groundbreaking advancements, the narrator is asked about the satisfaction of being ahead of the competition. While they express pride in their achievements, they also emphasize the ever-evolving nature of the industry. The narrator reveals that the company has recently achieved a luminance of 15,000 nits and is actively working on a tandem direct patterning project aiming to achieve nearly 30,000 nits. This commitment to constant improvement is what keeps them at the forefront of the industry.

The discussion transitions to the potential for consumer applications. The narrator explains that this particular technology is approved for use outside the United States, broadening its potential market. They also hint at a possible mass production partnership and reference an ongoing relationship with Samsung. While the details of this partnership are not finalized, it presents an exciting opportunity for widespread adoption of their display technology.

To shed light on their impressive manufacturing capabilities, the video highlights the company’s team of engineers and scientists dedicated to developing next-generation OLED technology. They take pride in designing the back planes themselves, showcasing their commitment to vertical integration and ensuring the highest level of quality control throughout the manufacturing process.

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VitreaLab Laser 10x brighter Quantum Light Chip for VR/AR at Display Week 2023, A Brighter AR/VR!

Posted by – May 30, 2023
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Join us in this exciting video as Jonas, the CEO and co-founder of VitreaLab a Vienna-based company, introduces their groundbreaking work in laser display components. Their mission is to develop a high-performance AR display, pushing the boundaries of brightness using an ultra-bright laser projector for AR glasses. By replacing the LED in standard LCoS projectors with our Quantum Light Chip

Witness the power of their laser backlit LCD, currently reaching an impressive 10,000 nits. But hold on tight, because they’re taking it to a whole new level – a staggering 100,000 nits! Yes, you heard it right, 100,000 nits of incredible brightness.

But why is this level of brightness necessary? In modern VR headsets, a significant amount of light is lost due to lens systems and other factors. By increasing panel brightness, they ensure that even after transmission and other optical effects, a few thousand nits still reach your eyes, providing an immersive visual experience.

Their technology boasts 10 times higher efficiency, 10 times higher brightness, and a 50% larger color gamut compared to traditional OLED or LCD panels. With laser illumination, they achieve a remarkable color range, approaching the brilliance of BT.2020 color space.

As Jonas demonstrates the laser DLP (Digital Light Processing) prototype, he explains the importance of collimation in projection systems. By achieving collimation, they achieve exceptional performance. And don’t worry about laser artifacts or speckling – their advanced technology eliminates them, resulting in excellent image quality.

But their innovation doesn’t stop at VR. Jonas reveals that they also build projectors for AR and other applications. By replacing the LED in a standard LED projector with a laser, they create a more powerful and efficient solution.

While other companies focus on micro LED displays, Jonas highlights the advantages of laser technology. They can deliver high brightness much faster and provide a realistic AR experience without compromising the form factor of the glasses.

The future of VR and AR is brighter than ever, thanks to Vitriolab’s laser display technology. With their upcoming products, they aim to bring highly immersive VR experiences to the market in just a couple of years, blurring the line between virtual and real worlds.

So, if you’re searching for the ultimate VR experience or dreaming of AR glasses that work flawlessly under bright sunlight, Vitriolab’s laser display technology is the answer. Watch out, world – a brighter future is on the horizon!

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Emdoor Design House Shenzhen Headquarters Tour: Innovative Hardware Accelerating Time to Market

Posted by – May 30, 2023
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Emdoor Design House welcomes you to their Shenzhen headquarters as they showcase their cutting-edge technology and innovative products that have made them one of the best design houses in the world. With strong partnerships with renowned manufacturers like Microsoft, Intel, Rockchip, MediaTek, and Qualcomm, Emdoor takes pride in their relationships and collaborations.

During the tour, you’ll get a glimpse of their impressive lineup of products, including VR tablets, rugged laptops, mini PCs, and domestic products based on various chipsets. Emdoor’s showroom displays not only their latest devices but also historical devices, highlighting their journey and growth over the past 20 years.

The video emphasizes the professional team behind Emdoor, consisting of structure designers, thermal designers, and engineers, who ensure the performance, stability, and heat management of their products. They also showcase special applications for education, healthcare, and different industries, demonstrating their commitment to changing lives and improving various sectors.

As a leading technology company, Emdoor has left its mark on the global market, with millions of people using their devices worldwide. Their expertise extends beyond laptops and tablets, as they venture into VR, AR, and MR technologies. They have received prestigious accolades and recognition, including the Global Sources “Innovation Driven” Award.

Furthermore, Emdoor is involved in software agency services, representing renowned brands such as Adobe, ARM, and more in China. Their dedication to excellence and continuous exploration of new frontiers position them as a frontrunner in the industry.

With Emdoor’s extensive product range and commitment to quality, they strive to meet the diverse needs of customers worldwide. Join them on this immersive journey as they continue to shape the future of technology, one remarkable product at a time.

Features hardware acceleration optimizations and take an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of Emdoor’s impressive headquarters in Shenzhen, with an in-depth look at their cutting-edge indoor lab and showcases the remarkable facilities they have developed.

Emdoor is not only constructing a new headquarters but a whole building dedicated to their innovative work. With over 20 floors, this new facility will house their rapidly growing team, which currently consists of over a thousand employees spread across Beijing, Shanghai, and Taipei. This expansion showcases Emdoor’s commitment to pushing the boundaries of technology.

The tour features their testing procedures. Emdoor’s engineers work tirelessly to ensure the durability and quality of their products. From cable strength tests to hinge endurance examinations, they leave no stone unturned in delivering robust devices that can withstand even the harshest conditions. Witness their rigorous temperature tests, where products are evaluated to function seamlessly between -20 degrees Celsius and 60 degrees Celsius.

Step into the realm of keyboard and touchpad testing, where Emdoor’s expertise shines through. They have developed advanced machines that accurately simulate human finger interactions, ensuring exceptional user experiences. You’ll be intrigued by their commitment to delivering top-notch keyboards, rivaling even industry giants like Lenovo.

Features insight into Emdoor’s battery testing process. While manufacturers provide specifications, Emdoor conducts their own tests to guarantee that their products meet and exceed expectations. By verifying the battery’s capacity and performance, they ensure that customers receive the best possible experience.

Showing Marketing and sales department, where Mdoor’s teams collaborate and communicate. With numerous meeting rooms, they foster seamless interactions with clients, striving to address their needs and enhance efficiency. The sourcing department works diligently to transform customer ideas into reality, ensuring that each project receives the attention it deserves.

With a diverse team of experts in both MediaTek and Intel technologies, they possess the skills to tackle a wide range of projects and form factors.

The tour concludes on the fourth floor, where Emdoor’s engineers focus on structural and modeling designs. The atmosphere is one of constant innovation, with dedicated professionals working tirelessly to bring ideas to life. Their commitment to excellence and the pursuit of perfection is evident in their work.

Marketing plays a crucial role at Emdoor, and they actively participate in exhibitions like Computex Taiwan. They leverage both offline and online channels to reach their target audience and showcase their latest products. With a focus on continuous improvement, Emdoor eagerly anticipates the opportunity to meet customers’ evolving need.

Arrived in Taipei to film at Computex

Posted by – May 30, 2023

I arrived in Taipei Taiwan and I am going to live stream all 4 days of Computex and I will try to publish about 50 interviews with the best exhibitors here at the show. This is my first time in Taiwan since 2018. Please do some research, check the news from Computex, and please write here in the comments which exhibitors I should film with from this show! Which is showing which new interesting products and technology! There are 3 days left of the show until June 2nd, especially of interest for me are any newest Arm powered Servers, Arm powered laptops, Arm powered desktops, IoT, cool new Arm powered NAS, storage solutions, and more. Let me know!

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Live: Arm Computex 2023 keynote Press Conference

Posted by – May 29, 2023

Live stream from my seat at the Arm keynote at Computed 2023 Taipei

BOE 16K Light Field 32″, 1.3″ 4K4K microLED, 12-16″ Foldable, 10-16″ Slidable, UB Cell, 163″ 4K mLED

Posted by – May 29, 2023
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At Display Week 2023, BOE introduces their Cutting-Edge Displays including their Flexible OLED and Next-Generation Displays, they showcase their latest technological marvels. BOE presents their groundbreaking display demonstrations such as their flexible OLED, slidable display, and immersive VR.

BOE’s latest flexible OLED for tablet/laptop size allows for a whole new level of versatility. With a 12.3-inch foldable screen, it provides a compact and portable solution for on-the-go work or creative endeavors. The flexibility of the OLED panel allows you to flip it to the other side, making it ideal for tasks like photo editing or graphic design. Its user interface is highly customizable, enabling you to tailor it to your specific needs.

Then they show their slidable display, which takes the viewing experience to another level. With an expandable screen size, you can easily transition from a 10-inch display to an impressive 17-inch screen size, all in one device. This product offers a wider screen option, perfect for those who require a larger display for enhanced productivity. The variant maintains the same dimensions as the keyboard, then it slides to expand to become a wider display which provides a bigger screen for an immersive viewing experience.

BOE presents their first 16K resolution display. Designed with an astonishing 130 million pixels, this display offers unparalleled picture quality and breathtaking detail. With a resolution that surpasses is 4 times 8K, 16 times 4K, it provides a visual feast with lifelike clarity and realism. The 110″ display boasts a brightness of 400 nits, ensuring vibrant and vivid colors. It covers 99% of the GCI P3 color gamut, delivering stunning color accuracy. With a refresh rate of 60 Hz, this display ensures smooth visuals, making it perfect for insanely high resolution gaming and and ultra high content quality. BOE can’t provide an exact release date, they are actively working towards bringing these products to market as soon as possible. Their team is diligently focused on the development process, ensuring that every aspect meets our high standards of quality and performance.

Then BOE has revolutionary displays to share in the world of virtual reality. Their VR products incorporates their 1.3-inch 4K by 4K microLED display, which boasts the highest pixel density currently available. With a potential brightness of 5,000 nits, these displays offer stunning visuals and immersive experiences. By Q4 this year, BOE aims to be in mass production, making these VR displays more accessible to consumers.

Bringing microLED technology to the forefront, they have created a VR system that combines the power of their microLED displays with cutting-edge optical glasses. This system provides an unparalleled metaverse experience, with a 4K resolution that is four times better than existing VR systems. The level of detail and fidelity offered by these displays is truly awe-inspiring.

Moreover, their optical system, utilizing the same 1.3-inch micro OLED display, showcases the incredible potential of augmented reality. Although transparency is a challenge, the glass can provide transparency in a different type of display. The possibilities for future displays are vast, and they are constantly pushing the boundaries of innovation.

At BOE, they are dedicated to revolutionizing the way we interact with displays. Their teams in China and California are tirelessly working to bring these groundbreaking technologies to consumers worldwide. They are always on the lookout for talented individuals to join them in this journey of innovation. If you are a design engineer, an applications engineer, or a sales professional, they invite you to explore career opportunities with them.

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Best VR/AR displays of Display Week 2023 awards according to Ryan Sternlicht and @SadlyItsBradley

Posted by – May 29, 2023
Category: Exclusive videos

Hey there! Join us as we dive into the exciting world of display technology at Display Week 2023 In this captivating video, I had the pleasure of interviewing Ryan Sternlicht @pyconaut an industry expert, and Bradley, also known as “Sadly, It’s Bradley” @SadlyItsBradley on YouTube and as they share their insights and experiences from the conference.

Ryan introduces himself and highlights the incredible time he’s had at Display Week so far. They discuss an extraordinary moment where Elon Musk actually liked one of Bradley’s tweets. The duo takes us on a tour of the event, starting with the Press room and the bustling exhibition area, where they encounter leading experts and witness the latest advancements in the display world.

As the discussion progresses, Ryan shares his favorite discovery from the event: the mind-blowing 1.3-inch 4K micro OLED by Boe. Being a seasoned VR enthusiast, Ryan explains how this OLED display was a game-changer for him, providing an unparalleled immersive experience with no visible screen door effect or aliasing. It truly felt like a glimpse into the future of VR technology.

Bradley chimes in, expressing his admiration for Boe’s innovations, particularly their four-panel pancake optic platform showcased in the eye zone. He compares it to a previous four-panel VR prototype from Panasonic and emphasizes how Boe’s implementation surpasses it in terms of color accuracy, reduced fringing, and improved blending between angles. He acknowledges a slight issue that might be attributed to the panels themselves but overall praises the technology.

The conversation takes an intriguing turn as they discuss the laser backlight, an impressive display feature that both Ryan and Bradley find captivating. They contemplate the possibility of combining this laser backlight with Boe’s 4K by 4K field sequential LCD and incorporating it into a high field of view setup for an astonishing 8K per eye VR experience. They touch upon factors like HDR, eye brightness, and transmission rate, delving into the technical details of achieving lifelike visuals in virtual reality.

The discussion broadens, encompassing other notable highlights from Display Week. They explore the concept of light fields and their potential impact on VR. Ryan expresses his VR-centric perspective, believing that many light field qualities can be replicated within VR. However, he acknowledges the impressive work of Cereal, a company focusing on light field technology for both VR and AR, which offers unique solutions for visual impairments and depth perception challenges.

The conversation extends to the topic of brightness, where they discuss mind-boggling nits values achieved by various displays. They talk about Play Nitride’s quantum dot micro LED displays, highlighting their current AR model capable of an astonishing 150,000 nits. They delve into the challenges of managing brightness in augmented reality, citing examples of light filtering techniques and laser backlights that mitigate potential issues.

They touch upon the resolution required to replicate real-life visuals in VR and discuss the complexity of achieving an immersive experience beyond just resolution, including factors like HDR color and environmental cues. The discussion leads to Apple’s rumored entry into the VR market, with both Ryan and Bradley expressing anticipation for the impact Apple’s involvement could have on the industry. They share their thoughts on the need for scalable technology and the evolving landscape of XR devices.

Google’s past endeavors, such as Google Glass, also become a topic of conversation. They reflect on the early days of Google Glass, acknowledging that while it was ahead of its time, the processing power required for truly immersive experiences was not yet available. They discuss the challenges of wearable computing, citing examples of Meta’s large field of view headset that still requires connection to a powerful PC for optimal performance.

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PlayNitride microLED 166″ portrait modular display, 4536 PPI 150,000 nits AR

Posted by – May 28, 2023
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Playnitride booth tour at Display Week 2023 In this captivating discussion, we delve into the exciting world of micro LED display technology. Joining us are Serena and Falcon, who lead the marketing division of Playnitride.

As we begin, Playnitride showcases their impressive array of micro LED solutions. With a stunning display in front of us, Amber explains that they offer three different types of micro LED solutions. One of their remarkable offerings is the Pixel LED Matrix technology, where micro LED chips are transferred onto the PCB backplane. This enables the creation of large signage boards in any aspect ratio and customized displays. Falcon further elaborates that they provide various solutions with pixel pitches like 0.43mm and 0.75mm, all of which can be customized according to customer preferences.

The display’s outstanding contrast ratio and brightness are highlighted by Amber. With a black ratio of up to 98 percent, the contrast ratio is excellent. Moreover, the brightness can easily exceed 2000 nits, ensuring a visually immersive experience.

Moving on, Playnitride introduces their AR application as the second solution. They demonstrate a micro LED display panel integrated with a waveguide, which acts as a light engine and reflects images back to the viewer’s eyes. The display boasts full HD resolution, a high pixel density of 4536 PPI, and remarkable brightness. Falcon emphasizes that the display can reach a brightness of up to 150,000 nits, providing vibrant and eye-catching visuals. The concept of transparent displays is also unveiled, igniting the imagination with endless possibilities for future applications.

The discussion then turns to the challenges faced in bringing micro LED technology to mass production. Falcon explains that establishing large-scale factories is a significant undertaking. Playnitride is working step by step to optimize the production process, gradually reducing costs and increasing yield. They aim to penetrate various markets, including automotive, wearables, signage, monitors, and mobile devices.

Excitement fills the air as Falcon shares their collaboration with car manufacturers for automotive applications. Transparent displays integrated into windshields and windows are envisioned, revolutionizing the interior design and functionality of future cars. This collaboration has generated immense interest among carmakers, signaling a bright future for transparent displays in the automotive industry.

The interview takes an intriguing turn when Falcon discusses the prospect of partnership with a wealthy investor or company interested in expediting the availability of micro LED technology. While acknowledging the need for increased scale and investment, he notes that Playnitride is working diligently to bring their products to market sooner. They are already in talks with various companies and envision a timeline where micro LED displays become accessible to a wider audience within a year or two.

Furthermore, Falcon emphasizes Playnitride’s role as a leading technology provider for micro LED. Their expertise spans chip development, transfer technologies, and collaboration with partners for advanced solutions like quantum dot technology. By leveraging different transfer technologies and strategic partnerships, Playnitride aims to deliver the best viewing experience and solidify their position as a prominent player in the micro LED industry.

In conclusion, this enlightening interview with Playnitride has unveiled the groundbreaking potential of micro LED technology. With their innovative solutions and commitment to continuous improvement, Playnitride is poised to revolutionize various industries and enhance our visual experiences. As we eagerly await the mass availability of micro LED displays, it’s clear that the future holds incredible advancements and countless exciting applications.