Display Week 2020 will be held online August 3-7, 2020 and registration is now open at http://displayweek.org it is the most important annual event of the electronic display industry. This virtual event features nearly 200 exhibitors, including major players like LG Display, BOE, Tianma, Corning, JDI and E Ink. The International Technical Symposium will be in full swing with more than 500 presentations discussing this year’s special topics: AR/VR/MR, printed displays, machine learning for displays and high-dynamic range LCDS. The SID/DSSC Business Conference, the industry’s largest conference devoted to the display market, will focus on forecasts and insights for TVs, OLED, smart phones, and more; and the I-Zone will showcase new technology that hasn’t even hit the market yet. You can get everything Display Week 2020 has to offer, from anywhere in the world, on any device. You can register today at http://www.displayweek.org
This video is a short highlight of some of the awesome videos that I filmed at SID Display Week 2019 last year, with over 2.5 Million views on YouTube, you can watch all the full 4K60 quality videos in this playlist
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Sean Muir, Chief Technology Officer of Amorphyx, talks about his professional journey and experience in the display technology industry. Sean was interviewed at Display Week 2019 in connection with the Society of Information Display’s Young Engineers Spotlight (YES) program, a unique forum where young (and new to the field) engineers can share their post-education experiences in the professional world, and learn from SID peers and colleagues at all career levels. For more information about YES, email YES@SID.org.
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At SID Display Week 2019, Corning presents Astra Glass, a new glass substrate is specially formulated for high-performance tablets, notebooks, and 8K TV. Corning shows this innovation, alongside other industry-leading solutions in its advanced glass portfolio, Astra Glass is precisely engineered to enable the higher pixel density of high-performance displays that panel makers require to meet consumer demand for brighter, faster, and more lifelike image. To build a display that meets those performance expectations, panel makers need a thermally and dimensionally stable glass to improve yields while achieving the desired resolution, meeting the precise, high-temperature requirements of oxide processing joining their portfolio of display substrates, alongside EAGLE XG Glass and Lotus NXT Glass, to cover the entire spectrum, Astra Glass enables a range of high-performance panels – from the high end of the a-Si space into IGZO oxide. Its attributes position Astra Glass as the foundation for large-size 8K TVs and high-performance notebooks and tablets with bright picture quality and fast response time.
Lotus NXT Glass provides industry-leading levels of low total pitch variation resulting in heightened resolutions; more energy-efficient displays; and better yields. The improve stability of lot NXT Glass– and, in turn, better total pitch variation performance – enables manufacturers to develop display panels that feature up to 100 pixels per inch higher resolutions or up to 15 percent lower power consumption. Additionally, panel makers can improve cell assembly yields by up to 1.5 percent, is optimized for the expanding LTPS-LCD and LTPS-OLED industries. Featuring superior key attributes for flexible OLED panel manufacturing, Lotus NXT Glass leads the industry, having enabled more than 375 million flexible OLED phones since 2015.
Corning Gorilla Glass: is the cover glass of choice for more than 45 major OEMs and is featured on more than six billion devices – delivering superior damage resistance, optical clarity, and touch sensitivity.
Augmented Reality Precision Glass Solutions: enables cutting-edge augmented reality/mixed reality experiences with industry-leading glass optimized for sleek wearable designs. Corning’s ultra-flat, high refractive index glass enables superior image quality in waveguides, while its industry-leading size supports customers’ efforts to reduce cost. Corning also offers world-class metrology instruments and automated laser glass-cutting machining that improve high-volume manufacturing.
Corning Iris Glass: a light-guide plate for edge-lit LCD displays with intrinsic rigidity and dimensional stability, it outperforms the incumbent technology – plastic – and allows manufacturers to reduce set thickness, increase set brightness, and design sets with slimmer bezel size.
At SID Display Week 2019, JDI (Japan Display Inc), a Display technology joint venture by Sony, Toshiba, and Hitachi, shows their displays for automotive, medical, industrial and consumer devices like the smartphone market. JDI makes automotive displays, including curved displays, ranging from 1.2" (336 x (RGB) x 168) to 12.3" (1920 x (RGB) x 720) using LTPS Technology. JDI makes medical displays ranging from 17" (1280 x (RGB) x 768 ) to 21.3" (2560 x (3-subpixel) x 2048). JDI displays are also in industrial products such as rugged handhelds. JDI makes displays for smartphone, wearables and tablet. JDI features applied products and prototypes of ultra-high resolution LCDs for VR (virtual reality), reflective LCDs utilizing JDI's core LTPS (low-temperature polysilicon) technology, transparent LCDs, industrial displays, organic EL displays, fingerprint sensors, and the award-winning LCDs for automobiles featuring two concave-curved TFT LCDs: a 15.0-inch 1920×1020 display with in-cell touch technology, and a 12.3-inch 1920×720 display. Both of the displays were released into mass production in 2018 for a top-tier automotive OEM for their dashboard application for which they won the display of the year award.
CSOT 31″ UHD Inkjet Printed AMOLED, MicroLED, Flexible Mini LED, PE-OLED Perovskite, 22″ Light Field
At SID Display Week 2019, China Star Optoelectronics Technology (CSOT) shows the world's first 31” IJP UD AMOLED display, with 31 inch UHD AMOLED display produced by inkjet printing technology, which is suitable for large size OLED display mass production because of its simple process flow and high material utilization. The resolution of this display reaches 144ppi, equivalent to a 65inch 8K display. This product employs a top emission device structure. It reaches 100% NTSC, and DCI-P3 coverage ratio is higher than 95%.
CSOT also shows the world’s first AM-Micro LED Display with IGZO TFT, this way a large size AM micro LED Display can be realized with 8bit RGB color depth, more than 100% NTSC color gamma, using RGB micro LED thin film chip to achieve full color display, the prototype exhibits high color gamma, high contrast ratio, high transparent, and low power consumption; it has great potential to be the next generational display.
CSOT also shows world’s first 8”Flexible Mini LED full color AM-Mini LED Display prototype exhibiting high flexiblility, high color gamma, high transparency, and high reliability. It also maintains the advantages of Mini LED, such as low power consumption, high contrast ratio, and high brightness; this Mini LED shows better performance than most commercial displays; and it has great potential to be the next generation display.
CSOT 6.6” PE-OLED adopts a unique structure design, 3-stack top emission blue OLED with Perovskite Color Conversion to bring the possibility of high order display in the future, with high color gamut and wide viewing angle. Perovskite, a new luminescent material, has advantages of simple synthesis, environmentally friendly, high luminescent efficiency and simple tunable wavelengths. Perovskite Color Conversion has narrow FWHM, high color purity and excellent optical and electrical properties. 3-stack Blue OLED, independent development of 3-stack OLED structure by CSOT, bringing a high brightness and stable blue light.
CSOT shows 6.6” QD-OLED adopts a unique structure design, 3-stack top emission blue OLED with Quantum Dots Color Filter(IJP) to bring the possibility of high order display in the future , with high color gamut and wide viewing angle. 3-stack Blue OLED, independent development of 3-stack OLED structure by CSOT, bringing a high brightness and stable blue light；
Inkjet printing QDCF, design unique QD layer structure, reduce QD fluorescence loss;
14” Flexible LCD has a curvature radius of 100 mm. It can adapt to the display requirements of small curvature and multi-curvature, which makes it possible to use LCD panel in more application scenarios. CSOT self develop BPS technology to avoid possible light leakage in flexible LCD display. COA technology is used to avoid the possible mixing problem of flexible LCD. Transparent PI as substrate and combining with BCE/IGZO technology is expected to provide stable display image on large size panel.
COST 22” Light Field Display device, uses high brightness backlight and dual-LCD structure, with 2D+D ray tracing algorithm, expect exhibiting a novel light field autostereoscopic display technology. Optimized optical film design, bring high picture quality of multi-layer without any Moire patterns, while guaranteeing transmittance and contrast ratio. With high brightness backlight，the display provides comfortable environment for obersever. Novel algorithm of light field description and reconstruction using single one view point image and its depth, mitigating vergence-accommodation conﬂict, bring Comfortable experience of 3D viewing
28” PNLC Transparent Display An 28 inch transparent LCD of CSOT adopts PNLC none-polarizer & RGBW structure with 50% W ratio to bring high transmittance. With mature array technique as 4PEP a-Si & COA structure have higher possibility for mass production in commercial applications. None-polarizer structure with scattering type PNLC improved more than 25% transmittance. 4PEP a-Si & COA structure array technology With mature array technique have higher possibility for mass production in commercial application.
At SID Display Week 2019, Arm officially launches the Arm Mali -D77 DPU display processor that significantly improves the VR user experience with dedicated hardware functions for VR HMDs, namely: Lens Distortion Correction (LDC), Chromatic Aberration Correction (CAC) and Asynchronous Timewarp (ATW). These are on top of the already feature rich Mali-D71 DPU for premium mobile devices, Mali-D77 changes the way we think about VR workload distribution across the SoC. It enables a significant step-up in the display resolutions and frame rates that can be achieved within the power constraints of mobile VR HMD devices. This will pave the way towards lighter, smaller, more comfortable VR devices free from any cables, which, in turn, could drive the widespread adoption of consumer VR.
Women in Tech, Leading in the Tech World featuring Lee Epting, Advisor, Speaker, Technology Consultant, Samantha Phenix, Vice President, R&D, Planar, a Leyard Company, Consuelo Valverde, Founder & Managing Partner, SV Latam Capital moderated by Jenny Donelan, Director of Marketing and Publications, Palisades Convention Management. The Display Week 2019 Women in Tech forum is co-sponsored by CLEARink and Microsoft.
CEO Forum, Succeeding in the Display Industry featuring David L. Dutton, CEO, Silvaco, Robert McIntyre, Investment Director, LG Technology Ventures, Andrew G. Sculley, CEO, eMagin, moderated by SID Board Member and Marketing Chair Sri Peruvemba.
Display Week annual SID Press Breakfast, where SID Board Member and Marketing Chair Sri Peruvemba shares the winners of the 2019 Display Industry Awards (DIA) and other highlights of the week-long display technology conference. During Display Week 2019, the press had the opportunity to see, touch and test the latest display innovations from companies around the globe - and get up close and personal with display technologies that are changing the way we work, play and live every day.
At SID Display Week 2019, Arm Mali -D77 DPU display processor is launched, that significantly improves the VR user experience with dedicated hardware functions for VR HMDs, namely: Lens Distortion Correction (LDC), Chromatic Aberration Correction (CAC) and Asynchronous Timewarp (ATW). These are on top of the already feature rich Mali-D71 DPU for premium mobile devices, Mali-D77 changes the way we think about VR workload distribution across the SoC. It enables a significant step-up in the display resolutions and frame rates that can be achieved within the power constraints of mobile VR HMD you can read more about the Mali-D77 here: https://community.arm.com/developer/tools-software/graphics/b/blog/posts/introducing-the-arm-mali-d77-display-processor