Posts Tagged "AMOLED Technology"

At the epicentre of the AMOLED TV development

Apr 23 2015

IGNIS Innovation Inc. has been fortunate to have worked on the right solution for AMOLED TV and other demanding display applications such as automotive, tablet, laptop, etc. Since the early days, we believed that the solution for these applications had to be different from that of small displays. These applications require significantly longer lifetimes, higher yields over a large area, and better performance which cannot be addressed by conventional in-pixel solutions. The IGNIS MaxLife™ solution addresses all these requirements and is ready! Consequently, IGNIS has been at the epicentre of the AMOLED TV development wave highlighted by the number of joint development projects based on its unique solution. IGNIS is very pleased to announce that it will be actively attending SID this year and will demonstrate our latest developments to a select audience.

IGNIS hackathon event: Planning for present and future

Apr 10 2015

As a small company, we have limited resources but we can leverage that to our advantage. IGNIS has been practicing to increase the fluidity of tasks between the team members. This will enable us to prepare for our predicted growth. However, over the past few months, things changed. IGNIS received significant attention from the display industry and has acquired several larger projects. As part of our new hackathon activities, we put the question in front of our team and asked them to propose various solutions. The question was simple, how to address the significant demands from industry without undermining our partner satisfaction and our own success. The three randomly selected teams at IGNIS worked together and planed strategy in view of these recent developments. They then presented their plans including their ideas on how to improve our lean operating strategy, the problems that need to be addressed in order to amplify the effect of our engineers and the expansion that is needed to support the programs. At the end a group was selected as the winner based on their peer scoring. However, the real winner is IGNIS for having such a talented, motivated, and passionate team. And you will hear way more from them soon!

IGNIS and CSOT collaborate on developing AMOLED Display

May 20 2014

Waterloo, Canada – May 20, 2014 — Shenzhen China Star Optoelectronics Technology Co., Ltd. (CSOT) and IGNIS Innovation Inc. (IGNIS) announced today that they will collaborate on developing a 5.5-inch HD AMOLED Mobile Display. The display will be based on manufacturing capability and fabrication technology of CSOT and IGNIS MaxLife™ Lite driving scheme. CSOT has demonstrated its capability in manufacturing AMOLED displays for mobile applications using LTPS backplanes. In addition, the IGNIS MaxLife Lite driving scheme, offers high yield, low cost, low-power consumption, and long life which can enable fast production ramp-up of LTPS AMOLED Displays for Mobile applications. IGNIS and CSOT believe the unique combination of their technologies will set a significant milestone for AMOLED Mobile production. About China Star Optoelectronics Technology Co., Ltd. (“CSOT”) CSOT is a leading hi-tech display company founded on November 16th 2009 and is located in the Guangming New District hi-tech zone, Shenzhen. CSOT is the largest investment as an industrial project in Shenzhen, Guangdong. CSOT took only 17.5 months from beginning construction to entering production, making it the fastest to bring up an 8.5 generation TFT-LCD line so far. Major products include, 26, 32, 46 and 55 inch Liquid crystal displays that are designed and produced on the line with a 100K monthly capacity of glass substrates. In…

Latest updates on IGNIS 55″ AMOLED Display

Mar 06 2014

IGNIS Innovation Inc. has shipped more displays in April especially to China. Since IGNIS technology is proven and ready, it can give the new comers a jump start to surpass the leaders. Not only is the initial uniformity of the IGNIS 55-inch AMOLED displays significantly better than that of existing displays in the market, but also IGNIS MaxLife™ technology integrated in the displays maintains the uniformity overtime despite OLED and backplane aging.

IGNIS CTO and President to Present Paper at SID Display Week

Mar 06 2014

Reza Chaji will discuss the challenges associated with display design using LTPS and MOX during SID Display Week 2014. The paper titled ‘LTPS vs Oxide Backplanes for AMOLED Displays: System Design Considerations and Compensation Techniques’, provides a universal solution that can address the challenges and enable low-cost high-end AMOLED displays for different applications. Please visit the Display Week web site to find out more: www.displayweek.org/2014/Program/LTPSvsOxideTFT.aspx

IGNIS team celebrates shipping 55-inch AMOLED Displays to Customers

Dec 20 2013

The team at IGNIS Innovation Inc. is happy to announce that we have started shipping 55-inch AMOLED display samples to our customers! After demonstrating the 55-inch AMOLED displays at FPD International in Japan, IGNIS has received more orders for its display samples. Also as a result of showing how our technology can enhance AMOLED display QUALITY and LIFETIME and reduces the COST by boosting the yield, IGNIS has engaged with display manufacturers in designing and applying our technology to next generation products for TV, Mobile, and Tablet applications.

IGNIS demonstrates its technology at FPD, Yokohama, 2013

Oct 24 2013

IGNIS Innovation Inc. revealed a 55-inch full-HD AMOLED display based on its proprietary compensation technology running at 120 Hz at FPD Yokohama. The compensation works “like magic” across all gray scales making it the most uniform AMOLED display. “We are so confident in our external compensation technology that IGNIS Innovation has taken a bold step in showing flat fields during three days of live demonstrations” says Dr. Reza Chaji, CTO and President. “With our proprietary solution, the display operates at much lower voltage and also enjoys a high yield due to its simple structure and superb compensation capability.“ IGNIS has sold evaluation samples of the 55-inch AMOLED TV to display manufactures and OEMs interested in adopting what we believe is the only practical approach to compensating AMOLED displays. The technology can be used to manufacture any panel size or resolution; for example 2k x 4k and 240Hz frame rate. Complementing the external compensation system is the newly introduced AMOLED display inspection tool. Display manufactures utilizing this tool can quickly extract defect data and operation conditions of the fabrication line from the AMOLED display. The data is then used to repair the defect on the display, monitor the performance of different fabrication stages, and as feedback to tune the fabrication processes (e.g. etching, exposure, deposition or…

IGNIS presents at the OLED Summit 2013

Sep 03 2013

IGNIS will present its latest developments in AMOLED displays and how its technology can improve the yield at the OLEDs World Summit in San Francisco. IGNIS technology improves the yield and reduces the manufacturing ramp-up process resulting in lower cost high-volume large area AMOLED displays. In addition to improving the display quality and extending the display lifetime, it is also a great tool in developing new fabrication technologies. To hear more about this technology and its details, please attend our talk during the OLED World Summit.

IGNIS has received firm orders for its 55” AMOLED Evaluation Platform

Sep 03 2013

Waterloo, Canada – September 4, 2013 — IGNIS Innovation Inc. announces that it has received firm orders for samples of its 55” Full HD AMOLED display from display manufacturers and OEMs. The display is built using IGNIS’s patented MaxLife™ compensation technology and is designed for display manufacturers and OEMs who want to evaluate the performance of MaxLife technology for use in their own displays and products. The major issues in large area AMOLED displays are cost and lifetime. The low yield, which is caused by complex pixel circuits and a high level of non-uniformities, results in a higher display cost. AMOLED displays can have non-uniformity patterns known as “mura”, resulting in stripes, speckles, or cloudiness in the display. This is due to the manufacturing process of both the Thin Film Transistor (TFT) and the OLED. The current solution is to use complex pixel structures (with multiple TFTs per pixels) known as In-Pixel Compensation (IPC). In addition to limited performance of IPC for non-uniformity compensation, the complex pixel structure results in a higher manufacturing defects and lower yield. Therefore, it is not practical to adopt such an approach for high volume large-area AMOLED displays. Moreover, achieving 2K x 4K AMOLED displays will be difficult with the complex pixel circuits. Thus, adopting a simple solution with high…

IGNIS Announces 20” AMOLED evaluation samples available August 2013

May 21 2013

Waterloo, Canada – May 21, 2013 – IGNIS Innovation Inc. announces samples of its 20” 1296 × 768 pixel AMOLED display will be available starting in August 2013. The display is built with IGNIS’s patented MaxLife™ compensation technology and is designed for display manufacturers who want to evaluate the performance of MaxLife technology for use in their own displays. Low-volume production runs of the display are also available for medical imaging, scientific imaging, and other demanding applications that require fast response time, wide viewing angle, and ultra-high contrast. Typically AMOLED displays suffer from image sticking, where images can be permanently burned into the display. This is caused by the instability of both the Thin Film Transistor (TFT) and the OLED. This isn’t a problem for mobile phones, which are replaced every couple of years. However larger displays are expected to have perfect uniformity over many years. AMOLED displays can also have non-uniformity patterns known as “Mura”, resulting in stripes, speckles, or cloudiness in the display. This is due to the manufacturing process of both the TFT and the OLED. Currently the solution is to discard those displays with bad Mura. “IGNIS MaxLife technology continuously measures every pixel in the display and compensates for even the smallest shift in performance, making it completely uniform and completely…