Posts Tagged "SID Display Week"

SID 2015 Update

Jun 10 2015

IGNIS Innovation Inc. has demonstrated what an OLED display can achieve, when the quality and user experience do not need to be compromised because of display burn-in effect. The existing approach to reduce the burn-in is to keep the display off most of the time, and/or run the display at lower brightness most of the time, resulting in washed out images at…

IGNIS Spring 2015 Update

Apr 24 2015

The current OLED marketplace has reached a critical crossroad that has created an unprecedented opportunity for IGNIS and its proprietary technologies. In 2014, to accelerate the adoption of its technology, IGNIS’s Board of Directors had engaged an investment banker to assist in seeking out a strategic partner. The process concluded in October, and the board, having reviewed the current market dynamics for OLED and the tremendous future prospects for its technology, elected instead to continue to operate as an independent technology provider to the Display Industry. As a result of significant developments in the past year, the OLED large panel marketplace has opened up. In the early part of 2015 Samsung’s comments on exiting the OLED TV market for a few years was interpreted as a setback for the industry. However, significant investment by other companies coupled with Samsung’s re-entry into the market is viewed as a turning point for the industry. In addition, interest in OLED displays for other applications such as automotive, tablets, and laptops continues to increase. These applications demand “longer lifetime”, “higher performance” and “high yield over a larger area”. Thus conventional in-pixel compensation is not sufficient for these applications and so a different solution is required. IGNIS is now providing the industry with the needed solution as a result of…

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 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

Coverage of IGNIS at SID 2012

Jun 20 2012

We met with quite a few analysts and reporters at SID 2012. Here are some relevant stories about our technology. IGNIS Innovation at SID 2012 – OLED-Info Best of SID 2012 – OLED-Info

IGNIS reveals slim 20″ AMOLED at SID Display Week

Jun 06 2012

Waterloo, Ontario – June 6, 2012 – IGNIS has revealed a 20 inch AMOLED display running at 240 Hz and only 3mm thick. Given today’s challenges in producing larger AMOLED displays which are uniform and stable, IGNIS has revealed a proven technology which works with different backplane technologies including traditional LCD backplanes and metal oxide backplanes. “Our objective was to find a solution to enable affordable high quality AMOLED displays with lower risk, lower cost, and faster time to market”, says Dr. Reza Chaji, CTO. “Our compensation technology enables all TFT backplane technologies (a-Si, poly-Si, and oxide) to take advantage of the AMOLED market, thus opening up the supply channel.” The technology can be used to manufacture any panel size with resolution up to 2k x 4k and up to 240Hz. The current panel was fabricated with a traditional amorphous silicon LCD TFT fab, and OLED deposition was completed by RiTdisplay Corporation of Taiwan. About IGNIS Innovation IGNIS Innovation Inc. is the leading provider of technology that makes AMOLED displays last longer, look better, and cost less. IGNIS works with display manufacturers to improve AMOLED displays using innovative circuit designs, driving algorithms, and embedded software. IGNIS is headquartered in Waterloo, Ontario, with sales and support offices in Taiwan, Japan, and Korea. About RiTdisplay Corporation RiTdisplay,…

Visit us at SID 2012 in Boston

May 01 2012

IGNIS will be at the Society for Information Display (SID) “Display Week 2012″ in Boston, June 3-8, 2012. We’re booth 213, and we’ll have some interesting new technologies on display. Find out why AMOLED TVs won’t be too expensive much longer.<br>

IGNIS Innovation demonstrates world’s first Amorphous Silicon AMOLED product at SID Display Week

May 18 2011

Kitchener, Canada – May 18, 2011 – IGNIS announces a 3.47” 320 × 480 pixel AMOLED display, manufactured by RiTdisplay Corporation, and built with IGNIS patented AdMo™ compensation technology which makes the display more stable and more uniform. The display is ideal for mobile phones and other portable applications that require the bright image, rich colours, ultra-high contrast, and lower power of an AMOLED display. IGNIS and RiTdisplay will be demonstrating the product at booth #728 at SID Display Week 2011, from May 16-20 in Los Angeles. Until now, all AMOLED displays have been made with polysilicon backplanes, a higher-cost material. However, amorphous silicon is an attractive material for AMOLED since it’s used to make most of the world’s LCD displays. Compared to polysilicon it’s highly uniform, less expensive, and represents 95% of the world’s manufacturing capacity for displays. It was previously thought that amorphous silicon backplanes were unsuitable for OLED due to stability problems; however IGNIS technology has solved the stability problems, paving the way for this first product. “The performance is equivalent to polysilicon AMOLED. The product also incorporates IGNIS’ latest all-in-one driver chip for amorphous silicon AMOLED, which is the first of its kind in today’s AMOLED market,” says Paul Arsenault, President & CEO. “This opens the door for RiTdisplay and other…