Category Archive for "Technology"

IGNIS Announces 20” AMOLED evaluation samples available August 2013

5月 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™ com…

IGNIS Launches Electrical Inspection System for AMOLED Display Manufacturing

5月 20 2013

Waterloo, Canada – May 20, 2013 – IGNIS Innovation Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of MaxLife™ Inspection, an all-electrical inspection system for AMOLED display manufacturing lines. It provides detailed data…

New High Efficiency OLED Structure

7月 11 2012

IGNIS is pleased to announce that our engineers have developed new bottom-emission OLED structure that provides similar aperture ratio as that of top-emission structure without the common electrode resistance issue.…

IGNIS MaxLife™ AMOLED TV Driver

11月 28 2011

IGNIS has developed and verified the second generation of its MaxLife™ driver IC for AMOLED TVs, monitors and tablets. Key features of this technology include: Corrects for aging and non-uniformity in both the backp…

IGNIS has developed technologies for >300ppi AMOLED display

11月 28 2011

IGNIS has developed technologies to push the conventional manufacturing techniques to >300 pixels per inch (ppi) AMOLED with true RGB pixels. Also, it has developed pixel circuit and driving scheme to compensate …

IGNIS has developed a multi-functional display

11月 28 2011

The major issue with AMOLED is the reflectivity which mandates the use of circular polarizer (reducing the OLED efficiency by 57%). IGNIS has developed a technique that not only removes the need for polarizer but al…

Engadget Article on the IGNIS-RiT AMOLED Display

6月 03 2011

More news on the recent announcement with RiTDisplay, regarding the amorphous silicon AMOLED display using IGNIS’s AdMo™ technology. www.engadget.com/2011/06/02/ritdisplay-begins-producing-inexpensive-a-si-amoled-di…

MaxLife™ Hysteresis Videos on YouTube

1月 03 2011

One of the problems with some AMOLED backplanes is short-term image sticking. If a user puts an image on the display and leaves it on for a minute or so, then tries to change the image, the original image will be “s…