Posts Tagged "AMOLED Technology"

IGNIS VP Business Development to speak at OLEDs World Summit 2019

Sep 10 2019

Dr. SJ Tang Ph.D., IGNIS Innovation’s Vice-President Business Development, will be speaking on Thursday, September 26, 2019 at the OLEDs World Summit in San Jose, CA. His topic is “Solution for Removal of OLED Burn-in on OLED TV Using GPU based Real-time Compensation Technology”. SJ will present IGNIS’s real-time compensation technology to remove…

IGNIS Automated Panel Tuning System (APTS) corrects for initial uniformity (Mura) problems in OLED displays

Sep 09 2019

IGNIS Innovation’s new Automated Panel Tuning System (APTS) corrects initial uniformity (Mura) problems in OLED displays stemming from manufacturing, material properties and device physics.
Using proprietary and patented Demura algorithms, the IGNIS APTS…

IGNIS is participating in I-Zone at SID Display Week 2019 in San Jose, California

May 08 2019

IGNIS is pleased to be demonstrating our unique GPU based real-time AMOLED display burn-in compensation technology, in the Innovation Zone (I-Zone), during SID’s 2019 Display Week at the San Jose Convention Center. This technology operates in real-time and is…

Watch IGNIS Compensation Technology Eliminate Severe Burn-in on an Automotive Display

May 02 2019

How IGNIS Max | Life™ technology works can best be summed up as follows: using our Drive circuits on a display panel we are able to Measure the performance of the OLED and then through our proprietary algorithms…

IGNIS Establishes a Chinese Subsidiary

Mar 25 2019

IGNIS (Shenzhen) Technology Innovation Company Ltd. was established by IGNIS on December 27, 2018 to better serve customers in the region. Peter Monsberger is Executive Director of the new entity and Dr. SJ Tang, PhD., is the legal representative for IGNIS in China and will be managing the…

Latest IGNIS Compensation Demo on a Google Pixel 2 Display

Nov 19 2018

Severe burn-in from OLED aging plagues AMOLED displays used in all applications including mobile phones. IGNIS MaxLife™ compensation technology has the power to identify and correct the problem of image retention. In this short video we demonstrate how IGNIS’s proprietary technology eliminates severe image retention on a Google Pixel 2 device.

SJ Tang to speak at SID Vehicle Displays Detroit, the 25th Annual Symposium & Expo

Aug 23 2018

Dr. Shuenn-Jiun (SJ) Tang, PhD, IGNIS Vice-President Business Development, will be speaking at SID Vehicle Displays and Interfaces 2018 in Livonia, Michigan (September 25-26, 2018). He will address “Advanced Compensation Technology for AMOLED Automotive Displays” at 4:40 pm on September 25.

Director of Engineering to speak at the 9th International Conference on Flexible and Printed Electronics

Aug 13 2018

Ray Leerentveld, IGNIS Director of Engineering, will be speaking at the 9th International Conference on Flexible and Printed Electronics (ICFPE) in Changzhou, China on September 26, 2018. Ray will be addressing the “Use of External Compensation to Increase Resolution and Stability of…

IGNIS develops sensing IC incorporated into the source driver

May 23 2018

In collaboration with our partners, IGNIS has developed a driver chip that incorporates the ability to sense individual pixels on the panel. Currently the IC is being used on medium sized panels designed for IT and automobile applications. This new integrated circuit is an integral part to the…

IGNIS breaks through the 7-transistor paradigm to enable higher PPI displays

May 16 2018

With the increased market demand for higher resolution AMOLED panels, panel makers are being stretched to their limits to balance circuitry against reliable performance. The common approach is to follow the proven path of using a 7-transistor circuit to drive the OLED pixel. General consensus within the industry is that to reach higher PPI limits than are…