IGNIS breaks through the 7-transistor paradigm to enable higher PPI displays
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 achievable today, a balance of the number of transistors versus panel performance will need to be traded off.
“Not so,” says IGNIS CEO, Peter Monsberger. Based on IGNIS’s patented technology and proprietary compensation algorithms the ability to reach 800 PPI on flexible and rigid panels is achievable today. “Panel makers utilizing our patented pixel circuits and combining them with our measurement and compensation algorithms are able to break through the existing PPI limit,” Peter added. The end result is the user will have a uniform experience over the life of the panel as the technology compensates for the issues of burn-in real time.