AUO partners with PlayNitride on 228 ppi flexible microLEDs

AUO partners with PlayNitride on 228 ppi flexible microLEDs

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By eeNews Europe

The two companies jointly designed a 9.4-inch flexible micro LED display using an LTPS TFT driven backplane which allows pixels to be lighted separately. By applying a high-speed mass transfer technology, more than 5.5 million micro LEDs less than 30um in size have been successfully transferred to the LTPS plastic backplane to reach an ultra-high pixel density of 228 PPI.

This advanced micro LED display delivers extremely high dynamic range with stunning high saturation of bright colors. It is reported to have excellent weather resistance under high brightness ambient conditions, and is especially suitable for future car displays that demand both reliability and design.

The micro LED display’s highly flexible nature is also suitable for diverse applications including wearables and other consumer devices, giving way to many new possibilities.

“AUO and PlayNitride have been long-term partners for the development of micro LED display technology, and we both have been in the industry’s leadership position in terms of next generation Micro LED,” said Dr. Wei-Lung Liau, Chief Technology Officer of AUO. “We are proud to have led the industry with the fruits of our collaboration, presenting exceptionally high image quality and flexible display technologies. AUO will continue its research and development, which will be the cornerstone for success as we establish our competitive edge and win market opportunities. Our customers will be able to enjoy even more innovative product solutions realized by new technologies.”

AUO will continue to work closely with strategic partners to invest in the development of advanced display technologies, heading next-generation display trends with its innovative R&D capabilities.


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