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              Visionox's press release for Display Week2021

              Author: Release Time:2021-06-03

              Visionox Leads SID 2021 into New World of OLED Innovation

              At Display Week 2021, the Society of Information Display's (SID) annual symposium and trades show, Visionox demonstrates its industry-leading display product applications and advancement with its exquisite full displays, multi-form technology, and brand-new application scenarios—fully showcasing the results of its state-of-the-art technologies and commercialization.


              Exploring Beyond the Visual Boundaries

              Creating the real full and bezel-less display is the goal of display manufacturers, especially focusing on the Hole in Active Area (HIAA), under-display cameras, and ultra-narrow bezel solutions. Recently, Visionox’s innovative array-based HIAA technology has succeeded in maintaining the camera’s aperture frame size during aperture changes while minimizing the hole’s size; The blind-hole solution can reduce the hole’s size down to 0.1 mm while the through-hole technology can be reduced to 0.3 mm.


              In 2020, the world’s first mass-production and application of the Visionox InV see? Under-display Camera Solution Pro, an upgraded version of the InV see, has also furthered the commercialization of under-display camera technologies. Currently, the already commercially deployed Visionox 165Hz Dynamic Refresh Display has successfully created an Esports-grade, high refresh rate technology on mobile devices while maintaining ultra-narrow bezels.


              Infinite Possibilities with Multi-form Ingenuity

              As AMOLED technology continues to advance, its applications have gone from a single solid shape to a foldable form factor. Now, it's moving towards a rollable form. Visionox’s flexible AMOLED can be used in a multitude of groundbreaking forms, including foldable, slidable, and even rollable—all thanks to its comprehensive features such as multi-layer designs, upgraded structural stress management, and module-thinning technologies. Displays are no longer confined to a single shape or form.


              New Innovations, New Futures

              Visionox has been actively expanding its cutting-edge vision into the fields of mid-sized laptops, automotive, and Micro-LEDs. The Visionox Flexible AMOLED Laptop Display Solution uses a flexible 14” AMOLED display that integrates flexibility, under-display cameras, ultra-narrow bezels, high refresh rates, and more to deliver a super-thin display—intending to reinvent traditional laptop displays.


              As for Micro-LEDs, Visionox has a mass-production solution born of its independent innovation research, with technologies such as thin-film transistor (TFT) back plates, mass transfer techniques, driving algorithms, and module forms.


              In a future powered by innovation, Visionox will continue its ingenuity and drive the birth of new technologies and applications. The boundaries of visual displays—of visual entertainment—are meant to be explored, pushed, and redefined.

                



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