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Tuesday
Nov202018

DISPLAY TECHNOLOGY NEWS ROUNDUP 11.20.18

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Seattle CEOs Charged Over Illegal Recycling Of LCD Screens "Total Reclaim was paid over $1.1 million for its LCD recycling services between 2008 and 2016. Lorch and Zirkle took those payments while representing that the recycling services were being done under legal and industry standards" via Patch

Veeco and ALLOS Semiconductors collaborate on microLED production "The most important success factor for turning the promise of microLED displays into mass production reality is to achieve extremely good emission wavelength uniformity, which eliminates the need to test and sort individual microLED chips. " via LaserFocusWorld

Flexible OLED array detects blood oxygen "The Berkely design relies on reflected light and, said the University, has been demonstrated tracking overall blood-oxygen levels on the forehead of a volunteer ... It was also used to map blood-oxygen levels in a three-by-three grid on the forearm of a volunteer wearing a pressure cuff." via ElectronicsWeekly

New anisotropic conductive film for ultra-fine pitch assembly applications "This new structure can significantly improve the ultra-fine pitch interconnection by effectively suppressing the movement of conductive particles. This film can be applied to mobile devices, large-sized OLED panels, and VR, among others." via Phys.org

China, Taiwan LED chip makers faced with high inventory levels "...there has been oversupply of LED chips and consequently China- and Taiwan-based makers have been faced with too high inventory levels..." via DigiTimes

Tuesday
Oct092018

DISPLAY TECHNOLOGY NEWS ROUNDUP 10.09.18

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Display Alliance is sponsored by Smarter Glass ( www.smarterglass.com ) , a leading distributor and solutions provider with nearly 15 years specializing in the global LCD display industry and PCAP touchscreens. This blog is an open resource for the display industry and welcomes content and sponsorship from readers. Contact us to discuss how we can work together on Display Alliance.

Sharp makes long-awaited OLED foray, wary of big spending "Sharp will offer OLED panels in its new smartphones later this year and plans to sell the screens to other manufacturers, although it has signaled it is wary about a rapid expansion in OLED as momentum for the thinner but more expensive screens slows." via Reuters

New LCD Panel Recycling System Reduces Risk and Waste "Research Institute (ITRI) are working to change that, developing a new LCD Waste Recycling System that is cost-effective, does not produce any waste and will allow manufacturers to save and reuse some of the valuable heavy metals used to create LCD panels. " via R&D Magazine

Photocentric: Using LCD Screens for Resin-Based 3D Printing "... Photocentric is totally focused on powering 3D printing using the illumination from LCD screens, mostly from the visible part of the spectrum, which is required when it comes to visual display screens. This could be the future of industrial 3D printing someday." via 3DPrint.com

Netgear Acquires Meural And Plans To Add A WiFi Router Into The Digital Frame "Netgear ... confirmed to me that the San Jose, Calif-based networking company just acquired Meural, the maker of a gesture-controlled WiFi-connected digital frame that displays classic works of art, photography or your own photos." via Forbes

AUO Begins Shipment of Its Mini LED Panels and Expects Revenue Boost with High-end Products "As for its Mini LED products, Peng said the company is ready to mass produce both active matrix and passive matrix Mini LED products." via LEDinside