Crocus MLU sensors aim to put more 'flex' into flexible displays
New Magnetic Logic Unit™ based solution that can detect the position and shape of flexible two dimensional surfaces.
AU Optronics (AUO), headquartered in Taiwan, was formed in 2001 during the merger of Unipac and Acer Display. Since 2000, the company has been working intensely on the research and development of OLEDs. The milestones in the evolution of this technology include a 65-inch full-HD television in 2013 (Oxide TFT and FMM OLED patterning), and a 5-inch display with a resolution of 443 pixels per inch (ppi) in 2013.
U Optronics Corp. (AUO) is a global leader of thin film transistor liquid crystal display panels (TFT-LCD) and also offers OLED displays. The company is working on a range of technologies including printed and vacuum processed OLEDs.
Flexible, self powered e-reader
At the recent FPD International, an exhibition and convention on flat panel displays held in Japan, AU Optronics Corp presented a concept e-reader that is self powered and also as flexible as a piece of paper.
Moser Baer & Universal Display's technology & licensing agreement
Moser Baer Technologies and Universal Display Corporation announce technology & licensing agreement for energy-efficient white OLED lighting
AU Optronics Corp. reports 4Q2010 financial results
AUO will continue to implement the "value-oriented" business strategy in 2011. For example, leading-edge technologies to produce 3D panels, touch modules, OLED displays and other high-end, value-added products are anticipated to enter mass production this year.
AUO's latest display technologies
AU Optronics has presented its latest display technologies which include a 32" in-cell multi-point and multi-color optical touch panel for e-board applications, flexible oxide TFT E-paper, a dual-side display that uses ultra-low levels of energy and saves power by 99.8%, a 3D AMOLED TV panel, and stylishly flat OLED lights.
Energy harvesting laptops
Energy harvesting for the office is becoming a reality and this month Logitech has introduced the Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750 - the company's first light-powered keyboard.
AUO and Wistron establish a joint venture for TFT-LCD module plant
AU Optronics Corporation has approved a joint venture of TFT-LCD TV panel module production with Wistron Corporation at in China.
AU Optronics unveils flexible e-paper technology
World's largest e-paper module will debut at FPD International 2009
Increased activity in OLED market
Although OLED technology is still developing there is currently a notable market presence of OLEDs in electronic devices and displays.