Abstract: A device operational control system is configured to control operation of a device. The device operational control system includes a motion sensor that is configured to detect motion. The motion sensor is configured to output a motion signal indicative of the motion. An operational control unit is communicatively coupled to the motion sensor. The operational control unit is configured to receive the motion signal from the motion sensor and control at least one operational aspect of the device based on the motion.
Abstract: A luminance adjustment device is configured to adjust the luminance of a light source of a display by controlling a drive value of the light source of the display. The luminance adjustment device is configured to calculate the luminance corresponding to the used time of the light source according to a predetermined luminance characteristic, to calculate the drive value according to the luminance, to correct and add up the used time of the light source using a cubic value of the drive value, to correct the luminance according to the predetermined luminance characteristic based on a total used time, and to thereby correct the drive value.
Abstract: A display apparatus including an OLED (organic light-emitting device) substrate having a structure in which at least one blue light-emitting unit and at least one green light-emitting unit are stacked, wherein the OLED substrate generates a mixed light of a blue light and a green light; and a color controller provided on the OLED substrate to adjust color of a light generated from the OLED substrate. The color controller includes a first color control element having a plurality of first quantum dots for green conversion; a second color control element having plurality of second quantum dots for red conversion; a third color control element for presenting a blue color; a first color filter provided on the first color control element; and a second color filter provided on the second color control element.
Abstract: An information processing terminal apparatus for sending an image taken of real-estate properties is provided. A video reproducing apparatus sends annotation information indicative of a tracking point to a video providing apparatus. At the video providing apparatus side, if spatial tracking of annotation information is enabled, the annotation information is overlay-displayed on a video currently being taken of the video providing apparatus. On the other hand, if spatial tracking of annotation information is disabled, a video having annotation information sent from the video reproducing apparatus is displayed on a display block 510 of the video providing apparatus without change, thereby assuring temporal and spatial lags.
Abstract: A display device includes: an array substrate having a flexible substrate and a pixel circuit over the flexible substrate; a first supporting film under the array substrate; a second supporting film over the array substrate; and a member under the first supporting film with an adhesive layer sandwiched therebetween. The member includes a first film and a second film having a different thermal expansion coefficient respectively. The first film and the second film are respectively a first metal film containing a metal film and a second metal film containing a second metal, and the first metal and the second film are independently selected from copper, nickel, zinc, manganese, iron, cobalt, aluminum, tin, lead, and silver.
Abstract: A touch sensor system includes a touch panel, at least one multiplexer and a touch controller. The touch panel includes one or more touch sensing areas. The at least one multiplexer is coupled to the one or more touch sensing areas through one or more connecting wire groups on the touch panel, wherein each of the connecting wire groups includes one or more connecting wires. The touch controller is coupled to the at least one multiplexer via one or more touch control wires and one or more touch sensing wires. Each of the at least one multiplexer includes one or more switch groups each coupled between one of the one or more touch sensing wires and one of the connecting wire groups, and each of the switch groups includes one or more switches respectively controlled by one or more control signals transmitted through the one or more touch control wires.
Abstract: An electronic paper display including an electronic paper display panel and a driver circuit is provided. The electronic paper display panel includes a plurality of pixels. The driver circuit is coupled to the electronic paper display panel. The driver circuit drives a target pixel of the pixels to display a color by using a driving signal. The driving signal includes a reset period, an interleaving period, and a display period. A voltage of the driving signal is zero during the interleaving period. In addition, a method for driving an electronic paper display panel is also provided.
February 11, 2018
Date of Patent:
June 9, 2020
E Ink Holdings Inc.
Chen-Kai Chiu, Hsin-I Wu, Feng-Shou Lin
Abstract: A display device is disclosed. The display device of the present invention may comprise: a substrate including a display area and a non-display area adjacent to the display area; an anode electrode being positioned in the display area; an organic light emitting layer being layered on the anode electrode, the organic light emitting layer being positioned in the display area; a cathode electrode being layered on the organic light emitting layer; and a gate driver being positioned in the display area.
Abstract: Embodiments of the present disclosure provide a display device, a packaging method thereof and a display apparatus. The display device includes a base substrate; and a light-emitting unit and a packaging unit sequentially disposed on the base substrate, the packaging unit includes a first packaging film layer, a second packaging film layer and a water-absorbing functional layer located between the first packaging film layer and the second packaging film layer; the water-absorbing functional layer is mainly formed of a self-healing material with water absorbability.
Abstract: Disclosed is a display apparatus with integrated touch screen, in which a relative permittivity of an encapsulation layer is reduced, thereby increasing touch sensitivity. The display apparatus with integrated touch screen includes a light emitting layer disposed on a lower substrate, an encapsulation layer disposed on the light emitting layer, and a touch electrode disposed on the encapsulation layer. The encapsulation layer includes a first elastic layer disposed on the light emitting layer, a low dielectric layer disposed on the first elastic layer, and a second elastic layer disposed on the low dielectric layer. A relative permittivity of the low dielectric layer is 2.5 to 2.8.
June 22, 2018
Date of Patent:
May 12, 2020
LG Display Co., Ltd.
Byonghoo Kim, Sangheun Lee, Jeonghoon Lee, Sungjin Kim
Abstract: A touchpad module includes a base plate, a touch member, a switch, a supporting element and an elastic element. The base plate includes a triggering part. The switch is disposed on the touch member and aligned with the triggering part. The elastic element includes a fixing structure and a swinging structure. The swinging structure includes two lateral swinging segments and a middle swinging segment. The lateral swinging segments are arranged between the supporting element and the touch member. The middle swinging segment is arranged between the base plate and the touch member. The fixing structure is connected with the middle swinging segment and arranged between the lateral swinging segments. When an external force is exerted on the touchpad module, the middle swinging segment is swung toward the base plate, and the lateral swinging segments are swung away from the supporting element.
Abstract: A touch pad is provided. The touch pad includes a transparent piezoelectric film layer configured to generate an electrical signal varying according to a touch pressure, and an electrode layer including a plurality of transparent electrodes disposed in a plurality of areas of the transparent piezoelectric film layer and configured to sense a voltage of the electrical signal generated from the plurality of areas.
September 27, 2016
Date of Patent:
April 28, 2020
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
Seung-jin Oh, Sang-ho Kim, Byung-hoon Kang, Sang-wook Kwon, Byung-jik Kim, Chang-byung Park
Abstract: A terminal device such as a smartphone displays a first image on a display unit, and outputs a second image including the first image as a part to a display device such as a navigation device. Also, the terminal device obtains relative position information indicating a relative positional relation of the first image with respect to the second image from an external server. When a user makes a touch input to the second image displayed on the display device, the input position is transmitted from the display device to the terminal device. The terminal device obtains the conversion necessity information indicating whether or not the input position on the second image needs to be converted based on the relative position information, and converts the input position on the second image to the input position on the first image based on the relative position information when the conversion is necessary.
Abstract: An image processing apparatus includes a determining section that determines an evaluation period relating to a sync signal according to a processing timing of image information, a signal outputting section that outputs a timing signal in a case where the sync signal is not received in the evaluation period, and a control section that controls the processing timing in accordance with the timing signal.
Abstract: A display device includes a substrate including an active area having a plurality of pixels and a bezel area around the active area; a data driver on one side of the bezel area; a gate driver on at least one side of the bezel area; a shield power supply line extending from the data driver to at least one side of the gate driver; and a shield layer overlapped with at least one thin film transistor of the gate driver and connected to the shield power supply line in the bezel area.
Abstract: Embodiments described herein include a method for avoiding display noise in a capacitive touch sensing device that includes sensing a touch input in a sensing region of an input device at a first touch sensing frequency. The method also includes analyzing incoming display data for display data noise at the first touch sensing frequency and at a second touch sensing frequency. If the display data noise at the first touch sensing frequency is higher than a threshold, touch sensing frequency is adjusted to the second touch sensing frequency where the display data noise is lower than the threshold. If the display data noise at the first touch sensing frequency is lower than the threshold, sensing is continued at the first touch frequency.
Abstract: A gate voltage generation circuit generates a gate voltage including a first voltage, a second voltage and a third voltage and supplies the gate voltage to a pixel transistor of a display device. The first voltage is a voltage for opening the pixel transistor. The second voltage is lower than the first voltage and is a voltage for closing the pixel transistor. The third voltage is an intermediate voltage between the first voltage and the second voltage. The voltage rises by way of the intermediate voltage at the time of rising from the second voltage to the first voltage.
Abstract: [Problem] The problem addressed by the present invention lies in providing a conductive film, a touch panel and a display device which make it possible to suppress a reduction in the quality of an image observed on a display device. [Solution] A drive lattice 31DL includes an enlargement region, and a sensing lattice 33SL includes a facing region lying over the enlargement region with a transparent dielectric layer therebetween.
Abstract: Eye-tracked head-mounted displays are provide which, in one aspect, may utilize the same optics for eyetracking and image viewing, with a selected portion of the optics used for an eyetracking optical path and a selected portion of the display optics used for an image viewing optical path.
March 1, 2017
Date of Patent:
April 7, 2020
THE ARIZONA BOARD OF REGENTS ON BEHALF OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA, AUGMENTED VISION INC