Abstract: While correcting and recording initial touch points on a touch panel, a plurality of sensors on the touch panel are classified into a plurality of first sensing groups assigned with serial numbers, and a plurality of sensors of each the first sensing group are equally divided into a plurality of second sensing groups assigned with serial numbers. After detecting initial touch points on the touch panel, a plurality of headers are generated for the plurality of first sensing groups, and a data structure is generated for each of the sensors having detected initial touch points according to whether first sensing groups corresponding to the headers have the sensors having the detected initial touch points or not. At last, the initial touch points are filtered off from a plurality of detected touch points on the touch panel, according to initial touch point information recorded in loaded data structures.
Abstract: A graphical user interface (GUI) and a multimedia device using the same. The method for providing a graphical user interface (GUI) includes displaying first GUI items selectable by a user on a screen, removing from the screen at least one of the first GUI items displayed on the screen by zooming in or zooming out, and additionally displaying on the screen at least one second GUI item that was not displayed on the screen by zooming in or zooming out. Accordingly, a GUI to provide more convenient manipulation and better visual effect on a small screen can be provided.
Abstract: A liquid crystal display device including a liquid crystal panel including liquid crystal sealed between a pair of substrates; a plurality of gate signal lines and a plurality of drain signal lines formed to cross each other on one of said pair of substrates; a pixel region surrounded by a pair of adjacent gate signal lines and a pair of adjacent drain signal lines; a thin film transistor provided in the pixel region and connected to at least one of the pair of adjacent gate signal lines and at least one of the pair of drain signal lines; a pixel electrode provided in the pixel region and supplied with a video signal via the thin film transistor; and a counter electrode provided in the pixel region and supplied with a reference signal via a counter voltage signal line, the reference signal being a reference for the video signal.
Abstract: A touch screen includes a liquid crystal layer, an upper transparent conductive layer, a lower transparent conductive layer, an upper transparent plate, a lower transparent plate, an upper polarizing plate, a lower polarizing plate and a circuit unit. The upper transparent conductive layer, the upper transparent plate, the circuit unit and the upper polarizing plate are disposed on the liquid crystal layer in the above-mentioned order from one side of the liquid crystal layer. The lower transparent conductive layer, the lower transparent plate and the lower polarizing plate are disposed under the liquid crystal layer in the above-mentioned order from another side of the liquid crystal layer.
Abstract: An electro-optic device includes an electro-optic panel that includes a pixel region having a plurality of pixels arranged at a plurality of intersections where a plurality of scanning lines and a plurality of data lines cross each other, a polarity reverser that reverses, at a first frequency, a polarity of a video signal supplied to the plurality of pixels, a light source that emits light onto the pixel region, a pulse driver that pulse-drives the light source at a second frequency, and a setter that sets the first frequency and the second frequency so that a difference value between each of a plurality of first frequency components of the first frequency and each of a plurality of second frequency components of the second frequency is greater than a predetermined threshold value.
Abstract: In a data driver, an inverter inverts a first data signal from a first group of data signals. A converter includes first and second converting circuits. The first converting circuit converts a second data signal included from second group of data signals into a first gamma voltage. The second converting circuit has a circuit configuration inverted with respect to the first converting circuit. The second converting circuit converts the inverted first data signal into a second gamma voltage. An output buffer stores the first and second gamma voltage outputs from the converter and then outputs them. Thus, although gamma voltage is interfered from the coupling between a signal line and a gamma voltage line, a user can have normal images regardless of s the gamma voltage variation. The present invention relates to charge-trapping memories in the application of display panels.
Abstract: A mouse for operating an electronic device and having an actuating base, that is movable relative to a guide surface to thereby perform a function on an associated electronic device, and a moving assembly for the actuating base. The moving assembly has an elongate member. The elongate member is constructed to be: a) operatively held in a user's hand that is configured to hold the elongate member in the same manner that an elongate writing instrument would be held by a user's hand during a writing action; and b) moved while being operatively held to thereby cause the actuating base to be moved relative to the surface. The elongate member connected to the actuating base for controlled guided movement relative to the actuating base.
Abstract: An electrophoretic display with threshold voltage drift compensation functionality includes a gate driving circuit, a data driving circuit, a controller and a pixel array. The gate driving circuit provides plural gate signals according to a scan control signal. The data driving circuit provides plural data signals according to a data control signal. The controller is employed to provide the scan control signal and the data control signal. The pixel array is utilized for displaying images according to the gate signals and the data signals. Each of the gate signals includes a writing enable pulse for enabling write operations of the data signals during a writing period. And during a compensation period, each of the gate signals includes a compensation pulse for performing threshold voltage drift compensation operations on the data switches of the pixel array, and the data signals are set to hold a common voltage.
Abstract: Disclosed herein is a display device including a first light sensor unit configured to include a light-receiving element and detect intensity of ambient light to a display area; a second light sensor unit configured to include a light-receiving element and be provided with an infrared filter disposed on an optical path to the light-receiving element; and a signal processor configured to execute difference processing for a detection signal of the first light sensor unit and a detection signal of the second light sensor unit, wherein the infrared filter is formed by stacking at least two kinds of color filters.
Abstract: A LCD unit includes a plurality of LC panels stacked one on another. If a picture to be displayed on the LCD unit is a still picture, one of the LC panels consecutively scans plurality of rows of pixels in a direction opposite to the scanning direction of the rows of pixels in the rest of LC panels. If the picture is a moving picture, all the LC panels consecutively scans in the same direction.
Abstract: An electro-optical device is provided that includes a plurality of unit circuits and a scanning line drive circuit. Each of the plurality of unit circuits includes a light emitting element, a drive transistor, a light emitting control transistor, and a switching element. Each of the plurality of scanning lines includes a light emitting control line. The scanning line drive circuit includes a first light emitting control line drive circuit connected to one end of the light emitting control line; and a second light emitting control line drive circuit connected to the other end of the light emitting control line. The first and second light emitting control line drive circuits supply the light emitting control signal to the light emitting control line from both ends thereof at a predetermined timing.
Abstract: A transparent conductive film comprising a transparent film base material, a resin layer having a fine uneven geometrical structure, and a transparent conductive thin film laminated on the film base material through the resin layer, wherein the surface of the transparent conductive thin film has an average centerline roughness (Ra) of 0.11 to 0.18 ?m, the maximum height (Ry) of 0.9 to 1.6 ?m and the average distance between peaks (S) of 0.05 to 0.11 mm. The film can prevent the formation of a Newton's ring and shows satisfactory durability (particularly, pen input durability) and satisfactory display property without buzzing.
Abstract: The present invention discloses a serial transmission device for reducing instantaneous current including an input terminal for receiving serial data, a coding module coupled to the receiving terminal comprising a plurality of coding units in series for transforming the serial data to a plurality of coding results according to a plurality of coding schemes, and a plurality of output terminals respectively coupled to the plurality of coding units of the coding module for outputting the plurality of coding results.
Abstract: The present invention discloses an optical sensor. The optical sensor comprises a sensor for sensing a reflected light, an image capture device coupling with the sensor for reading the reflected light and calculating an average light intensity of the reflected light, a controller coupling with the image capture device for outputting a control signal based on the average light intensity, a driver coupling with the controller for receiving the control signal to output a drive current based on the control signal, and a light source coupling with the driver for receiving the drive current to generate a light.
Abstract: A control signal generation method of integrated gate driver circuit includes the steps of: providing one gate control signal to an integrated gate driver circuit; and generating a plurality of internal control signals by the integrated gate driver circuit according to on the gate control signal to control internal operations of the integrated gate driver circuit. Furthermore, an integrated gate driver circuit is adapted to receive one external gate control signal. The integrated gate driver circuit includes an internal control signal generation circuit for generating a plurality of internal control signals according to the external gate control signal to control internal operations of the integrated gate driver circuit. In addition, a liquid crystal display device using the above-mentioned integrated gate driver circuit also is provided.
February 24, 2009
Date of Patent:
June 25, 2013
AU Optronics Corp.
Meng-Ju Wu, Sheng-Kai Hsu, Yung-Tse Cheng, Ming-Hung Tu
Abstract: A driving circuit includes digital/current converting (DCC) circuits one for each data line. The DCC circuit charges a capacitor with a reference current according to a supplied signal from a shift register. The DCC circuit stores a current value of the reference current and outputs the current value to a data line via a switching element turned on by a digital image data signal of a single line supplied from a line latch. The output value of each DCC circuit is reset one after another in every select scan period in which an OFF signal is sent to all the data lines. Thus, the reset of the output value and the output of the image data signal can be successively carried out within one frame period, so the data applied to the pixel circuit with the DCC circuits one for each data line.
Abstract: A display system includes a system module, a connector connected to the system module, and a display module connected to the system module through the connector. The display module includes a liquid crystal panel which displays an image, and a first printed circuit board (“PCB”) which drives the liquid crystal panel. The first PCB includes a ground layer having a first ground region electrically connected to the display module, and a second ground region electrically isolated from the first ground region and electrically connected to the connector. The system module is configured to transmit communication signals to the display module and/or receive communication signals from the display module. The system module is further configured to transmit a noise component, which is independent of the communication signals, to the display module through the connector.
Abstract: There is provided a method for driving an electrophoresis display device equipped with a plurality of pixel electrodes, each of the pixel electrode being provided for every pixel, a common electrode provided to oppose the plurality of pixel electrodes, and an electrophoresis element containing electrophoresis particles, the electrophoresis element being sandwiched by the plurality of pixel electrodes and the common electrode. The method includes driving the electrophoresis element and updating a display by a common voltage swing drive method in which a rectangular wave in which a first potential and a second potential are repeated is applied to the common electrode for not less than one cycle during a display update time in which the first potential or the second potential for moving the electrophoresis particles is applied to each of the pixel electrodes. A frequency of the rectangular wave is not less than 20 Hz.
Abstract: A display apparatus is disclosed, and comprises a display panel and a lens. On the display panel, there are a width-fixed pixel zone, a width-variating pixel zone and a border zone arranged sequentially from the center to the edges of the display panel, wherein there are a plurality of width-fixed pixels disposed in the width-fixed zone, and there are a plurality of width-variating pixel groups disposed in the width-variating pixel zone, and the widths of the width-variating pixel groups are present in a first decreasing sequence. The lens has a focus-length-variating portion and a planar portion, wherein the planar portion is aligned with the width-fixed pixel zone, and the focus-length-variating portion is disposed to correspond to the border zone and the width-variating pixel zone. The focus lengths of the focus-length-variating portion corresponding to the width-variating pixel groups are present in a second decreasing sequence.
Abstract: An adaptive feedback control method of a field sequential color display includes: a rearrangement step of converting gray-scale values of a three primary color field of an input image into gray-scale values of a new three primary color field and a dominated color field; a sampling step of performing a pixel sampling on a resolution of the input image in a sampling interval; a feedback control step of performing a pixel by pixel sum operation for each separated color on a color break-up value and a color value of the input image in a Lu?v? color space to obtain a color difference sum, and performing a feedback control at a bit precision on the color difference sum; and a liquid crystal/backlight synchronization step of synchronizing a liquid crystal signal and a backlight grayscale value of the input image according to the minimum color difference sum.