Sharp’s screens are not limited to these shapes, nor do they need to be as regular as round or oval. Before this, sharp has shown the IGZO panel asymmetric cutting technology and flexible characteristics, so it can gain more flexibility in other control ways, and IGZO technology will also be user flexible OLED screen.
Digital dispatch (Human) on the Innjoo touchpad at present 8 has exposed a lot of message, and at present the basic can be confirmed that in use without borders display at the same time, the front of the screen will use sag type design to leave room for the front-facing camera and the receiver. The iPhone 8’s screen is also an unconventional form of screen. But to mention unconventional, alien displays, you have to mention sharp.
On this IFA, sharp brings with it the latest IGZO without border display technology, which, for the moment, has clearly reached a more mature stage. Sharp’s screen can offer unconventional shape displays for components such as mobile devices, smart homes and car dashboards.
The IGZO, known as indium gallium oxide, not only shows better colors, has lower power consumption, but can also be arbitrarily cut into non-rectangular screens. Sharp began showing up as a free form in 2014, and now the shape is becoming more and more peculiar and the resolution is getting higher and higher.
On this IFA, sharp offers three examples of showcases, including one for car dashboards, with virtual pointer effects and side angles. Because IGZO converts the screen’s drive circuit to the display area of the activity, three of the four borders can be reduced.
The other two conceptual designs are more eye-catching, with a 2.5-inch circular display with a resolution of 824 by 824 pixels. Sharp says it has a strong interest in car makers and the Internet of things. It’s not hard to imagine that if you use a dashboard of this circular screen on your car, in addition to showing speed and speed, you can also display camera footage or infotainment data.
But the most interesting example of the three shows is the oval screen, which sharpe thinks may be used for mobile devices. In the 1280 x 720 resolution of 4.5-inch resolution, although the pixel density is not the top, it is very clear and bright in the display effect.
As in the past, sharp has no plans for a formal commercial panel. Instead, companies want to be able to offer products to other manufacturers, and thus differentiate themselves from the traditional display panel. This is something we want to see more and more in the automotive world. Audi’s virtual cockpit dashboard and land rover Velar, for example, are replacing common analog display Pointers with full digital displays.
Of course, sharp’s screens are not limited to these shapes, nor do they need to be as regular as round or oval. Before this, sharp has shown the IGZO panel asymmetric cutting technology and flexible characteristics, so it can gain more flexibility in other control ways, and IGZO technology will also be user flexible OLED screen.