2017 SID/OLED-Association and Veritas et Visus AR/VR Conference Wednesday, May 24, 2017 LA Convention Center
Taesung Kim Engineering VP at IM Division of Samsung Electronics
Title: Special Considerations and Trade-Offs in Display Technologies for VR Devices
Abstract: There are many intrinsic aspects of displays required for VR applications such as response time and SDE (Screen Door Effect). But they’re not easy to improve and solutions are costly, and more importantly most of them are tightly bonded with trade-off relationships each other. In this talk, a handful of display characteristics that are unique to VR applications will be explored and potential solutions will be proposed in an effect to make VR devices be more affordable and human perception friendly.
Bio: Taesung Kim is born and raised in South Korea, and later became US citizen through naturalization. Taesung majored in Electrical Engineering and received Ph.D degree from KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), aka MIT in Korea. He devoted his entire career to the display industry, starting from Samsung Display, and later moving to US, working for Marvell Semiconductor, Apple Inc. and Intel as display architect and specialist. After staying 8 years in Silicon Valley, he moved back to Korea in 2014 and became head of display group at Samsung mobile communications, currently taking care of display/touch/S-pen product developments.
Taesung also has been serving for SID technical committee over 15 years at DEL (Display Electronics) and actively engaged in paper review and other committee activities.
Date: May 22-26 Society for Information Display (SID) DisplayWeek Business Track Location: Los Angeles Convention Center.