Displays are everywhere, and everything is becoming more interactive and colorful, but science has proven Displays can ruin sleep; shown that the high-energy blue wavelengths from LED's, LCD, OLED and QuantumDots, can accelerate macular degeneration (blindness); and now with AR and MicroLED, are moving even closer to our eyes.
At DisplayWeek2019, PixelDisplay is introducing:
1. NoBlue™ and VividColor EyeSafe™, hardware solutions to deliver both: HDR color, and a safer/more-colorful nighttime experience. Without tinted-films, amber-glasses, or decolorating night-shift software.
2. NanoBright, a more robust patternable nanoparticle, to (safely) color-convert MicroLED, reduce pick-place costs, and open broader possibilities in photo/electro-emissive nano-patterned applications.
David Wyatt has been the CTO & President since co-founding PixelDisplay in 2015. David is the inventor of PixelDisplay’s VividColor, SlimBright, NoBlue and NanoBright technologies; is passionate about making life more colorful, convenient, and visually interactive; and in rethinking what’s possible.
Before founding PixelDisplay, David was a Distinguished Engineer at NVIDIA, leading GPU, Tegra and NVIDIA’s Display Technologies. Before NVIDIA, David was a Chief Engineer, and Platform Architect at Intel, and at Chips&Technologies, and Weitek. With over 25yrs in Graphics, GPU’s and Displays, David’s innovations have covered a wide range of disruptive display technologies including: variable refresh (inventing both Intel’s sDRRS, and NVIDIA’s G-SYNC), content-adaptive backlight control (both Intel’s DPST, and NVIDIA’s PRISM2), as well as pioneering work in high-speed wired/wireless links (with IP in both HDMI, and DisplayPort standards), 3D, AR/VR, Fuzzy/Neural, Light-Field, display panel controllers and touch integration (including NVIDIA’s DirectTouch). David has filed more than 200 patents internationally, with over 100 US patents issued, across a wide range of industries. David’s innovations have become an integral part of standards from VESA, HDMI, HDCP, and JEDEC; as well as in shipping products, including those from Apple, Asus, AuO, Google, Intel, Microsoft, NVIDIA, Lenovo, Samsung, Sharp, Sony, XiaoMi and more.