Leo LiuDirector of Taiwan Operation | DSCC
Meta just released its new VR device – Quest Pro on October 12th. The displays of the Quest Pro are embedded with a MiniLED backlight. MiniLED is one of the emerging display technologies and has high potential to compete with other existing or new display technologies. MiniLED does have several unique advantages –such as high brightness, high contrast and lower power consumption that can enhance display performance. MiniLEDs have been already been adopted into AR/VR, wearable, IT, TV, automotive, medical, etc. Currently, the main application of MiniLED is still in backlight of panels. On the other hand, becoming a direct-view display is another direction for MiniLED. Although the cost of MiniLED is high, we believe people will find a way to overcome the cost hurdles to allow MiniLED to become affordable. This speech will summarize the key findings and insights from DSCC's latest report on MiniLEDs.
Leo Liu joined DSCC as Director of Taiwan Operations in 2021. Leo has more than 20 years experience in the optoelectronics industry including 10 years in backlighting and 10 years in LEDs. Leo is a well-known expert in backlighting, LEDs, miniLEDs and microLEDs. In backlighting, he made meaningful contributions to Global Lighting and Sinbon while in LEDs he played important roles at Arima Opto, Topco, Lumileds, Soraa and Lumini. He also spent time in market research and consulting at DisplaySearch where he focused on backlighting and LEDs and as an independent consultant to other firms.
Leo holds a M.S. degree, Power Mechanical Engineering, June, 1994 from Tsing Hua University, Taiwan, ROC. He can be reached at email@example.com.