Under Display Camera

Eliminating the Display Notch

Our advanced materials are enabling the future of transparent displays allowing under display cameras that will eliminate display notches.

Current Display Limitations

The path to bezel-less phone displays is not yet discovered.  Front facing cameras and evolving technology such as face recognition employ sensors that require disruptive notches or punch-holes in the display.

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Maximize display size
without compromise

Achieved through our transparent screen solution for Under Display Camera

  • Camera and IR functionality remain
  • Display color & clarity not compromised
  • Display area maximized
  • Display aesthetic continuity

Notch Cutout Display

The standard cathode materials and pixel design currently used in OLED displays have low transparency requiring a bulky notch cutout to accommodate the camera.

Eliminating the notch cutout requires the front facing camera to be integrated under the display, requiring the display to be transparent.

Notch-free Display with ConducTorr™ Electrode

Replacing the standard cathode with our ConducTorr™ Electrode enables microscopic transparent windows to be opened in the cathode and OLED pixel layers, making the display transparent.

With the display made transparent the front facing camera can then be integrated under the display.

Cathode Patterning for Under Display Cameras

Learn how our ConducTorr™ Electrode technology is enabling better Under Display Cameras by patterning of the cathode.
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Working with us

We are always looking for new partners or customers to collaborate with on the development of new products using our technology.

  • Consumer electronics OEMs
  • OLED Panel makers
  • Materials suppliers
  • Academic researchers

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