Better pricing comparing with existing semi-transparent OLED
Thin with almost 100% optical power efficiency Brighter display comparing with existing LCD, OLED
Lower power consumption comparing with existing LCD, OLED, or upcoming micro-LED
TIGER Display Introduction
KDH is committed to a radical change of the transparent, flexible, and keeping high brightness with high optical performance display technology in far-field and near-eye applications like AR (Augmented Reality) through the patent-pending "Transparent Integrated Guiding Enhanced Reality (TIGER)" display technology solution. KDH controls the entire process from the material pipeline, product development to the mass production process as well as conducts joint development with the Advanced R&D team at University of Melbourne and MCN (Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication), Australia.
TIGER FILM Light Guide Creation Engineering Process at MCN
Photolithography for making micro structure patterns
Nano-scale-molding for making flexible waveguide
Inspection of patterns under microscope
Demo of the PoC to Validate the Opitcal Performance of Material
Demo of a transparent film prototype with one single tunnel to guide the light beam in a flexible, transparent structure with prism-like ends for coupling the light out.
Demo of a single layer of film with air-filled-prisms fabricated within the engineered polymer made material for coupling the light out.
Demo of the flexibility of a single film with similar optical properties like glass but flexible.