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Japan Display Inc. | Date: 2016-05-16

According to an aspect, a fixing structure includes: a supporting plate; a substrate arranged on a first surface of the supporting plate, the substrate including a component that is arranged on a surface opposite to the supporting plate and projects toward opposite to the supporting plate; a male screw that is fixed to the supporting plate so that a first end projects from the first surface to pass through the substrate, and a second end opposite to the first end does not project from a second surface opposite to the first surface of the supporting plate; and a female screw that is screwed with the first end of the male screw projecting from the substrate.


Patent
Japan Display Inc. | Date: 2016-06-14

In one embodiment, a liquid crystal display device includes a first substrate and a second substrate. In the first substrate, gate lines extend in a first direction, and a first source line and a second source line extend in a second direction orthogonally crossing the first direction. A pixel electrode having a first belt-like main electrode is arranged approximately in a central portion between the first source line and the second source line and extending in the second direction. A first belt-like sub-electrode covers the gate line between the first source line and the second source line and extending in the first direction. The second substrate includes a counter electrode having a second main electrode arranged on the first and second source lines and extending in the second direction. A liquid crystal layer is held between the first substrate and the second substrate.


Patent
Japan Display Inc. | Date: 2016-08-16

A liquid crystal display device includes a TFT substrate, a CF substrate, and a liquid crystal interposed between the TFT substrate and the CF substrate, and drives the liquid crystal in a horizontal electric field. The TFT substrate includes a recess, and the CF substrate includes a columnar protrusion. The protrusion of the CF substrate is fitted to the recess of the TFT substrate so as to function as a stopper for preventing a positional gap between the TFT substrate and the CF substrate.


Patent
Japan Display Inc. | Date: 2016-05-03

In a liquid crystal display device having an alignment film subjected to an optical alignment process, the frame area can be reduced while maintaining the reliability of the sealing portion. To achieve this, in the display area, the alignment process is performed with UV light on the alignment film, to form an area in which the alignment film is not formed in the opposing first and second sides, and to form an area in which the amount of UV light irradiation on the alignment film is one fourth or less of the display area in the opposing third and fourth sides. In the first and second sides, the sealing material overlaps the area in which the alignment film is not formed. In the third and fourth sides, the sealing material overlaps the area in which the amount of UV light irradiation is one fourth or less of the display area.


Patent
Japan Display Inc. | Date: 2016-05-27

Provided is a display device including a touch panel, the display device having a function of being suppressed from being charged with electricity. A display device including a touch panel includes a detection electrode of the touch panel, the detection electrode being provided on one surface of a display cell; a protective layer covering the detection electrode; and an optical film bonded to the protective layer, the optical film having an external shape smaller than that of the protective layer. The protective layer may be a single layer substantially formed of a conductive polymer and an insulating material, or may have a stack structure including an insulating layer and a conductive layer.


Patent
Japan Display Inc. | Date: 2016-05-23

According to an aspect, a display system with a touch detection function includes a display apparatus with a touch detection function and a pointing device. The display apparatus with a touch detection function includes: a display device; a touch detecting device including transmission electrodes and reception electrodes; and a control circuit. The pointing device holds codes of binary or more corresponding to predetermined drawing functions, detects a transmission signal transmitted from the transmission electrodes, generates a generation signal by, based on the codes, inverting and amplifying the transmission signal with an amplification factor of at least one pulse out of the pulses being different from amplification factors of other pulses, and outputs the generation signal to the reception electrodes. The control circuit identifies a code included in the generation signal and performs a drawing function corresponding to the code at the position of the pointing device on the display device.


Patent
Japan Display Inc. | Date: 2016-06-01

According to an aspect, a display device with a touch detection function includes a display panel and a touch panel. The touch panel includes first electrodes extending in one direction. The display panel includes second electrodes interesting with the first electrodes in planar view and serving as common electrodes that supply a common potential to pixels in a display area. The display panel also includes pixel signal lines and scanning signal lines interesting with each other in planar view. The pixel signal lines and the scanning signal lines are made into a floating state in a touch detection period in which a first drive signal is applied to the first electrodes, and a second drive signal is applied to the second electrodes at predetermined intervals to perform touch detection based on change in voltage of the first electrodes and change in voltage of the second electrodes.


A touch detection device includes a substrate, a plurality of drive electrodes arranged on a plane parallel to the substrate and in a first region in which an image is displayed, and a plurality of touch detection electrodes configured to generate a capacitance between the touch detection electrodes and the drive electrodes. At least one touch detection electrode among the touch detection electrodes includes a first part arranged in the first region and a second part arranged in a second region adjacent to the first region. The drive electrodes are sequentially supplied with the first drive signal to detect a conducting body in contact with or close to the first region in a first touch detection mode, and the touch detection electrodes are supplied with a second drive signal to detect a conducting body in contact with or close to the second region in a second touch detection mode.


An information input device including a touch panel configured to be provided with a touch sensor that detects a position at which a sensing object is brought close to a sensing surface. In this information input device, the touch sensor has a scanning electrode and a detecting electrode that is opposed to the scanning electrode with the intermediary of a dielectric substance, and is a capacitive sensor whose electrostatic capacitance changes if the sensing object is brought close to the detecting electrode. Furthermore, a slit is formed in a surface of the detecting electrode opposed to the scanning electrode.


Patent
Japan Display Inc. | Date: 2016-06-03

An in-cell type liquid crystal display device includes a first unit that detects whether a touch is present, or not, on the basis of a current flowing in a plurality of detection electrodes when a touch panel scanning voltage is applied to counter electrodes of each of M (M2) divided blocks, and a second unit that detects noise on the basis of a current flowing in the plurality of detection electrodes, assuming that an (M+1)^(th )counter electrode is present for the counter electrodes of each of the M divided blocks, and assuming that a touch panel scanning voltage synchronous with the touch panel scanning voltage applied to the counter electrodes of each of the M divided blocks is applied to the (M+1)^(th )counter electrode.

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