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Wilmington, MA, United States

Some implementations provide automatic display mode selection for a device, such as a mobile display device, according to a hierarchy of criteria. Each display mode may correspond with a set of display parameter settings, which may include a color depth setting, a brightness setting, etc. In some examples, one of the criteria may correspond with a software application being executed on the device. Some implementations involve creating a display device user profile and controlling a display of a mobile display device according to the user profile. The user profile may be built gradually over some number of days/weeks/months after the first use of the device. In some implementations, display parameter setting information or other device setting information corresponding to data in a user profile, including but not limited to demographic data, may be received by a mobile display device from another device, such as a server.


Patent
Pixtronix | Date: 2015-06-26

A latch circuit which can control a drain avalanche effect and improve reliability is provided. The latch circuit includes an input transistor importing a voltage corresponding to 0 or 1 when the scanning voltage is input to a gate, a storage capacitance storing a voltage imported by the input transistor, and having a first electrode and a second electrode, the first electrode is input with a capacitance control signal and the second electrode is connected to a second electrode of the input transistor, a first conduction type first transistor having a gate connected to the second electrode of the input transistor, a second electrode connected to a first output terminal, and a first electrode input with a first latch control signal, and a second conduction type second transistor having a gate connected to the second electrode of the first transistor, a second electrode connected to a second output terminal, and a first electrode input with a second latch control signal.


Patent
Pixtronix | Date: 2015-06-24

A method of operating a display including loading image data to pixels in multiple rows of pixels in an array of pixels during a data loading phase, actuating the pixels in the multiple rows during an update phase, and illuminating at least one lamp during an lamp illumination phase to illuminate the actuated pixels to form an image on the display, in which each of the loading, actuating and illuminating phases partially overlap in time.


Patent
Pixtronix | Date: 2015-05-27

This disclosure provides systems, methods and apparatus for selecting display operation modes for displaying content on a display device. The display device can utilize user selectable display operation modes for displaying content. Various display operation modes, based on various values of display parameters such as frame rate, color bit depth, maximum brightness level, color gamut, percentages of color gamut, white point, gamma, and the number of subframes or bit-planes per image frame can be presented, for example, to a user, for selection using a user interface. The user interface can be capable of providing the ability to select global display operation modes for all applications running on the display device or to assign display operation modes in-focus applications running on the display device. In some implementations, the display device can automatically select the appropriate display operation mode based, at least, on the content being displayed.


Patent
Pixtronix | Date: 2015-05-21

In one innovative aspect of the disclosure, a method includes patterning a first region and a first portion of a second region of a substrate using a first reticle. The method also includes patterning the second region and a first portion of the first region using a second reticle. The method additionally includes forming a first array of first patterned elements based on the patterning by the first reticle, and forming a second array of second patterned elements based on the patterning by the second reticle. In some implementations, each of the first and the second arrays are incomplete in each of the first portions. However, the first patterned elements in the first portion of the second region are complementary to the second patterned elements in the first portion of the second region. Similarly, the first patterned elements in the first portion of the first region are complementary to the second patterned elements in the first portion of the first region. In some such implementations, the combination of the first array and the second array form a complete array of patterned elements.

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