Enhanced Viewing Angle Solution
IPS Full View: 178° Without Blind Spots, Enhanced Light Transmittance, Unleashing Colors from Every Angle.
With the development of the TFT-LCD industry, there are higher demands in the industry for characteristics such as viewing angles, color accuracy, and contrast in displays. Traditional TN mode displays are constrained by limited viewing angles, leading to a decline in image quality with angle shifts and impeding the overall user experience. How will LumiLux-Display address these issues and enhance the user’s visual experience?
IPS （In-Panel-Switching ) Technology
IPS (In-Plane Switching) technology is a type of liquid crystal display technology designed to improve viewing angles and color accuracy. LumiLux-Display use IPS technology to overcome limitations associated with traditional display technologies.
Wide Viewing Angles: IPS displays offer significantly wider viewing angles compared to traditional technologies. This ensures consistent and accurate color representation, making them ideal for applications where multiple viewers may observe the screen from various perspectives.
Color Accuracy: IPS panels are recognized for their exceptional color accuracy. The technology employs advanced techniques to maintain consistent colors across the screen, catering to the demands of graphic designers, photographers, and professionals who require precise color reproduction.
VA Film+ TN LCD Technology
LumiLux-Display optimizes the viewing experience by combining a specialized Viewing Angle Film with TN (Twisted Nematic) liquid crystal display technology.
In this approach, TN liquid crystal is a common technology known for its relatively fast response time and cost-effectiveness. However, traditional TN LCDs exhibit limitations in viewing angles, leading to issues such as color distortion and reduced brightness, especially at larger viewing angles.
To address this challenge, a specialized Viewing Angle Film is introduced. This film can be designed with optical characteristics that help broaden the viewing angles of the LCD, reducing color distortion and brightness reduction. This implementation aims to enhance the visual performance of the display at a relatively lower cost, providing improved viewing angles for a better overall experience.
MVA stands for Multi-Domain Vertical Alignment, and it is a type of liquid crystal display (LCD) technology. MVA technology is designed to improve the viewing angles and color reproduction of traditional LCD displays.
The multi-domain arrangement of MVA (Multi-Domain Vertical Alignment) technology, where liquid crystal molecules form independent domains in the vertical direction, enhances color and brightness consistency across different viewing angles. Vertical alignment and color domain crossovers contribute to reducing color distortion. Additionally, MVA technology often boasts higher contrast ratios, stemming from its intricate liquid crystal molecular arrangement. This enhances the differentiation between dark and bright areas, resulting in deeper blacks and brighter whites.