Sharp Wants to Revolutionize Dashboards with Free-Form Digital Display Tech
Jun 20, 2014 10:59
Sharp has just announced they are creating what it calls a Free-Form Display, which is an infotainment system, but doesn't need to have its usual regular rectangular shape in order to work.
They explained that “conventional displays are rectangular because they require a minimal width for the bezel in order to accommodate the drive circuit, called the gate driver, around the perimeter of the screen's display area. With the Free-Form Display, the gate driver's function is dispersed throughout the pixels on the display area.”
Which means the display can take on any shape that may be required without affecting quality.
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