OLED compensation technology developer IGNIS Innovation launched an interesting new system that can be used to inspect and fix burn-in problems in Android smartphones.

The system, which IGNIS calls an Automated Optical Inspection System (AOIS) is a tabletop machine that you insert an Android smartphone into, and it identifies areas with image retention. Using software drivers, one can then compensate for these problems. The compensation is based on IGNIS proprietary MaxLife compensation technology.

IGNIS says that it will offer such machines to retailers that fix smartphones so that they can offer repair for smartphone owners that suffer from burn-in problems. The system can also be used during the R&D development of OLED or MicroLED panels, and during production runs of new panels. The current system can accommodate up to 6-inch panels (but IGNIS says it can modify the design for larger panels).

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