Back in 2011 the University of Florida announced a new organic-TFT backplane technology called CN-VOLET, which is especially suited for OLED panels. Earlier in 2010, the University spun-off a company called nVerPix to commercialize this technology.

At the SID DisplayWeek 2016, researchers from the University of Florida and the University of Seoul will present the world's first AMOLED display panel that use nVerPix's CN-VOLET backplane. The 2.5" monochrome display prototypes features a QVGA (320x240) resolution.

The researchers say that this novel technology enables to reduce the pixel circuit of an AMOLED display to two components: the switching transistor and the CN-VOLET. This enables a high aperture (70%) and should simplify the manufacturing process.

In June 2013, we posted an article detailing nVerPix's technology and business.

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