At last week’s Society for Information Display's Display Week in San Jose, California, Corning introduced its new Lotus Glass, a third-generation glass composition for high-performance displays.
The company showcased this latest innovation at the Society for Information Display's Display Week in San Jose, California.
Corning Lotus NXT Glass provides industry-leading levels of low total pitch variation – a metric that is essential to efficient panel manufacturing for high-resolution displays.
It can outperform incumbent products using this metric by up to 60%, according to a company release.
The improved stability of Lotus NXT Glass – and, in turn, better total pitch variation performance – enables manufacturers to develop display panels that feature up to 100 pixels per inch higher resolutions or up to 15% lower power consumption, the company said.
For consumers, that means vivid, resolution-rich mobile devices with longer battery lives, according to the news release.
In addition to Lotus NXT Glass, Corning also had on show Corning Iris Glass, a high-transmission glass light-guide plate enabling thinner edge-lit LCD TVs; Corning Gorilla Glass 4, the latest version of Corning's damage-resistant cover glass now on nearly 4 billion devices; and other innovations.