AMOLED (Active-Matrix Organic Light Emitting Diode) displays are a new cutting-edge display technology, used in a variety of applications from mobile phones to UHD TV. They offer superior image quality to AMLCD, lower power consumption, more vibrant colours, and lower manufacturing costs.
Established in 2000, IGNIS Innovation Inc. has become the leading independent supplier of technology for AMOLED displays. We develop the technology that makes AMOLED displays last longer, look better, and cost less. Spun off from the University of Waterloo, and based on more than 10 years of R&D, has more than 229 patents granted. IGNIS has strong relationships in Asia with leading display manufacturers who are introducing OLEDs into the global marketplace.
IGNIS unique approach to improving the image quality of the emissive displays is based on compensation algorithm for nonuniformity and image sticking have been recognized across the industry for offering unparalleled performance. Our continuous improvements and integration of these algorithms have resulted in world class patents and publications. We are looking for people with a wild imagination that can link the phenomenal across a multi-technology platform and come up with unique and practical solutions.
Reporting to the Director of engineering, this position is a key role at IGNIS that bridges the development of Electrical Corrections on OLED displays with direct optical correction. This involves the design and implementation of a generic software platform that can interface with the panel resolutions of different customer furnished cameras resulting in rapid corrections for the display modules.
This role includes the development of algorithms and optimization of these algorithms and software implementation to provide automated solutions that will work in a factory environment. The ideal candidate will have experience in image processing working in automation applications.
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