3 Things to See at Touch Taiwan 2023 : A Review of Futuristic Displays

The Touch Taiwan Exhibition is an annual event hosted by display industry-related associations in Taiwan, showcasing the latest technologies from major display manufacturers. This year’s exhibit, which took place from April 19th to 21st, featured several impressive displays, including three futuristic ones that caught our attention:

1. Large Seamless Micro LED Displays

AUO and Playnitride, showcased their latest micro LED video walls, which were over 100 inches in size and featured a seamless design. Unlike traditional LCD video walls, micro LED displays can be designed without borders, resulting in a video wall that appears picture-perfect without any dark lines of borders splitting the image.

AUO showed a 108″ TV/Video wall using micro LED tiles.
Playnitride showed a 103″ seamless micro LED display.

2. Transparent Micro LED Displays

Thanks to their small size and high brightness, micro LEDs can be placed on a transparent base to create a transparent display, which looks chic and modern.

AUO showed a 60″ transparent micro LED display.

3.Colorful E-Paper Displays

E-paper displays now offer brilliant colors and are also very power efficient. Unlike most displays, e-papers only consume power when the display image needs to be changed, meaning that a poster-like display with vivid colors does not need any electricity when showing information.

In addition to the futuristic displays mentioned above, the Touch Taiwan Exhibition also featured many high-tech equipment and material makers. This provided visitors with a unique opportunity to understand and check out the latest technology from Taiwan’s display industry. If you don’t want to miss out on next year’s exhibit, be sure to check out the official Touch Taiwan website(https://www.touchtaiwan.com/en/) for more information. With each passing year, the Touch Taiwan Exhibition continues to showcase the cutting-edge advancements in display technology, making it a must-visit event for anyone interested in the future of display technology.