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CarUX developed the premium Pixiu 3 using Innolux’s exclusive Micro LED technology

Las Vegas, January 3, 2024 – CarUX, a subsidiary of Innolux, with the ambition “More than Display, and Far Beyond”, will set a new benchmark for automotive interior products from January 9 to 12 in Las Vegas. Vegas, USA The company will showcase the latest and most innovative technology in automotive display products, embracing developments in smart cockpits that focus on safety, practicality and entertainment.Large information display Complementing the flagship concept from CarUX, the Large Information Display (LID) screens from 15 to 55 inches. These products share common features such as extremely low reflectivity, high brightness, high contrast, wide color gamut, and fast response times. Thanks to AM Mini-LED and Micro-LED automotive technology, these large displays offer amazing visual performance. From an aesthetic point of view, each product features a curved or arc-shaped design that allows it to integrate perfectly into different car models. As for human-machine interaction, in addition to touch screens, some displays incorporate a “slider bar” to have more HMI options in place. They are equipped with the most advanced “Active Privacy View” technology to avoid driver distractions, and the new generation of “Windscreen Projective Display”. InvisiView CarUX is committed to advancing design aesthetics and presents its latest product concept, ” InvisiView”. As the proportion of screens in vehicles increases, integration with other interior components is crucial when the screen is not in use. Hiding the screen allows passengers to go from “moving” to “still” during the trip. To make this concept a reality, CarUX collaborates with suppliers to develop four solutions in two categories. The first is to apply various textures to the surface of the screen, such as real tree bark, wood grain on glass, and leather. Despite the different textures, the screen offers satisfactory visual performance. The second category takes advantage of the structure and coatings of the screen to simulate textures and create a pleasant visual illusion that enhances the overall experience. Software and HMI integration CarUX introduces “Touch ID” technology, which allows screens to adapt intelligently to multi-user scenarios and identify “who is playing”. In a car, screens are no longer exclusive to a single user, but have become the primary human-machine interface for vehicle controls. This technology allows interfaces tailored to both drivers and passengers, reducing operation time and improving the overall experience and efficiency of human-machine interaction. Issuer: CarUX

ContactContact name: Anita ChienContact description: InnoluxContact phone: 8615099715820