Adaptive Display Management
Ambient Light Sensors (ALS) ALS sensors deliver optimal sensitivity to accurately approximate the photopic human response – the vision of the human eye in good lighting conditions. This is then used to measure the illuminance of ambient light to help adjust a display's screen brightness according to the current conditions.
Color Sensors Eyestrain and sleep disturbance are unwanted side effects of too high a level of blue light on our displays. Our accurate XYZ color sensors enable notebook computer controllers to adjust the white-point balance of the display in response to changes in the color temperature of ambient light, to make text as readable as it is when printed on paper.
The new color sensor TCS3408 enables operation behind OLED to maximize edge-to-edge display screen size. It features on-chip flicker detection to eliminate unwanted video image banding artefacts in all lighting environments.
Behind OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) In order to provide users with all-screen, bezel-less displays that are more comfortable and effective to use, ams technology enables accurate ambient light and color sensing to help adjust a display's brightness. White point is adjusted with an optical sensor solution that operates behind an organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display, instead of in the bezel or frame outside the display area.