SAVVY SCIENCE is pleased to announce the formation of UK technology company PeroLED Limited.
PeroLED Limited was founded by Dr Peter Levermore and Professor Donal Bradley, and is based in NETPark in County Durham in the UK. PeroLED will commercialize innovative display technology developed by Savvy Science as part of its PeroLED innovation project. The technology relates to OLED, QLED and especially Perovskite LED displays.
PeroLED Limited is a dynamic start-up company developing novel light emitting materials and devices to expand the colour gamut of displays.
The focus of PeroLED is to expand the colour gamut of displays. State-of-the-art displays, such as those in smartphones, tablets, watches, laptops, monitors and televisions are limited by their colourfulness. They can only render up to approximately 52% of colours visible to the human eye (as defined by the CIE 1931 (x, y) chromaticity diagram). The remaining colours are absent. This hinders the ability of displays to appear true to life and limits user experience.
To address this shortfall, new standards have been introduced by ITU-R Recommendation BT.2020 (commonly known as BT. 2020 or Rec. 2020). These standards require displays of the future to render at least 76% of colours visible to the human eye. PeroLED technology provides a unique solution to enable displays to exceed Rec. 2020 standards. Read more about PeroLED here.