US Pat. No. 9,252,167

ACTIVE DEVICE ARRAY SUBSTRATE

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. An active device array substrate comprising:
a flexible substrate having at least one transistor region and at least one transparent region adjacent to each other;
a gate electrode disposed on the transistor region of the flexible substrate;
a dielectric layer covering the gate electrode and the flexible substrate, a portion of the dielectric layer disposed on the
gate electrode and having a first thickness, another portion of the dielectric layer disposed on the transparent region of
the flexible substrate and having a second thickness, wherein the second thickness is less than the first thickness;

a channel layer, a source electrode, and a drain electrode disposed on the dielectric layer which is disposed on the transistor
region, the channel layer disposed above the gate electrode, the source electrode and the drain electrode disposed on opposite
sides of the channel layer and electrically connected to the channel layer; and

a pixel electrode disposed on the dielectric layer which is disposed on the transparent region, the pixel electrode electrically
connected to the drain electrode, wherein said pixel electrode does not directly contact said flexible substrate.

US Pat. No. 9,240,436

DISPLAY PANEL AND PIXEL ARRAY THEREOF

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A display panel having a pixel array, the pixel array of the display panel comprising a plurality of 2×6 sub-pixel matrixes,
each of the sub-pixel matrixes comprising four brightness sub-pixels, four first sub-pixels P11˜P14, and four second sub-pixels P21˜P24, in the sub-pixel matrixes:
a first column sequentially comprising the first sub-pixel P11 and the second sub-pixel P21;

a second column sequentially comprising the first brightness sub-pixel and the second brightness sub-pixel;
a third column sequentially comprising the second sub-pixel P22 and the first sub-pixel P12;

a fourth column sequentially comprising the first sub-pixel P13 and the second sub-pixel P23;

a fifth column sequentially comprising the third brightness sub-pixel and the fourth brightness sub-pixel; and
a sixth column sequentially comprising the second sub-pixel P24 and the first sub-pixel P14;

wherein all of the first sub-pixels and the second sub-pixels are disposed around the brightness sub-pixels, and the first
sub-pixels and the second sub-pixels are respectively disposed at two adjacent sides of the brightness sub-pixels.

US Pat. No. 9,307,655

DISPLAY APPARATUS AND CIRCUIT BOARD MODULE THEREOF

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A circuit board module, comprising:
a first circuit board having a supporting surface, the supporting surface having a normal direction, the first circuit board
comprising:

an electrically conductive structure disposed on the supporting surface, the electrically conductive structure having a first
maximal thickness T1 along the normal direction of the supporting surface;

a first bump disposed on the supporting surface, the first bump having a second maximal thickness T2 along the normal direction
of the supporting surface, the first bump having a top surface and a first groove, wherein the top surface is opposite to
the supporting surface, and the first groove is disposed on the top surface;

a second circuit board disposed on the electrically conductive structure and the first bump; and
an electrically conductive film disposed between the second circuit board and the electrically conductive structure, the electrically
conductive film having a plurality of electrically conductive particles, an average particle diameter D of the electrically
conductive particles satisfies: 0

US Pat. No. 9,256,338

BACKLIGHT MODULE WITH LOW ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE AND DISPLAY DEVICE USING THE SAME

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A backlight module, comprising:
a light guide plate having a light entrance edge and a side edge adjacent to each other; and
a light source module comprising:
a flexible circuit board strip having:
a light source section having a light source disposing plane and extending along the light entrance edge;
a connection section connected to one end of the light source section; and
a signal transmission section extending along the side edge of the light guide plate, wherein the signal transmission section
has a wiring disposing plane parallel to a plane of the side edge of the light guide plate, the wiring disposing plane is
the surface of the wider extent of the signal transmission section, one end of the signal transmission section is connected
to the connection section;

wherein the connection section includes a first fold and a second fold making a portion of the wiring disposing plane parallel
to the plane of the side edge of the light guide plate and the light source disposing plane are non-coplanar and include at
least one angle, before the first fold and the second fold are formed, the light source section and the signal transmission
section are disposed side by side, the light source disposing plane and the wiring disposing plane are coplanar, and the connection
section is transversely connected between the light source section and the signal transmission section; and

a plurality of light sources, disposed along an extending direction of the light source section on the light source disposing
plane, for emitting light towards the light entrance edge.

US Pat. No. 9,239,502

PIXEL STRUCTURE WITH DATA LINE, SCAN LINE AND GATE ELECTRODE FORMED ON THE SAME LAYER AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A pixel structure, comprising:
a substrate,
a scan line, disposed on the substrate;
a data line, disposed on the substrate, the scan line crossed to the data line, and the data line comprising a linear transmitting
part and a cross-line transmitting part connected to each other, wherein the cross-line transmitting part crosses over the
scan line;

a first insulating layer, covering the scan line and the linear transmitting part and located between the scan line and the
cross-line transmitting part;

an active device, connected to the scan line and the data line, wherein the active device comprises:
a gate electrode, connected to the scan line;
an oxide channel, located above the gate electrode, and the first insulating layer located between the gate electrode and
the oxide channel;

a source electrode, connected to the cross-line transmitting part of the data line; and
a drain electrode, the source electrode and the drain electrode located at two sides of the oxide channel;
a second insulating layer, comprising an etching blocking pattern located on the oxide channel and the gate electrode, and
an isolation pattern located on the linear transmitting part, wherein the etching blocking pattern is located within a boundary
of the gate electrode and not in direct contact with the first insulating layer, the isolation pattern is contacting the first
insulating layer, and the etching blocking pattern and the isolation pattern of the second insulating layer are not continuous
and do not directly contact each other;

a common electrode, disposed on the isolation pattern and located on the linear transmitting part, wherein the first insulating
layer and the second insulating layer are disposed between the common electrode and the linear transmitting part, and the
common electrode is electrically isolated from the data line; and

a first pixel electrode, connected to the drain electrode.

US Pat. No. 9,161,455

METHOD OF FABRICATING OF CIRCUIT BOARD

Taiwan TFT LCD Associatio...

1. A method of fabricating a circuit board, comprising:
forming a elastic bump material layer on a substrate;
patterning the elastic bump material layer to form a plurality of first elastic bumps and a plurality of second elastic bumps,
arranged in at least an array, wherein a first number of the plurality of second elastic bumps is not adjacent to the plurality
of first elastic bumps;

forming at least a conductive layer, covering the plurality of first and second elastic bumps and the substrate;
patterning the conductive layer to form a patterned circuit layer covering the first plurality of elastic bumps and a portion
of the substrate, wherein an entirety of the plurality of second elastic bumps and another portion of the substrate are not
covered by the patterned circuit layer; and

forming a protection layer, wherein the protection layer covers a portion of the patterned circuit layer, a second number
of the plurality of second elastic bumps entirely, a third number of the plurality of second elastic bumps partially and the
another portion of the substrate, and exposes the first number of the plurality of second elastic bumps.

US Pat. No. 9,173,335

COMPLEX CIRCUIT BOARD FABRICATION METHOD

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A complex circuit board fabrication method for combining a printed circuit board assembly (PCBA) with a flexible printed
circuit (FPC), comprising the steps of:
forming a first fixing portion on a connecting section of said printed circuit board assembly, a first connecting unit being
disposed on the connecting section;

forming a first fixing hole on a contacting section of said flexible printed circuit, said first fixing hole corresponding
to said first fixing portion, a second connecting unit being disposed on the contacting section;

inserting said first fixing portion of said printed circuit board assembly into said first fixing hole of said flexible printed
circuit, and the first connecting unit facing and contacting the second connecting unit;

bending said flexible printed circuit at said first fixing hole to form a first bend portion;
bending said flexible printed circuit from another side of the contacting section to form a second bend portion; and
electrically connecting said flexible printed circuit to said printed circuit board assembly by connecting the first connecting
unit and the second connecting unit.

US Pat. No. 9,276,045

DISPLAY PANEL

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A display panel having a plurality of first unit regions and a plurality of second unit regions, wherein the first unit
regions and the second unit regions are staggered to each other, and the display panel comprises:
a pixel array layer comprising a plurality of white organic light emitting units which generate a white light; and
a color filter layer, located on the pixel array layer, and the color filter layer comprising a plurality of red filter patterns,
a plurality of green filter patterns, a plurality of blue filter patterns, a plurality of first white filter patterns, and
a plurality of second white filter patterns disposed corresponding to the pixel array layer,

wherein a first white light CIE color coordinate of the white light which passes through the first white filter pattern is
different from a second white light CIE color coordinate of the white light which passes through the second white filter pattern,

each of the first unit regions has one red filter pattern, one green filter pattern, one blue filter pattern, and one first
white filter pattern disposed therein, and

each of the second unit regions has one red filter pattern, one green filter pattern, one blue filter pattern, and one second
white filter pattern disposed therein.

US Pat. No. 9,336,720

ORGANIC LIGHT-EMITTING DIODE DISPLAY PANEL

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. An organic light-emitting diode display panel, comprising:
a plurality of display units, each of the display units comprising:
an organic light-emitting element; and
a light-driving circuit configured to drive the organic light-emitting element in accordance with a light-emitting control
signal; and

a plurality of stages of shift register coupled in series, the stages of shift register being electrically coupled to the
display units and configured to provide the light-emitting control signal for each of the display units, wherein one of the
stages of the shift register comprises:

a shifter register circuit configured to generate a current stage shift signal in accordance with a previous stage shift signal
and a first clock signal; and

a control signal output circuit electrically coupled to the shift register circuit and a corresponding one of the display
units, the control signal output circuit being configured to output a current stage carry signal in accordance with a previous
stage carry signal and the first clock signal, and configured to output the light-emitting control signal in accordance with
the current stage shift signal and the previous stage carry signal,

wherein an enabling period of the light-emitting control signal is determined in accordance with the current stage shift signal
and the previous stage carry signal.

US Pat. No. 9,304,357

PHOTOALIGNMENT EQUIPMENT AND PHOTOALIGNMENT METHOD

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

7. A photoalignment equipment comprising:
an ultraviolet light source having a first wave band and a second wave band;
a platform under the ultraviolet light source;
an optical filter located between the ultraviolet light source and the platform, wherein a first accommodating space and a
second accommodating space are divided by the optical filter, the ultraviolet light source is disposed in the first accommodating
space, the platform is disposed in the second accommodating space, the first wave band does not pass through the optical filter,
while the second wave band passes through the optical filter; and

a pipe assembly communicated with the first and second accommodating spaces.

US Pat. No. 9,305,503

DISPLAY PANEL WITH PRE-CHARGING OPERATIONS, AND METHOD FOR DRIVING THE SAME

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A display panel, comprising:
a plurality of data lines comprising a first data line and a second data line adjacent to the first data line; and
a source driver coupled to the data lines, the source driver comprising:
a first latching circuit for sequentially sampling input data signals and successively generating a first former sample data
signal and a first latter sample data signal, wherein the first latching circuit outputs the first former sample data signal
when the first latter sample data signal is generated;

a second latching circuit for sequentially sampling the input data signals and successively generating a second former sample
data signal and a second latter sample data signal, wherein the second latching circuit outputs the second former sample data
signal when the second latter sample data signal is generated;

a transmission switch circuit coupled to the first data line and the second data line, wherein the transmission switch circuit
is activated in accordance with a polarity signal and a control signal, such that a first output data signal corresponding
to the first former sample data signal and a second output data signal corresponding to the second former sample data signal
are transmitted through the transmission switch circuit;

a switch control circuit coupled to the first latching circuit and the second latching circuit for comparing the most significant
bit (MSB) of the first former sample data signal with the MSB of the first latter sample data signal and comparing the MSB
of the second former sample data signal with the MSB of the second latter sample data signal, thereby generating a first switch
control signal and a second switch control signal;

a first pre-charge switch circuit coupled to the first data line and the switch control circuit, wherein the first pre-charge
switch circuit is activated in accordance with the first switch control signal, the polarity signal and the control signal
when the transmission switch circuit is deactivated, such that the first data line is pre-charged by one of a first pre-charge
voltage and a second pre-charge voltage through the first pre-charge switch circuit; and

a second pre-charge switch circuit coupled to the second data line and the switch control circuit, wherein the second pre-charge
switch circuit is activated in accordance with the second switch control signal, the polarity signal and the control signal
when the transmission switch circuit is deactivated, such that the second data line is pre-charged by the other of the first
pre-charge voltage and the second pre-charge voltage through the second pre-charge switch circuit.

US Pat. No. 9,274,638

TOUCH PANEL

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A touch panel, comprising:
a substrate having a touch detecting region and a peripheral region surrounding the touch detecting region;
a light-shielding layer disposed in the peripheral region of the substrate, the light-shielding layer having a patterned opening
and a sidewall adjacent to the patterned opening, the patterned opening being configured to provide a mark identifiable by
human eyes;

a patterned transparent layer disposed in the peripheral region of the substrate, wherein the patterned transparent layer
covers a portion of the patterned opening, and the patterned transparent layer has an inclined sidewall positioned in the
patterned opening;

a reflecting layer disposed in the peripheral region of the substrate, and covering the patterned transparent layer and the
patterned opening;

at least one first sensing series disposed in the touch detecting region of the substrate, the first sensing series extending
in a first direction and comprising a plurality of first touch sensing pads and a plurality of first bridging lines, wherein
each of the first bridging lines interconnects two adjacent first touch sensing pads in series; and

at least one second sensing series disposed in the touch detecting region of the substrate, the second sensing series extending
in a second direction different from the first direction, wherein the second sensing series comprises a plurality of second
touch sensing pads and a plurality of second bridging lines, and each of the second bridging lines interconnects two adjacent
second touch sensing pads in series.

US Pat. No. 9,262,961

PIXEL ARRANGEMENT OF COLOR DISPLAY APPARATUS

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A color display apparatus, comprising:
a plurality of pixels P(i, j) arranged in a matrix having M columns and N rows, wherein i=1, 2, . . . , M, j=1, 2 . . . ,
N, and M and N are positive integers, wherein the i-th column of the matrix defines a plurality of pixel pairs, each pixel
pair comprising two pixels P(i, j) and P(i, j+1), wherein if i is an odd integer, j is an odd integer, and if i is an even
integer, j is an even integer,

wherein each pixel pair has five subpixels, comprising a first subpixel configured to display a first color and symmetrically
positioned across the pixels P(i, j) and P(i, j+1), a pair of second subpixels configured to display a second color and symmetrically
positioned in the pixels P(i, j) and P(i, j+1), respectively, and a pair of third subpixels configured to display a third
color and symmetrically positioned in the pixels P(i, j) and P(i, j+1), respectively, wherein the first subpixel is positioned
between the pair of second subpixels; and

wherein, for each pixel pair:
the first subpixel has a first length along the column and a first width along the row;
each second subpixel has a second length along the column and a second width along the row, wherein the second length is shorter
than the first length; and

each third subpixel has a third length along the column and a third width along the row, wherein the third length is greater
than the second length.

US Pat. No. 9,275,592

PIXEL ARRAY

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A pixel array, comprising:
a first color pixel unit, a second color pixel unit and a third color pixel unit, wherein the first color pixel unit, the
second color pixel unit and the third color pixel unit respectively comprise:

a scan line and a data line;
at least one active device, electrically connected to the scan line and the data line;
a first pixel electrode, electrically connected to the active device; and
a second pixel electrode, electrically connected to the active device,
wherein a relationship of a voltage ratio (Va-2/Va-1) of the second pixel electrode and the first pixel electrode of the first color pixel unit, a voltage ratio (Vb-2/Vb-1) of the second pixel electrode and the first pixel electrode of the second color pixel unit, and a voltage ratio (Vc-2/Vc-1) of the second pixel electrode and the first pixel electrode of the third color pixel unit is as follows:

0<[(Vc-2/Vc-1)?(Va-2/Va-1)]/(Va-2/Va-1)?10%,

0<[(Vc-2/Vc-1)?(Vb-2/Vb-1)]/(Vb-2/Vb-1)?10%.

US Pat. No. 9,305,487

ORGANIC LIGHT EMITTING DIODE DISPLAY AND METHOD FOR DRIVING DISPLAY PANEL THEREOF

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. An organic light emitting diode display comprising:
an organic light emitting diode display panel comprising a plurality of pixels arranged in array, each pixel comprising a
plurality of sub-pixels, wherein each of the sub-pixels is merely used for displaying a single color; and

a driving device coupled to the organic light emitting diode display panel to drive each of the pixels in a manner that at
least one sub-pixel adjacent to the pixel and the pixel are driven for color mixing according to data signals of at least
one pixel within at most three rows,

wherein the driving device drives the at least one sub-pixel adjacent to the pixel and the pixel for color mixing in response
to determining that a luminance difference between the data signals of each of the pixels and the data signals of each of
the adjacent pixels is within a predetermined range.

US Pat. No. 9,244,305

LIQUID CRYSTAL PANEL AND LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A liquid crystal display, comprising:
a backlight unit comprising an exciting light source and a quantum dot fluorescent material, wherein an emission spectrum
of the backlight unit at a wavelength from 400 nm to 500 nm has a relative maximum peak BL1, an emission spectrum of the backlight
unit at a wavelength from 500 nm to 580 nm has a relative maximum peak BL2, and an emission spectrum of the backlight unit
at a wavelength from 580 nm to 780 nm has a relative maximum brightness peak BL3, wherein BL2/BL1>0.65, and BL2/BL3>1; and

a liquid crystal panel disposed above the backlight unit, the liquid crystal panel having a plurality of red pixel regions,
a plurality of green pixel regions and a plurality of blue pixel regions, wherein a cell gap in the red pixel regions of the
liquid crystal panel is bigger than a cell gap in the green pixel regions of the liquid crystal panel, and the cell gap in
the red pixel regions of the liquid crystal panel is bigger than a cell gap in the blue pixel regions of the liquid crystal
panel.

US Pat. No. 9,308,697

METHOD FOR FABRICATING FLEXIBLE DISPLAY MODULE

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A method for fabricating flexible display module, comprising:
providing a transparent carrier having a carrying-surface and a back-surface opposite to the carrying-surface;
forming a photosensitive-release-film on the carrying-surface, wherein the photosensitive-release-film is parylene;
providing a flexible substrate on the photosensitive-release-film, and conducting heat treatment on the photosensitive-release-film
prior to providing the flexible substrate so as to increase bonding force between the photosensitive-release-film and the
transparent carrier;

forming a pixel array on the flexible substrate;
during or after forming the pixel array, conducting irradiation on the photosensitive-release-film from the back-surface of
the transparent carrier to weaken bonding force between the photosensitive-release-film and the transparent carrier or simultaneously
weaken both the bonding force between the photosensitive-release-film and the transparent carrier and structural strength
of the photosensitive-release-film; and

removing the flexible substrate from the transparent carrier, wherein at least one portion of the photosensitive-release-film
is peeled off from the carrying-surface and remains on the flexible substrate.

US Pat. No. 9,300,950

ENTERTAINMENT DISPLAYING SYSTEM AND INTERACTIVE STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYING METHOD OF THE SAME

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. An entertainment displaying system for generating interactive displaying effects corresponding to a real object in view
of an observation area, comprising:
a tracking module located between the real object and the observation area, for tracking a relative position relationship
between the observation area and the real object;

a computing module for computing displaying parameters of at least one to stereoscopic virtual object according to the relative
position relationship; and

a stereoscopic displaying module disposed between the real object and the observation area, comprising:
a transparent displaying apparatus configured for displaying the at least one stereoscopic virtual object, wherein a displaying
plane of the transparent displaying apparatus has a transverse axis and a longitudinal axis, a normal line is defined by virtually
linking the observation area and its projection on the displaying plane of the transparent displaying apparatus, a linking
line is defined by virtually linking the observation area and the real object, the relative position relationship comprises
a first relative angle of the linking line deviated from the normal line toward the transverse axis, a second relative angle
of the linking line deviated from the normal line toward the longitudinal axis and a relative horizontal distance between
the observation area and the real object along the normal line, the computing module computes a stereoscopic virtual object
perspective of an object prototype according to the first relative angle and the second relative angle, and the computing
module computes a stereoscopic virtual object size of the object prototype according to the relative horizontal distance;
and

an optical-shielding structure disposed adjacent to the transparent displaying apparatus and located between the transparent
displaying apparatus and the real object, a shielding configuration of the optical-shielding structure is switched according
to a virtual depth-of-field order between the stereoscopic virtual object and the real object.

US Pat. No. 9,257,669

DISPLAY PANEL AND METHOD FOR FABRICATION THEREOF

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A display panel, comprising:
a substrate, comprising a display region and a non-display region;
a pixel array, located in the display region of the substrate;
a peripheral circuit, located in the non-display region; and
a protective layer, located in the display region and the non-display region and covering the peripheral circuit and the pixel
array, wherein the protective layer in the non-display region has a plurality of openings to expose the substrate, the aperture
of the openings is between 1 ?m and 1 mm, and the spacing between the openings is between 10 ?m and 1 cm.

US Pat. No. 9,240,399

ACTIVE DEVICE ARRAY SUBSTRATE AND REPAIRING METHOD THEREOF

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. An active device array substrate, comprising:
a substrate, having an active region, a first peripheral region, and a second peripheral region, wherein the active region
is located between the first peripheral region and the second peripheral region;

a first gate driving circuit, located at the first peripheral region;
a second gate driving circuit, located at the second peripheral region;
a plurality of active devices, arranged in an array at the active region;
a plurality of scan line structures, each of the scan line structures comprising:
a first scan line, connected to a first part of the active devices arranged in one row and having a first connecting end and
a first terminal end, the first connecting end extending toward the first gate driving circuit;

a second scan line, connected to a second part of the active devices in the row and having a second connecting end and a second
terminal end, the second connecting end extending toward the second gate driving circuit, wherein a gap is between the first
terminal end and the second terminal end; and

an auxiliary pattern, disposed on the gap and overlapping the first terminal end and the second terminal end; and
a plurality of data lines, respectively connected to the active devices.

US Pat. No. 9,311,864

DISPLAY DEVICE AND METHOD FOR UPDATING IMAGE FRAMES BASED ON IMAGE FRAME SWITCHING PERIOD THEREOF

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A method for updating image frames displayed on a display device, wherein the display device comprising a plurality of
charged particles for receiving and displaying a plurality of image data values, the charged particles at least comprising
a first type of particle and a second type of particle, the method comprising:
receiving a first image data value and displaying a first image frame according to the first image data value;
receiving a second image data value being different from the first image data value;
determining whether an image frame switching period between the first image frame and a second image frame is less than or
equal to a predetermined period after receiving the second image data value to decide an updating manner to the second image
frame, and the image frame switching period is a time interval between a start time of the first image frame and a start time
of the second image frame; and

displaying the second image frame being different from the first image frame according to the second image data value;
when the image frame switching period is less than or equal to the predetermined period, generating a first data pulse corresponding
to the second image data value for driving the display device such that the display device operates in a first updating mode;
and

when the image frame switching period is greater than the predetermined period, sequentially generating a reset pulse and
a second data pulse corresponding to the second image data value for driving the display device such that the display device
operates in a second updating mode.

US Pat. No. 9,250,484

ACTIVE DEVICE ARRAY SUBSTRATE

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. An active device array substrate comprising:
a substrate;
at least one scan line, disposed on or above the substrate;
at least one data line, disposed on or above the substrate;
at least one active device, electrically connecting to the scan line and the data line;
at least one first pixel electrode, disposed on the substrate and electrically connected to the active device, wherein the
first pixel electrode comprises:

at least one first truck electrode;
at least one second truck electrode, intersecting with the first truck electrode and connected to the active device to form
a first node at an intersection of the first truck electrode and the second truck electrode; and

a plurality of first branch electrodes, connected to the first truck electrode and the second truck electrode to define a
plurality of first domains, wherein a horizontal distance of at least one of the plurality of first branch electrodes protruding
from one side of the second truck electrode is larger than a horizontal distance of a corresponding one of the plurality of
the first branch electrodes protruding from another side of the second truck electrode; and

at least one first raised pattern, disposed at least between the first node and the substrate to form a first raised structure
at least at the first node.

US Pat. No. 9,299,528

METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING PCB

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A method for manufacturing a printed circuit board, comprising:
providing a basic board having an upper surface and a bottom surface opposite to the upper surface;
providing a plurality of the electronic components temporarily disposed on the basic board;
providing at least two locating pins temporarily disposed on the basic board, wherein the locating pins are disposed at two
opposite corners of the basic board where the electronic components aren't temporarily disposed at; and

simultaneously jointing the at least two locating pins and the electronic components on the basic board;
wherein the step of simultaneously jointing the at least two locating pins and the electronic components on the basic board
comprises:

soldering the at least two locating pins and the electronic components on the basic board by the way of roast or solder reflow.

US Pat. No. 9,240,160

DRIVING CIRCUIT AND DISPLAY DEVICE OF USING SAME

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A driving circuit for driving a display device having a display panel, comprising:
(a) a printed circuit board (PCB);
(b) a transmitter disposed on the PCB for providing an input signal comprising first and second Gamma reference voltages,
VHigh and VLow;

(c) first and second transmission lines disposed on the PCB and electrically coupled to the transmitter for transmitting the
input signal, wherein the first and second Gamma reference voltages are transmitted through the first and second transmission
lines, respectively; and

(d) a plurality of source drivers formed in a chip-on-film (COF) architecture between the PCB and the display panel, wherein
each source driver comprises:

first and second Hi-z components electrically coupled to the first and second transmission lines, respectively, for preventing
voltage drops of the input signal,

wherein the input signal further comprises control signals, and image data, and
wherein each source driver further comprises:
first and second low pass filters electrically coupled to the first and second Hi-z components, respectively, for removing
high frequency components of the input signal and outputting the first and second Gamma reference voltages;

a plurality of resistors electrically coupled in series between the first and second low pass filters, for generating a plurality
of Gamma voltages;

a receiver having first and second inputs electrically coupled to the first and second transmission lines, respectively, for
removing DC components of the input signal and outputting the image data and the control signals; and

core circuits electrically coupled to the plurality of resistors and the receiver for generating gray-scale voltages responsive
to the image data for driving corresponding data lines of the display panel.

US Pat. No. 9,075,241

LIQUID CRYSTAL LENS AND STEREO DISPLAY USING THE SAME

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

18. A liquid crystal lens, comprising:
a first substrate;
a second substrate disposed opposite to the first substrate;
a liquid crystal layer disposed between the first substrate and the second substrate;
a plurality of first main electrodes disposed on a surface of the first substrate adjacent to the liquid crystal layer, wherein
any two adjacent of the first main electrodes define a first gap therebetween;

a plurality of second main electrodes disposed on a surface of the second substrate adjacent to the liquid crystal layer,
wherein any two of the adjacent second main electrodes define a second gap therebetween, and a projection of each first main
electrode on the surface of the second substrate overlaps at least two adjacent second main electrodes to form overlapping
portions, and each of the overlapping portions has an overlapping width W, which meets the following conditions:

0 ?m
a plurality of first auxiliary electrodes respectively disposed in the first gaps, wherein the first auxiliary electrodes
and the first main electrodes are not contacted to each other, and the size of each first main electrode is greater than the
size of each first auxiliary electrode;

a plurality of second auxiliary electrodes respectively disposed in the second gaps, wherein the second auxiliary electrodes
and the second main electrodes are not contacted to each other, and the size of each second main electrode is greater than
the size of each second auxiliary electrode;

a first insulating layer disposed between the first substrate and the first auxiliary electrodes, wherein the first insulating
layer has a plurality of first auxiliary through holes formed therein, the first insulating layer is further disposed between
the first substrate and the first main electrodes, and the first insulating layer has a plurality of first main through holes
formed therein;

at least one first auxiliary wire disposed at one side of the first insulating layer opposite to the first auxiliary electrodes,
and electrically connected to the first auxiliary electrodes via the first auxiliary through holes;

a second insulating layer disposed between the second substrate and the second auxiliary electrodes, wherein the second insulating
layer has a plurality of second auxiliary through holes formed therein, the second insulating layer is further disposed between
the second substrate and the second main electrodes, and the second insulating layer has a plurality of second main through
holes formed therein;

at least one second auxiliary wire disposed at one side of the second insulating layer opposite to the second auxiliary electrodes,
and electrically connected to the second auxiliary electrodes via the second auxiliary through holes;

at least one first main wire disposed at one side of the first insulating layer opposite to the first main electrodes and
the first auxiliary electrodes, and electrically connected to the first main electrodes via the first main through holes;

at least one second main wire disposed at one side of the second insulating layer opposite to the second main electrodes and
the second auxiliary electrodes, and electrically connected to the second main electrodes via the second main through holes;

a first main voltage source for making the first main electrodes have a first main voltage through the first main wire;
a second main voltage source for making the second main electrodes have a second main voltage through the second main wire,
wherein a first voltage difference exists between the first main voltage and the second main voltage;

a first auxiliary voltage source for making the first auxiliary electrodes have a first auxiliary voltage through the first
auxiliary wire, wherein a second voltage difference exists between the second main voltage and the first auxiliary voltage;
and

a second auxiliary voltage source for making the second auxiliary electrodes have a second auxiliary voltage through the second
auxiliary wire, wherein a third voltage difference exists between the first main voltage and the second auxiliary voltage,
and the first voltage difference is greater than the second voltage difference and the third voltage difference, and the first
voltage difference is about 0 V to ±30 V, the second voltage difference is about 0 V to ±20 V, and the third voltage difference
is about 0 V to ±20 V.

US Pat. No. 9,310,653

DISPLAY PANEL

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A display panel, comprising a first substrate, a plurality of pixel structures located on the first substrate, a second
substrate and a display medium located between the first substrate and the second substrate, wherein each of the pixel structures
comprises:
a scan line and a data line;
an active device, electrically connected to the scan line and the data line;
a pixel electrode, electrically connected to the active device;
a common electrode, electrically insulated from the pixel electrode;
an insulating layer, located between the pixel electrode and the common electrode; and
a counter electrode, electrically insulated from the pixel electrode and the common electrode, wherein the counter electrode
is disposed symmetrically around the pixel electrode, and an absolute value of voltage of the counter electrode is greater
than an absolute value of voltage of the pixel electrode.

US Pat. No. 9,252,702

FRAME FOR SOLAR MODULE AND SOLAR SYSTEM USING THE SAME

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A bracket for supporting at least one solar module which includes a frame, the bracket comprising:
a fastener comprising a top portion and a plurality of extended portions connected vertically to both sides of the top portion,
the top portion having a concave segment at its central position;

a holder comprising a supporting portion for holding the frame, the holder having a plurality of first through holes, wherein
the extended portions are adopted for respectively passing through a plurality of second through holes of the frame and the
first through holes of the holder for sandwiching the frame between the fastener and the holder; and

a fixing element for fixing the fastener on the holder.

US Pat. No. 9,311,878

DISPLAY PANEL AND SCANNING CIRCUIT

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A scan circuit comprising a plurality of shift registers electrically connected in series to each other, each of the shift
registers comprising:
a driving unit configured to receive a start signal and a driving clock signal, and provide a scan signal to an output end
according to the start signal and the driving clock signal;

a control unit electrically connected to the driving unit through a driving node, wherein the control unit is configured to
provide a second voltage to the output end according to a first voltage on a control node, and to provide the second voltage
to the driving node according to the first voltage on the control node; and

an operating unit electrically connected to the control unit through the control node, wherein the operating unit is configured
to operatively provide the first voltage to the control node according to an operating clock signal in each cycle period of
the operating clock signal after the scan signal is outputted;

wherein the operating unit comprises a first operating switch and a second operating switch, and in one state, both of the
first operating switch and the second operating switch are switched on according to the operating clock signal to conduct
the first voltage to the control node.

US Pat. No. 9,250,377

LIGHT GUIDE PLATE AND BACKLIGHT MODULE AND DISPLAY MODULE USING THE SAME

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A light guide plate, comprising:
a plate body having a light-exiting face and a lateral side;
a supporting unit disposed along the lateral side;
wherein the supporting unit has a top surface, a bottom surface opposite to the top surface, an outer side surface and an
inner side surface opposite to the outer side surface, the top surface is above the light-exiting face, the outer side surface
protrudes from an end surface of the lateral side and exposes a portion of the end surface away from the light-exiting face
to form a recess opposite to a side of the plate body having the light-exiting face;

wherein the bottom surface and the exposed portion of the end surface connect at a first boundary, the inner side surface
and the light-exiting face connect at a second boundary, a virtual plane defined by the first boundary and the second boundary
forms an included angle, the included angle equal to or less than 60 degrees with the light-exiting face.

US Pat. No. 9,250,380

BACKLIGHT MODULE REFLECTIVE PLATE HAVING REFLECTIVE UNITS ARRANGED ALONG A CURVE

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A backlight module, comprising:
a light guide plate;
at least one light source configured for emitting light toward the light guide plate; and
a reflective plate, the reflective plate having a plurality of reflective units arranging along a curved direction, each of
the reflective units comprising:

a body having a main surface facing the light guide plate; and
a plurality of microstructures disposed on the main surface of the body, each of the microstructures having a reflective surface,
a first angle included between the reflective surface of each of the microstructures and the main surface of the body,

wherein the first angles of the microstructures in one reflective unit are different from the first angles of the microstructures
in an adjacent reflective unit.

US Pat. No. 9,235,103

3D LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY COMPRISING FOUR ELECTRODES ALTERNATELY ARRANGE BETWEEN A FIRST AND SECOND SUBSTRATE

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A liquid crystal lens, comprising:
a first substrate and a second substrate spaced apart from each other;
a liquid crystal layer disposed between the first substrate and the second substrate;
a plurality of first electrode structures, each first electrode structure comprising a plurality of first electrodes, a plurality
of second electrodes, a plurality of third electrodes and a plurality of fourth electrodes, wherein the plurality of first
electrodes and the plurality of second electrodes are disposed between the first substrate and the liquid crystal layer and
spaced-apart and alternately arranged along a first transversal direction, and wherein the plurality of third electrodes and
the plurality of fourth electrodes are disposed between the second substrate and the liquid crystal layer and spaced-apart
and alternately arranged along the first transversal direction such that each of the first electrodes and the second electrodes
and a corresponding one of the third electrodes and the fourth electrodes of each first electrode structure are aligned at
a left tilted angle; and

a plurality of second electrode structures, each second electrode structure comprising a plurality of first electrodes, a
plurality of second electrodes, a plurality of third electrodes and a plurality of fourth electrodes, wherein the plurality
of first electrodes and the plurality of second electrodes are disposed between the first substrate and the liquid crystal
layer and spaced-apart and alternately arranged along the first transversal direction, and wherein the plurality of third
electrodes and the plurality of fourth electrodes are disposed between the second substrate and the liquid crystal layer and
spaced-apart and alternately arranged along the first transversal direction such that each of the first electrodes and the
second electrodes and a corresponding one of the third electrodes and the fourth electrodes of each second electrode structure
are aligned at a right tilted angle,

wherein the plurality of first electrode structures and the plurality of second electrode structures are alternately arranged
along a second transversal direction that is different from the first transversal direction, wherein each of the first and
second transversal directions is parallel to the first and second substrates.

US Pat. No. 9,313,478

STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY PANEL, DISPLAY PANEL AND DRIVING METHOD THEREOF

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A display panel, comprising:
an opposite substrate;
a display medium; and
a pixel array substrate, wherein the display medium is disposed between the opposite substrate and the pixel array substrate,
the pixel array substrate comprises a pixel array disposed on a substrate, the pixel array at least comprises a first scan
line, a second scan line, a third scan line, a first data line, a first pixel electrode, a second pixel electrode, a third
pixel electrode, a fourth pixel electrode, a first active device, a second active device, a third active device, a fourth
active device and a plurality of fifth active devices, the first data line is electrically connected to the first pixel electrode
disposed at left side of the first data line through the first active device and electrically connected to the third pixel
electrode disposed at the left side of the first data line through the third active device, the first data line is also electrically
connected to the second pixel electrode at right side of the first data line through the second active device and electrically
connected to the fourth pixel electrode disposed at the right side of the first data line through the fourth active device,
the first scan line is electrically connected to the first active device and the third active device, the second scan line
is electrically connected to the second active device and fourth active device, the third scan line is electrically connected
to the third pixel electrode and the fourth pixel electrode disposed at the same side of the third scan line through the fifth
active devices, and the first scan line and the second scan line are disposed at the same side of the first active, the second
active device, the third active device and the fifth active device.

US Pat. No. 9,274,381

FABRICATION METHOD OF A LIQUID CRYSTAL PANEL

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A fabrication method of a liquid crystal panel, comprising:
heating a first substrate and a blue phase liquid crystal material to a first fabrication temperature and simultaneously performing
a one drop filling process to drop the heated blue phase liquid crystal material on the heated first substrate, wherein the
first fabrication temperature is not lower than a blue phase point of the blue phase liquid crystal material and is smaller
than about 70° C. such that the compositions contained in the blue phase liquid crystal material are maintained in a blue
phase state during the one drop filling process;

assembling the first substrate with a second substrate through a sealant under a second fabrication temperature, so that the
liquid crystal material is sandwiched between the first substrate and the second substrate and located in a region surrounded
by the sealant, wherein the second fabrication temperature is about 25° C. to about 70° C.; and

solidifying the sealant.

US Pat. No. 9,603,267

BRACKET AND FRAME BODY HAVING THE SAME

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A frame body having an accommodating space and comprising:
a bottom plate;
a connection portion standing erect on the bottom plate; and
a bracket comprising:
a first sidewall having a first end connected to the connection portion, and having a first surface facing away from the accommodating
space, wherein the accommodating space is defined by the bottom plate, the connection portion, and the first sidewall;

a second sidewall adjacent to a side of the first sidewall that faces away from the accommodating space, and having a second
surface facing the first surface of the first sidewall;

a bending portion connected to a second end of the first sidewall that is distal to the connection portion and the second
sidewall;

a positioning board connected to an end of the second sidewall that is distal to the bending portion, wherein the positioning
board is parallel to the bottom plate; and

a connection layer adhering the first surface of the first sidewall and the second surface of the second sidewall, wherein
the first sidewall is present between the accommodating space and the connection layer.

US Pat. No. 9,269,320

GATE DRIVER AND LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY USING THE SAME

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A gate driver, comprising:
a scan signal generating unit having a plurality of output channels, used for sequentially outputting a scan signal through
the output channels according to a basic clock and a start pulse; and

a compensation unit coupled to the output channels, used for compensating a total resistance of each of the outputting channels,
and sequentially receiving and transmitting the scan signal to a display panel,

wherein the compensation unit comprises:
a plurality of compensation circuits respectively corresponding to the output channels, each of the compensation circuits
comprising:

a buffer having an input terminal used for receiving the corresponding scan signal;
a first resistor having a first terminal coupled to an output terminal of the buffer;
a second resistor having a first terminal coupled to a second terminal of the first resistor;
a third resistor having a first terminal coupled to a second terminal of the second resistor, and a second terminal coupled
to the display panel;

a first switch having a first terminal coupled to the first terminal of the first resistor, a second terminal coupled to the
second terminal of the first resistor, and a control terminal used for receiving a first external configuration signal;

a second switch having a first terminal coupled to the first terminal of the first resistor, a second terminal coupled to
the second terminal of the second resistor, and a control terminal used for receiving a second external configuration signal;
and

a third switch having a first terminal coupled to the first terminal of the first resistor, a second terminal coupled to the
second terminal of the third resistor, and a control terminal used for receiving a third external configuration signal.

US Pat. No. 9,312,423

PHOTO DETECTOR HAVING SENSOR ELEMENT ARRAY AND PHOTO CONVERSION ELEMENT, AND METHOD FOR FABRICATING THE SAME

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A photo detector, comprising:
a first substrate, having a sensor element array for receiving light with a spectrum in a specific wavelength range;
a photo conversion element, disposed on the sensor element array, wherein the photo conversion element comprises a photo conversion
material layer and a doped photo conversion material column structure layer, a luminescent spectrum of the doped photo conversion
material column structure layer is overlapped with the spectrum in the specific wavelength range, and a luminescent spectrum
of the photo conversion material layer is non-overlapped with the spectrum in the specific wavelength range; and

a second substrate disposed opposite to the first substrate, wherein the photo conversion element is disposed on the second
substrate, a reflective layer is further disposed between the second substrate and the photo conversion element, and the photo
conversion material layer is located between the reflective layer and the doped photo conversion material column structure
layer.

US Pat. No. 9,299,722

DISPLAY PANEL AND ACTIVE DEVICE THEREOF

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A display panel, comprising:
a pixel array; and
a driving circuit, electrically connected to the pixel array, wherein the driving circuit comprises at least one active device
and the active device comprises:

a gate;
a semiconductor layer, disposed over the gate;
a first source, disposed on the semiconductor layer and comprising a first side and a second side opposite to each other,
wherein the first side has a plurality of first recesses, the second side has a plurality of second recesses, each of the
first recesses and a corresponding second recess are disposed opposite to each other to constitute a recess-pair, the first
source has N recess-pairs, a minimum distance between the first recess and the second recess of the 1st recess-pair is A1, a minimum distance between the first recess and the second recess of the Nth recess-pair is An, a minimum distance between two neighboring recess-pairs is B, wherein A1-An are greater than B, and the
minimum distances A1-An are different from each other; and

a plurality of first drains, disposed on the semiconductor layer, wherein the first drains are electrically connected to each
other, and each of the first drains is respectively disposed in one of the recesses of the first source.

US Pat. No. 9,271,407

DISPLAY MODULE

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A display module, comprising:
a back plate having a base plate and a side plate formed on the periphery of the base plate;
a frame having a supporting part disposed near the side plate, wherein the supporting part has a supporting surface, one side
of the supporting part near the side plate has a third incline inclines toward the side plate, and the third incline and an
inner face of the side plate form a groove;

a display panel disposed on an inner side of the side plate, wherein the display panel has a bottom face and a side face,
the bottom face is supported by the supporting surface of the supporting part, and the side face faces the side plate and
forms a gap with the side plate; and

a glue filled in the gap, wherein the glue adheres the side plate to the side face.

US Pat. No. 9,298,307

DISPLAY APPARATUS WITH TOUCH CONTROL FUNCTION AND OPERATION METHOD THEREOF

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A touch display apparatus, comprising:
a panel module comprising a plurality of pixel units, a plurality of common electrode lines and a plurality of touch receiving
lines, the common electrode lines being disposed perpendicular to the touch receiving lines;

a display driving circuit coupled to the panel module and configured for driving the pixel units;
a control circuit coupled to the display driving circuit and the common electrode lines, the control circuit being configured
for driving the common electrode lines; and

a touch sensing circuit coupled to the control circuit and the touch receiving lines;
wherein the display driving circuit generates a driving synchronous pulse corresponding to a pixel driving period of each
of the pixel units, the control circuit receives the driving synchronous pulse and accordingly the control circuit is synchronized
with the touch sensing circuit, and after the synchronization the control circuit selectively and sequentially transmits a
touch transmission signal to the common electrode lines according to a touch control signal fed back from the touch sensing
circuit,

wherein the control circuit receives and analyzes the driving synchronous pulse to generate at least one pulse synchronous
signal and transmits the pulse synchronous signal to the touch sensing circuit, and the touch sensing circuit is synchronized
with the control circuit and the display driving circuit based on the at least one pulse synchronous signal and feeds back
the touch control signal to the control circuit.

US Pat. No. 9,261,704

STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY AND STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY DEVICE

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A stereoscopic display, comprising:
a display panel including a plurality of left eye image pixels and a plurality of right eye image pixels, wherein the left
eye image pixels and the right eye image pixels are in an alternate and contiguous arrangement; and

a barrier panel, located at one side of the display panel, wherein the barrier panel comprises:
a first substrate;
a first patterned electrode layer, located on the first substrate and including M electrode sets, wherein each of the electrode
sets includes N first electrodes, each of the first electrodes has a first line-width, a gap between the adjacent first electrodes
is a first spacing, a first pitch is a sum of the first line-width and the first spacing, and M and N are positive integers;

a second substrate, disposed opposite to the first substrate;
a second patterned electrode layer, disposed on the second substrate and comprising a plurality of second electrodes, each
of the second electrodes having the first line-width, wherein the gap between the adjacent second electrodes is the first
spacing, the first electrodes and the second electrodes are staggered to each other, and a shift on a horizontal direction
of the second electrodes relative to the first electrodes is half of the first pitch; and

a liquid crystal layer including a plurality of liquid crystal particles, disposed between the first patterned electrode layer
and the second patterned electrode layer, wherein a first group of the first electrodes is applied with a first electric potential
while a second group of the first electrodes is applied with a common electric potential which is higher or lower than the
first electric potential so that the liquid crystal particles corresponding to the first group of the first electrodes form
shaded areas and that corresponding to the second group of the first electrodes form transparent areas, and wherein the transparent
areas and the shaded areas are in an alternate and contiguous arrangement, and wherein each one of the shaded areas is overlapped
with two neighboring left eye and right eye image pixels, and each one of the shaded areas is completely overlapped with two
adjacent first electrodes and one of the second electrodes, and is further partially overlapped with two of the second electrodes
which are adjacent to the one of the second electrodes.

US Pat. No. 9,278,512

METHOD OF BONDING AND DEBONDING SUBSTRATE

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A substrate bonding and debonding method, comprising:
providing a substrate having a peel-off region and a peripheral region surrounding the peel-off region;
forming a first silicone glue layer on the peel-off region of the substrate and forming a second silicone glue layer on the
peripheral region of the substrate, wherein each of the first silicone glue layer and the second silicone glue layer includes
an identical silicone main agent and an identical silicone curing agent, the volume ratio of the silicone main agent to the
silicone curing agent of the first silicone glue layer is about 12:1 to about 15:1, and the volume ratio of the silicone main
agent to the silicone curing agent of the second silicone glue layer is about 1:1 to about 5:1;

adhering an opposite substrate to the first silicone glue layer and the second silicone glue layer;
curing the first silicone glue layer and the second silicone glue layer to bond the substrate to the opposite substrate; and
separating a portion of the substrate from the opposite substrate.

US Pat. No. 9,274,626

DISPLAY APPARATUS

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A display apparatus comprising:
a panel module;
an assembly member engaged with a sidewall of the panel module, wherein a top surface of said assembly module is coplanar
to a top surface of said panel module and a side surface of said assembly module is directly in contact with a side surface
of said panel module;

a glue layer disposed on the panel module, wherein at least one portion of the glue layer is disposed on the assembly member;
and

a touch module disposed on the glue layer;
wherein the top surface of said panel module and the top surface of said assembly member are adhered to a first side of the
glue layer, the touch module comprises a touch-sensing layer, and the touch-sensing layer is adhered to a second side of the
glue layer opposite to the first side, and wherein the assembly member comprises an adhering portion located between the touch
module and the panel module, the adhering portion comprises at least one recess, an image of the outermost edge of the touch
sensing layer projected in a direction normal to the touch sensing layer onto the adhering portion falls on an edge of or
within the recess, the top surface of said assembly member comprises two top-facing portions on either side of the recess,
and the top-facing portions are coplanar.

US Pat. No. 9,245,483

BACKLIGHT MODULE AND DISPLAY APPARATUS

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A backlight module, comprising:
a light guide plate, having a first region and a second region, wherein the first region and the second region of the light
guide plate have a light incident surface respectively, and a boundary between the first region and the second region;

a first light source set, having a plurality of first middle light sources and at least one first edge light source, wherein
the plurality of the first middle light sources are disposed corresponding to the first region of the light guide plate, and
the first edge light source is disposed corresponding to the second region of the light guide plate and is disposed adjacent
to an edge of the first region of the light guide plate;

a second light source set, having a plurality of second middle light sources and at least one second edge light source, wherein
the plurality of the second middle light sources are disposed corresponding to the second region of the light guide plate,
and the second edge light source is disposed corresponding to the first region of the light guide plate, the second edge light
source is disposed adjacent to the plurality of the first middle light sources and is disposed adjacent to an edge of the
second region of the light guide plate, the first edge light source is disposed adjacent to the plurality of the second middle
light sources, wherein the first region is adjacent to the second region and do not overlap with the second region;

a first controlling circuit, electrically connected to the plurality of the first middle light sources of the first light
source set, and

a second controlling circuit, electrically connected to the plurality of the second middle light sources of the second light
source set,

wherein the first controlling circuit controls the first middle light source and the first edge light source of the first
light source set to light up or not simultaneously, and the second controlling circuit controls the second middle light source
and the second edge light source of the second light source set to light up or not simultaneously.

US Pat. No. 9,257,076

PIXEL DRIVING METHOD AND LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY IMPLEMENTING THE SAME

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

7. A pixel array for a liquid crystal display apparatus, electrically coupled to a plurality of gate lines and a plurality
of data lines, wherein the pixel array is disposed close to a liquid crystal layer, the pixel array comprising:
a plurality of pixels, each of the pixels comprising:
a first sub-pixel configured for displaying a blue color, comprising:
a first display electrode coupled to the liquid crystal layer;
a second display electrode coupled to the liquid crystal layer and a first capacitor, wherein when an N-th gate line is enabled,
a first voltage and a second voltage are provided to the first display electrode and the second display electrode of the first
sub-pixel, respectively, according to a first data voltage received by a corresponding data line; and

a first switch unit coupled to the liquid crystal layer and the second display electrode, wherein when an (N+1)th gate line
is enabled, a plurality of charges of the second display electrode of the first sub-pixel are shared; and

a second sub-pixel, configured for displaying a red or green color, comprising:
a first display electrode coupled to the liquid crystal layer;
a second display electrode coupled to the liquid crystal layer and a second capacitor, wherein when the Nth gate line is enabled,
another first voltage and a third voltage are provided to the first display electrode and the second display electrode of
the second sub-pixel respectively according to a second data voltage received by the corresponding data line; and

a second switch unit coupled to a third capacitor and the second display electrode, wherein when the (N+1)th gate line is
enabled, the charges of the second display electrode of the second sub-pixel are shared;

wherein when the first voltage is smaller than a predetermined voltage, the second voltage is equal to the third voltage,
and when the first voltage is larger than or equal to the predetermined voltage, the first switch unit is conducted and the
second voltage is provided so that the second voltage is smaller than the third voltage,

wherein a relation between the second voltage and the third voltage conforms to:
0.017<(Dm=M2?M1)<0.069,

where M2 represents a variation of a ratio value of the third voltage to the first voltage when the first voltage has a corresponding
variation, and M1 represents a variation of the ratio value of the second voltage provided to the first sub-pixel to the first voltage when
the first voltage has the corresponding variation.

US Pat. No. 9,240,555

ORGANIC LUMINESCENT MATERIAL AND ORGANIC ELECTROLUMINESCENT APPARATUS

Au Optronics Corporation,...

5. An organic electroluminescent apparatus, comprising:
a first electrode layer;
a second electrode layer; and
an organic luminescent layer, located between the first electrode layer and the second electrode layer, wherein the organic
luminescent layer comprises a host luminescent material and a guest luminescent material, and the host luminescent material
comprises a compound represented by formula (1):


wherein n is 0˜8;
R2 and R3 respectively represent H, CF3, CN, CH3 or C5H11; and

R1 is one of substituents shown as follows:


US Pat. No. 9,263,509

PIXEL STRUCTURE HAVING LIGHT EMITTING DEVICE ABOVE AUXILIARY ELECTRODE

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A pixel structure, comprising:
a data line and a scan line;
at least one active device electrically connected with the data line and the scan line, and each active device comprising
a gate, a channel layer, a source, and a drain;

a first auxiliary electrode electrically insulated from the active device; and
a light emitting device disposed above the first auxiliary electrode, wherein the light emitting device comprises:
a first electrode layer electrically connected with the first auxiliary electrode;
a light emitting layer disposed on the first electrode layer; and
a second electrode layer disposed on the light emitting layer, wherein the second electrode layer is electrically connected
with the active device.

US Pat. No. 9,084,331

ACTIVE MATRIX ORGANIC LIGHT EMITTING DIODE CIRCUIT AND OPERATING METHOD OF THE SAME

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

7. An active matrix organic light emitting diode circuit, comprising:
an organic light emitting diode;
a switching circuit connected to the organic light emitting diode;
a compensating circuit connected to the switching circuit, wherein the compensating circuit comprises a first capacitor;
a driving circuit connected to the switching circuit and the compensating circuit, wherein the driving circuit is configured
to be driven by the compensating circuit so as to provide the organic light emitting diode with a driving current; and

a reset circuit connected to both ends of the first capacitor and to a control line, wherein the reset circuit comprises a
second capacitor, wherein a first end of the second capacitor is connected to the first end of the first capacitor and a second
end of the second capacitor is connected to the control line, wherein the reset circuit is configured to change the voltage
levels on both ends of the first capacitor according to the voltage level on the control line, such that one end of the first
capacitor and a reference power supply are conducted, and the charges stored inside the first capacitor are released.

US Pat. No. 9,293,095

METHOD AND SOURCE DRIVER FOR DRIVING LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A method for driving a display panel to display an image data in an adaptive column inversion, wherein the display panel
comprises a plurality of pixels spatially arranged in a matrix form and a plurality of data lines, each data line being associated
with pixels of a corresponding pixel column, comprising steps of:
(a) inputting an image data to be displayed, wherein the image data is decomposed into a number of frames, and wherein each
frame of the image data is mapped onto a pixel matrix with grey levels such that a grey level associated with a pixel is corresponding
to a shade of grey of the frame to be displayed at the pixel;

(b) determining N most-significant bits (MSBs) of image data signals mapped onto two neighboring data lines, N being a positive
integer;

(c) selecting a frame polarity control signal, FramePOL, when all of the N MSBs of the image data signals mapped onto the
two neighboring data lines is equal to 1or 0, or a pixel polarity control signal, XPOL, when the N MSBs comprise 1and 0, as
a polarity control signal, POL; and

(d) driving pixels of the pixel matrix with a column inversion when the frame polarity control signal FramePOL is selected
and another pixels of the pixel matrix with one of a dot inversion and a 2-line inversion when the pixel polarity control
signal XPOL is selected, so as to display each frame of the image data,

wherein the determining step is performed with a data processing unit having a logic circuit comprising a plurality of EX-NOR
gates and an AND gate coupled to the plurality of EX-NOR gates adapted such that when all of the N MSBs is equal to 1 or 0,
an output of the logic circuit is 1, otherwise, the output of the logic circuit is 0.

US Pat. No. 9,307,182

DISPLAY DEVICE WITH FORCE DISPERSAL STRUCTURE

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A display device, comprising:
a housing having a top plate and a bottom plate, wherein the top plate has a top plate inner surface and the bottom plate
has a bottom plate inner surface facing the top plate inner surface;

a display module disposed on the bottom plate and partially covered by the top plate, the display module including:
a body having corresponding a top surface and a back surface, wherein the back surface faces the bottom plate inner surface,
and the body has an outer frame; and

a ledge extending out from an end of the outer frame of the body and positioned between the top plate and the bottom plate;
and

a force dispersal member disposed on the ledge and having a top end and a bottom end, the top end facing the top plate inner
surface and the bottom end facing the bottom plate inner surface;

wherein a vertical distance between the bottom end and the bottom plate inner surface is not greater than the vertical distance
between the back surface and the bottom plate inner surface.

US Pat. No. 9,223,180

FRINGE FIELD SWITCHING MODE LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY PANEL

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A fringe-field switching (FFS) mode liquid crystal display (LCD) panel, comprising:
a first substrate, a second substrate, and a liquid crystal layer disposed between the first substrate and the second substrate;
at least one scan line disposed on the first substrate;
at least one data line disposed on the first substrate, and crossing the scan line to define at least one pixel area;
at least one switch disposed in the pixel area and electrically connected to the scan line, the data line, and at least one
pixel electrode, respectively, wherein the pixel electrode is disposed in the pixel area; and

at least one common electrode disposed on the pixel area of the first substrate, and being separated from the pixel electrode
by a insulating layer, wherein the common electrode at least comprises a plurality of first common electrodes and at least
one second common electrode, the second common electrode is disposed above the data line and covering the data line, and the
first common electrodes are disposed in the pixel area where there is a space between every two adjacent first common electrodes,
wherein the projection distance on the first substrate between the edge of the pixel electrode of the pixel area and the edge
of the first common electrode, which is nearest to the second common electrode, is d1, the projection distance on the first
substrate between the edge of the second common electrode and the edge of the pixel electrode of the pixel area is d2, wherein
sum of (d1+d2) ranges from about 5 um to about 7 ?m, and d1 is greater than d2.

US Pat. No. 9,245,475

DISPLAY PANEL AND DEMULTIPLEXER CIRCUIT THEREOF

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A demultiplexer circuit, adapted to transmit a data voltage provided by a source driver to a first to a Pth data lines
of a display panel, the demultiplexer circuit comprising:
a first to a Pth switch units, respectively electrically coupled to the first to the Pth data lines of the display panel and
configured to collectively receive the data voltage, wherein the first to the Pth switch units are turned on in sequence to
provide the data voltage to the corresponding data lines, and a period of the data voltage being provided to the first to
the Pth data lines in sequence is defined as a data transmission period,

wherein, each of the switch units comprises a first to a Nth transistors, the N transistors are connected with one another
in series and configured to receive a plurality of control signals, wherein when the switch units are turned on, the N transistors
are further configured to be turned on according to the control signals to transmit the data voltage to the corresponding
data lines, and when the switch units are turned off, at least one of the N transistors is further configured to be turned
off according to the corresponding control signal, wherein N is equal to P?1, and P is an integer greater than 2, and

in the data transmission period, a time length of each of the control signals having a first voltage is greater than or equal
to a time length of each of the control signals having a second voltage, and the first voltage is greater than the second
voltage.

US Pat. No. 9,286,857

DISPLAY APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR TRANSFORMING COLOR THEREOF

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A display apparatus, comprising:
a display panel, having a red sub-pixel, a blue sub-pixel, a green sub-pixel and a white sub-pixel;
a driving circuit, electrically connected with the display panel and receiving a red data, a blue data, a green data and a
white data to drive the red sub-pixel, the blue sub-pixel, the green sub-pixel and the white sub-pixel; and

a data processing unit, receiving a red original data, a blue original data and a green original data to produce a red reference
data, a blue reference data, a green reference data and a white reference data, outputting the red reference data, the green
reference data and the white reference data to serve as the red data, the green data and the white data and regulating the
blue reference data according to a blue component brightness corresponding to the white reference data to provide the blue
data.

US Pat. No. 9,128,506

POWER TRACKING DEVICE AND POWER TRACKING METHOD

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A power tracking device, comprising:
a power voltage setting circuit comprising an output circuit, wherein the output circuit is configured for outputting an output
voltage of a power source, and the output circuit comprises an output switch;

a switch, wherein a first terminal of the switch is connected to a power source, a second terminal of the switch is connected
to the output switch of the power voltage setting circuit, and the switch is configured to switch on to conduct the power
source to the output switch;

a switching signal circuit for sending a first control signal to the switch; and
a voltage memory circuit, wherein when the switch receives the first control signal and electrically isolates the power source
and the power voltage setting circuit, the voltage memory circuit stores an open circuit voltage of the power source and sends
a setting voltage relative to the open circuit voltage, and when the switch receives the first control signal and electrically
connects the power source and the power voltage setting circuit, the power voltage setting circuit sets the output voltage
of the power source to correspond with the setting voltage.

US Pat. No. 9,269,751

DISPLAY PANEL

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A display panel, comprising:
a substrate, comprising a plurality of unit regions, wherein the unit regions are arranged along a first direction and a second
direction; and

a plurality of first sub-pixels, a plurality of second sub-pixels, a plurality of third sub-pixels and a plurality of fourth
sub-pixels, disposed on the substrate, wherein each of the unit regions is configured with one first sub-pixel, one second
sub-pixel, one third sub-pixel and one fourth sub-pixel, and each of the first sub-pixels, each of the second sub-pixels,
each of the third sub-pixels and each of the fourth sub-pixels respectively comprise:

a first electrode layer;
a light-emitting layer, disposed on the first electrode layer; and
a second electrode layer, disposed on the light-emitting layer,
wherein the light-emitting layer of each of the first sub-pixels and the light-emitting layer of each of the second sub-pixels
comprise a same light-emitting material, wherein the light-emitting material is capable of emitting a first color light and
a second color light, and a difference between a main peak of the first color light and a main peak of the second color light
is within 50 nm in a wavelength range, wherein the first electrode layer comprises a reflective conductor layer and a transparent
conductive layer disposed on the reflective conductor layer, and a thickness difference between the transparent conductive
layer of each of the first sub-pixels and the transparent conductive layer of each of the second sub-pixels ranges from 20
nm to 50 nm.

US Pat. No. 9,252,680

SOLAR POWER SYSTEM AND COMMUNICATION APPARATUS

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A solar power system, comprising:
at least one alternating-current module comprising a solar panel and an alternating-current inverter electrically connected
with the solar panel; and

a communication apparatus, connected to the at least one alternating-current module, for controlling stand-alone power-generating
operations on the at least one alternating-current module, wherein the communication apparatus comprises:

a load connector;
a sensor configured for detecting whether the load connector is connected to a load appliance or not; and
a command unit configured for sending a stand-alone power-generating command to the alternating-current module when the load
connector is connected to the load appliance.

US Pat. No. 9,268,167

LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY PANEL

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A liquid crystal display panel comprising:
an active device array substrate;
an opposite substrate disposed above the active device array substrate;
a sealant disposed between the active device array substrate and the opposite substrate, wherein the active device array substrate
has a display area and a peripheral area surrounding the display area, and the sealant surrounds the peripheral area;

a liquid crystal layer disposed between the active device array substrate and the opposite substrate and surrounded by the
sealant;

a black matrix disposed between the active device array substrate and the opposite substrate and distributed corresponding
to the display area and the peripheral area; and

a plurality of rough structures disposed on a portion of the black matrix and distributed corresponding to the peripheral
area, wherein each of the rough structures is a continuum having a wave-like surface, surface roughness of the rough structures
is greater than surface roughness of the black matrix distributed corresponding to the display area, and the liquid crystal
layer contacts the rough structures.

US Pat. No. 9,274,346

MULTI-VIEW AUTO-STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A multi-view auto-stereoscopic display, comprising:
a light source, configured to sequentially provide a plurality of light according to a plurality of timings in a cycle, the
light source comprising:

a backlight module, configured for providing a backlight;
a first light-entering polarizer disposed in front of the backlight module, configured to transform the backlight into a polarized
incident light; and

a liquid-crystal barrier disposed in front of the first light-entering polarizer, the liquid-crystal barrier comprising:
a plurality of sub-regions, configured for respectively transforming the polarized incident light into the light with different
polarizations according to the timings;

a first lenticular lens disposed in front of the light source, configured to respectively direct the light from the light
source to travel in a plurality of directions;

a display module disposed in front of the first lenticular lens, configured for transforming the light from the first lenticular
lens into a plurality of pixel light; and

a second lenticular lens disposed in front of the display module, configured for respectively directing the pixel light toward
a plurality of views.

US Pat. No. 9,285,642

PIXEL ARRAY

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A pixel array, comprising a plurality of pixel units, wherein each of the pixel units comprises:
a scan line and a data line;
an active device electrically connected to the scan line and the data line;
a main pixel electrode and a sub-pixel electrode respectively electrically connected to the active device, wherein the main
pixel electrode and the sub-pixel electrode are separated from each other;

a signal line disposed parallel to the scan line;
a sharing switch device comprising a gate, a source, and a drain, wherein the gate is electrically connected to the signal
line, and the source is electrically connected to the active device and the sub-pixel electrode;

a sharing capacitor electrically connected to the drain of the sharing switch device;
a first capacitance Cpp, wherein a terminal of the first capacitance Cpp is electrically connected to the source of the sharing
switch device and the sub-pixel electrode, and another terminal of the first capacitance Cpp is electrically connected to
the main pixel electrode of a next pixel unit; and

a second capacitance Ccc, wherein a terminal of the second capacitance Ccc is electrically connected to the drain of the sharing
switch device, and another terminal of the second capacitance Ccc is electrically connected to the main pixel electrode of
the next pixel unit, wherein 5%?(Ccc/Cpp)?25%.

US Pat. No. 9,280,024

PIXEL STRUCTURE

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A pixel structure, comprising:
a scan line and a data line;
an active device electrically connected with the scan line and the data line;
a covering layer covering the scan line, the data line, and the active device; and
a reflective pixel electrode disposed on the covering layer and electrically connected with the active device, the reflective
pixel electrode comprising a first reflective region and a second reflective region, the first reflective region having a
plurality of first protruding structures and the second reflective region having a planar surface,

wherein an area occupied by the first reflective region is 50% to 70% of a total area of the reflective pixel electrode and
an area occupied by the second reflective region is 30% to 50% of the total area of the reflective pixel electrode.

US Pat. No. 9,269,749

ORGANIC ELECTROLUMINESCENCE DISPLAY PANEL

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. An organic electroluminescence display panel comprising a plurality of first pixel areas, a plurality of second pixel areas,
and a plurality of third pixel areas and further comprising:
a first electrode layer comprising a reflective material;
an organic layer, comprising:
a light emitting layer made of organic light-emitting material located on the first electrode layer, wherein the light emitting
layer comprises a first color light emitting material, a second color light emitting material, and a third color light emitting
material; and

a hole injection layer and a hole transport layer located between the first electrode layer and the light emitting layer,
wherein a height and a thickness of the hole injection layer are the same in the first pixel areas, the second pixel areas,
and the third pixel areas and a height and a thickness of the hole transport layer are the same in the first pixel areas,
the second pixel areas, and the third pixel areas; and

a second electrode layer located on the organic layer, wherein a material of the second electrode layer comprises a transparent
metal oxide conductive material, and a thickness of the second electrode layer is a single thickness and is substantially
greater than 300 nm, the thickness of the second electrode layer above the first, second, and third color light emitting materials
is LE, and the thickness LE satisfies a formula (1):


wherein nE represents a refractive index of the second electrode layer,

?R, ?G, and ?B respectively represent a light emitting wavelength of the first pixel areas, the second pixel areas, and the third pixel areas,

? represents a total amount of phase shift of light passing between the first electrode layer and the second electrode layer,
the phase shift is measured in radians, 0
mR, mG, and mB respectively represent a positive integer,

nO represents an average refractive index of the organic layer, and

LO represents the thickness of the organic layer.

US Pat. No. 9,250,447

METHOD FOR FORMING AUTOSTEREOSCOPIC IMAGE

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A method for forming an autostereoscopic image, comprising the steps of:
rendering a two-dimensional image using a display element; and
operating a parallax barrier so as to transform the two-dimensional image into a parallax image, wherein the parallax image
is capable of providing a left-eye image and a right-eye image to a user so that the user perceives a three-dimensional image,
and the parallax barrier comprises:

a first substrate;
a plurality of first electrodes disposed on the first substrate along a first direction, wherein the first electrodes are
strip-shaped and electrically connected to one another;

a plurality of second electrodes disposed on the first substrate along the first direction, wherein the second electrodes
are strip-shaped and electrically connected to one another, and the first electrodes and the second electrodes are arranged
alternately;

a second substrate;
a plurality of third electrodes disposed on the second substrate along a second direction and electrically connected to one
another, wherein each of the third electrodes comprises at least one first portion being step-shaped;

a plurality of forth electrodes disposed on the second substrate along the second direction and electrically connected to
one another, wherein each of the forth electrodes comprises at least one second portion being step-shaped, and the third electrodes
and the forth electrodes are arranged alternately; and

a liquid crystal layer disposed between the first substrate and the second substrate.

US Pat. No. 9,122,338

OPTICAL SWITCHING DEVICE AND STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY DEVICE INTEGRATED WITH TOUCH STRUCTURE

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. An optical switching device integrated with a touch structure, the optical switching device comprising:
a first substrate;
a second substrate opposite to the first substrate;
a switchable optical medium located between the first substrate and the second substrate;
a first driving layer located between the first substrate and the switchable optical medium for driving the switchable optical
medium, the first driving layer comprising a plurality of first driving electrodes, a plurality of first gaps existing between
the first driving electrodes, each of the first gaps extending along a first direction;

a touch-sensing layer located between the first substrate and the first driving layer, wherein the touch-sensing layer has
a plurality of sensing electrodes, each of the sensing electrodes has a plurality of second gaps, each of the second gaps
extends along the first direction, and an orthogonal projection of each of the first gaps on the first substrate overlaps
an orthogonal projection of one of the second gaps on the first substrate; and

a first insulation layer located between the first driving layer and the touch-sensing layer.

US Pat. No. 9,165,486

BACK PLATE FOR USE WITH A BACKLIGHT MODULE, A BACKLIGHT MODULE USING THE SAME, AND THE MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A back plate for use with a backlight module, comprising:
a plate body; and
a side wall extending out from an edge of the plate body, wherein the side wall includes a wall body and a bending part; the
thickness of the wall body is less than or equal to 0.12 mm; the bending part includes a first bending sheet and a second
bending sheet, wherein the first bending sheet is formed by bending outward from a top of the wall body, the second bending
sheet is formed by bending outward from a bottom of the first bending sheet; each bending sheet overlaps and is parallel to
the wall body; the thickness of each bending sheet is less than or equal to 0.12 mm.

US Pat. No. 9,280,244

TOUCH UNIT ARRAY AND A DISPLAY PANEL HAVING THE SAME

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A touch unit array, comprising:
a plurality of first strip electrodes, wherein each of the first strip electrodes comprises a plurality of first electrode
pads, and each of the first electrode pads has a first opening;

a plurality of second strip electrodes interlaced with the first strip electrodes, wherein each of the second strip electrodes
comprises a plurality of second electrode pads, and each of the second electrode pads has a second opening; and

a plurality of electrode pad units not electrically connected to any of the first strip electrodes or any of the second strip
electrodes, wherein the electrode pads are respectively disposed in the plurality of first openings or the second openings,
the electrode pads are connected in series in groups of four electrode pads and each group comprises of two electrode pads
disposed in the first openings and two electrode pads disposed in the second openings, and each of the electrode pad units
receives a first driving signal.

US Pat. No. 9,288,481

STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAY METHOD

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A stereoscopic display method comprising:
providing a plurality of stereoscopic images by providing a plurality of stereoscopic display panels, at least one border
being disposed between two of the stereoscopic display panels adjacent to each other;

adding at least one stripe segment in each of the stereoscopic images, the stripe segments being adjacent to the border such
that the stripe segments and the border form a floating frame when an observer observes the stripe segments and the border
using both eyes of the observer; and

adjusting a width of each of the stripe segments such that a depth of field of the floating frame is substantially the same
as a depth of field of the stereoscopic images adjacent to the floating frame.

US Pat. No. 9,888,593

BACK PLATE OF CURVED DISPLAY DEVICE AND CURVED DISPLAY DEVICE USING SAME

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A curved back plate, comprising:
a first plate, having a first periphery;
a second plate, having a second periphery, wherein the second plate is disposed on the first plate, forming an interlayer
space therebetween; and

a plurality of spacer units, distributed in the interlayer space and connected to the first plate and the second plate,
wherein the first periphery is fastened to the second periphery, the first plate and the second plate are curved corresponding
to each other, the first plate is curved convexly with respect to the second plate and has a bending prestress, and the second
plate is curved concavely with respect to the first plate.

US Pat. No. 9,223,447

TOUCH PANEL, TOUCH DISPLAY DEVICE AND ASSEMBLING METHOD THEREOF

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A touch panel for a touch display device, the touch panel comprising:
a substrate having a first surface and a second surface opposite to the first surface, the first surface including a visual
region and a non-visual region;

a light shielding layer disposed in the non-visual region of the substrate;
a touch sensing device layer disposed on the first surface of the substrate;
a protective layer disposed on the first surface of the substrate and covering the light shielding layer and the touch sensing
device layer; and

at least one light transmission protrusion disposed on the protective layer, wherein at least a part of the at least one light
transmission protrusion is located in the non-visual region, a light curable adhesive forming on the first surface of the
substrate is used in bonding the touch panel to a display panel, the at least one light transmission protrusion is located
between the light curable adhesive and the substrate, and the at least one light transmission protrusion refracts a light
entering from the second surface towards the light curable adhesive in the non-visual region, wherein a refractive index of
the light curable adhesive is smaller than a refractive index of the at least one light transmission protrusion.

US Pat. No. 9,046,233

ASSEMBLAGE STRUCTURE FOR OLED LIGHTING MODULES

AU Optronics Corporation,...

1. A lighting module for use with at least one connection component, said lighting module comprising:
an organic light-emitting diode lighting panel comprising a first electrode and a second electrode; and
a casing comprising a first surface and an opposing second surface, the first surface configured for mounting the organic
light-emitting diode panel, a first opening through the second surface for providing access to the first electrode and a second
opening through the second surface for providing access to the second electrode, wherein the connection component made from
a sheet of an electrically conductive material, the connection component comprising a first bent portion, a second bent portion,
and a straight portion between the first bent portion and the second bent portion, the first bent portion dimensioned for
inserting into the first opening to make electrical contact to the first electrode.

US Pat. No. 9,323,105

BACKLIGHT MODULE AND DISPLAY PANEL USING THE SAME

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A backlight module, comprising:
a frame;
a light source disposed in the frame;
a light guide plate disposed in the frame, comprising:
a light emitting surface;
a light incident surface, wherein the light source is disposed corresponding to the light incident surface; and
at least one side wall connecting the light emitting surface and the light incident surface;
a wavelength conversion layer disposed on the entire side wall of the light guide plate and exposing the light incident surface,
the wavelength conversion layer configured for converting light provided by the light source into white color; and

an optical film group disposed on the light emitting surface of the light guide plate.

US Pat. No. 9,224,765

FABRICATING METHOD OF ARRAY STRUCTURE

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A fabricating method of an array structure, comprising:
forming a thin film transistor comprising a gate, a source and a drain, wherein the method of forming the thin film transistor
comprises:

forming the gate;
sequentially forming an insulating layer, a semiconductor layer and a conductive layer to overlay the gate;
forming a photoresist layer on the conductive layer, wherein the photoresist layer has a thinner portion and a thicker portion,
the thinner portion is correspondingly disposed on the conductive layer over the gate;

patterning the conductive layer and the semiconductor layer by using the photoresist layer as a mask;
removing the thinner portion of the photoresist layer and keeping the thicker portion;
removing the conductive layer which is not covered by the thicker portion by using the thicker portion of the photoresist
layer as a mask, so as to define a source and a drain; and

removing the thicker portion of the photoresist layer;
sequentially forming a passivation layer and a pixel electrode material layer, overlaying the thin film transistor;
forming a first contacting opening in the pixel electrode material layer and the passivation layer to expose the drain;
patterning the pixel electrode material layer to define a pixel electrode;
forming a connecting material layer, overlaying the pixel electrode and filling into the first contacting opening;
forming a first spacer on the connecting material layer, wherein the first spacer is correspondingly disposed over the first
contacting opening; and

forming a first connecting layer by using the first spacer as a mask to remove the connecting material layer which is not
covered by the first spacer, and the pixel electrode is electrically connected to the drain through the first connecting layer.

US Pat. No. 9,110,304

TWO-DIMENSIONAL AND THREE-DIMENSIONAL SWITCHABLE LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY DEVICE AND DISPLAYING METHOD THEREOF

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A liquid crystal display (LCD) device operably switchable between a two-dimensional (2D) display mode and a three-dimensional
(3D) display mode for a viewer having a left eye and a right eye, comprising:
a first polarizer and a second polarizer spaced apart to each other;
an active retardation panel disposed between the first polarizer and the second polarizer, the active retardation panel having
a plurality of retardation pixels arranged in a retardation pixel matrix having at least M pixel columns and at least N pixel
rows, each of the retardation pixel having a first retardation A(i, j), wherein M and N are positive integers, i is a positive
integer between 1 and M, and j is a positive integer between 1 and N; and

a liquid crystal display panel disposed between the active retardation panel and the second polarizer, the liquid crystal
display panel having a plurality of display pixels arranged in a display pixel matrix having at least M pixel columns and
at least N pixel rows, each of the display pixel having a second retardation B(i, j), the retardation pixel matrix being positioned
corresponding to the display pixel matrix,

wherein an image displayed from each of the display pixels of the liquid crystal display panel and passed through the active
retardation panel is simultaneously viewed by the left eye and the right eye of the viewer and satisfies the relationship
of:

L(i,j)=f[A(i+1,j)+B(i,j)], and

R(i,j)=f[A(i,j)+B(i,j)],

wherein L(i, j) and R(i, j) are respectively left-eye and right-eye viewed gray levels of the image; and
wherein each retardation pixel of the active retardation panel projects to at least one of the display pixels of the liquid
crystal display panel, and each of the at least one display pixel of the liquid crystal display panel has at least one compensation
ratio such that the image displayed in each retardation pixel of the active retardation panel is compensated by the at least
one display pixel with the at least one compensation ratio.

US Pat. No. 9,111,882

ORGANIC LIGHT EMITTING DEVICE AND FABRICATING METHOD THEREOF

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A fabricating method of an organic light emitting device, comprising:
providing a substrate having a first pixel region, a second pixel region, a third pixel region, and a fourth pixel region;
forming a first lower pixel electrode, a second lower pixel electrode, a third lower pixel electrode, and a fourth lower pixel
electrode respectively in the first pixel region, the second pixel region, the third pixel region, and the fourth pixel region;

forming a first interlayer in the first pixel region, the second pixel region, the third pixel region, and the fourth pixel
region by using a first ink-jet printing process, wherein the first interlayer is respectively located on the first lower
pixel electrode, the second lower pixel electrode, the third lower pixel electrode, and the fourth lower pixel electrode;

performing a second ink-jet printing process to form a first color pattern on the first interlayer in the first pixel region,
a second color pattern on the first interlayer in the second pixel region, and a third color pattern on the first interlayer
in the third pixel region;

forming a fourth color layer to cover the first color pattern, the second color pattern, and the third color pattern, and
cover the first interlayer in the fourth pixel region, wherein colors of the first color pattern, the second color pattern,
the third color pattern, and the fourth color layer are different from each other;

forming an upper pixel electrode on the fourth color layer; and
arranging a color filter over the upper pixel electrode, wherein the color filter has a first filter pattern, a second filter
pattern, a third filter pattern and a fourth filter pattern, the first filter pattern is disposed in correspondence with the
first pixel region and filters light corresponding to the first color pattern out, the second filter pattern is disposed in
correspondence with the second pixel region and filters light corresponding to the second color pattern out, the third filter
pattern is disposed in correspondence with the third pixel region and filters light corresponding to the third color pattern
and the fourth color layer out, and the fourth filter pattern is disposed in correspondence with the fourth pixel region and
filters the light corresponding to the fourth color layer out.

US Pat. No. 9,165,519

DISPLAY PANEL AND DRIVING METHOD THEREOF

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A display panel, comprising:
a plurality of scan lines, receiving a plurality of scan signals;
a plurality of first data lines and a plurality of second data lines; and
a plurality of pixels, having a first sub-pixel and a second sub-pixel each and arranged in an array, wherein in the pixels
of each column, the first sub-pixel of the i-th odd pixel is electrically connected with the (2i?1)-th scan line and the corresponding
first data line, the second sub-pixel of the i-th odd pixel is electrically connected with the (2i?1)-th scan line, the 2i-th
scan line, and the corresponding first data line, the first sub-pixel of the i-th even pixel is electrically connected with
the (2i)-th scan line and the corresponding second data line, the second sub-pixel of the i-th even pixel is electrically
connected with the (2i)-th scan line, the (2i+1)-th scan line, and the corresponding second data line, and i is a positive
integer;

wherein each of the first sub-pixels comprises:
a first transistor, having a first end, a second end, and a control end, and the first end of the first transistor is electrically
connected with the corresponding first data line or the corresponding second data line, and the control end of the first transistor
is electrically connected with the (2i?1)-th scan line or the (2i)-th scan line; and

each of the second sub-pixels comprises:
a second transistor, having a first end, a second end, and a control end, wherein the first end of the second transistor is
electrically connected with the corresponding first data line or the corresponding second data line, and the control end of
the second transistor is electrically connected with the (2i?1)-th scan line or the (2i)-th scan line; and

a third transistor, having a first end, a second end, and a control end, wherein the first end of the third transistor is
electrically connected with the second end of the second transistor, and the control end of the third transistor is electrically
connected with the (2i)-th scan line or the (2i+1)-th scan line.

US Pat. No. 9,596,732

DISPLAY MODULE MANUFACTURING METHOD AND DISPLAY MODULE

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A display module substrate, including:
a substrate body having a supporting surface, the supporting surface including a viewing area and a signal circuit area on
one side of the viewing area; and

a plurality of signal circuits disposed on the supporting surface and located at the signal circuit area;
wherein the signal circuit area has a plurality of apertures penetrating through the substrate body, wherein at least a portion
of the apertures are located between the adjacent signal circuits and distributed along an extension direction of the signal
circuits.

US Pat. No. 9,121,999

OPTICAL FILM AND DISPLAY DEVICE HAVING THE SAME

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. An optical film, comprising:
a light input face;
a light output face opposite to the light input face; and
a light-output structure disposed on the light output face, the light-output structure comprising:
a plurality of prisms disposed along a first direction on the light output face, wherein each prism has a first quadrilateral
cross section parallel to the first direction; a first side of the first quadrilateral cross section is connected to the light
output face and includes a first angle with the light output face; the first angles of the prisms continuously arranged have
angle values varying in a periodic manner.

US Pat. No. 10,021,778

DISPLAY MODULE HAVING DIFFERENT CURVATURE DESIGN

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A display module, comprising:a display panel, comprising:
a substrate having a display area and a strip region beside the display area, wherein the substrate is bent with respect to an axis to form a curved shape, the strip region is located outside a side of the display area parallel to the axis, the maximum value of the curvature of the display area in a direction perpendicular to the axis is a first curvature;
a periphery circuit disposed on the strip region; and
a backlight module disposed on the backside of the display panel, the backlight module including:
a support frame for supporting the substrate on a side opposite to the periphery circuit and maintaining the substrate into the curved shape, the support frame having a display-facing surface with a peripheral edge positioned beyond an outermost edge of the strip region, the display-facing surface having a first region and a depression region, the first region contacting the substrate, the depression region being located between the first region and the peripheral edge, and defining a region of non-contact between the display-facing surface and the substrate;
wherein the strip region in a direction perpendicular to the axis has a second curvature smaller than the first curvature.

US Pat. No. 9,357,662

DISPLAY, BACKLIGHT MODULE, AND FRAME STRUCTURE THEREOF

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A display, comprising:
a display panel;
an optical film comprising a polarizer; and
a backlight module, comprising a frame structure, the optical film being disposed on the backlight module and the display
panel being disposed on the optical film, the frame structure comprising:

a border component, comprising at least one first border and at least one second border, wherein the first border and the
second border are adjacent to each other and the first border and the second border are distributed along a first direction
and a second direction respectively;

at least one first convex, protruding from the inner surface of the first border and extending inward along the second direction;
at least one second convex, protruding from the inner surface of the second border and extending inward along the first direction,
and the second convex not overlapping with the optical film;

a first tape layer, disposed between and in direct contact with the first convex and the optical film; and
a second tape layer, disposed between the second convex and the display panel;
wherein the first direction and the second direction are two mutually perpendicular directions in a horizontal plane, and
top of a first vertical height of the first convex is lower than top of vertical height of the second convex, the first border
is connected to the second border and the first convex on the first border is connected to the second convex on the second
border, and a ladder-like structure in a corner of the border component is formed by the first convex and the second convex.

US Pat. No. 9,291,820

DISPLAY MODULE AND HEAD UP DISPLAY

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A display module, comprising:
a plurality of light emitting units, each of the light emitting units comprising:
a light source, suitable for emitting an illuminating beam; and
a light converging element disposed in a transmitting path of the illuminating beam, and comprising a bottom surface adjacent
to the light source, a top surface far away from the light source and opposite to the bottom surface, and a peripheral surface
connecting the bottom surface and the top surface; and

a display panel disposed in the transmitting path of the illuminating beam emitted by each of the light emitting units, wherein
the light emitting units are divided into at least one first light emitting unit row and a second light emitting unit row
adjacent to the first light emitting unit row, the top surfaces of the light converging elements of the first light emitting
unit row are disposed on one first surface, the top surfaces of the light converging elements of the second light emitting
unit row are disposed on one second surface, the first surface is located between the display panel and the second surface,
and an intersection between the top surface and the peripheral surface of each of the light converging elements of the second
light emitting unit row is in contact with the peripheral surface of at least one of the light converging elements of the
first light emitting unit row.

US Pat. No. 9,202,405

DISPLAY PANEL WITH VARIED SUBPIXEL ARRANGEMENT SEQUENCES

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A display panel, comprising a plurality of unit regions arranged along a first direction and a second direction to form
a plurality of columns and a plurality of rows, each of the unit regions of the display panel comprising:
a plurality of first color sub-pixels, a plurality of second color sub-pixels, and a plurality of third color sub-pixels,
wherein in any of the rows, a first pitch between any one of the first color sub-pixels and a next of the first color sub-pixels
in the first direction has at least four kinds of distances.

US Pat. No. 9,201,531

TOUCH DISPLAY DEVICE WITH FLEXIBLE CIRCUIT MODULE

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A touch display device, comprising:
a display panel having a surface;
a touch panel stacked on the surface of the display panel, wherein the touch panel comprises a substrate having a bottom surface,
at least one set of serially-connected touch electrodes, and at least one connecting pad; a touch area and a connection area
are defined on the bottom surface; the set of serially-connected touch electrodes are disposed on the touch area; the at least
one connecting pad is disposed on the connection area to connect the set of serially-connected touch electrodes;

a glue layer disposed between the surface of the display panel and the touch area, wherein a gap is formed between the surface
of the display panel and the connection area without the glue layer disposed therein; and

a flexible circuit module comprising:
a connecting part connected to the at least one connecting pad and at least partially disposed in the gap;
a bending part having a first end and a second end, the first end connected to the connecting part; and
an extension part connected to the second end and extending out of the gap from the second end, wherein a portion of the extension
part, the connecting part, and the bending part are located within the gap.

US Pat. No. 9,052,557

PIXEL ARRAY, PIXEL STRUCTURE, AND DRIVING METHOD OF A PIXEL STRUCTURE

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A pixel structure, comprising:
a first scan line;
a second scan line;
a first common electrode line having a main trunk and a branch;
a first data line intersecting with the first and the second scan lines;
a first active device driven by the first scan line and electrically connected to the first data line;
a second active device driven by the second scan line and electrically connected to the first common electrode line;
a first pixel electrode electrically connected to the first data line through the first active device; and
a second pixel electrode electrically connected to the first data line through the first active device and electrically connected
to the first common electrode line through the second active device.

US Pat. No. 9,507,212

PHOTOALIGNMENT EQUIPMENT AND PHOTOALIGNMENT METHOD

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A photoalignment method comprising:
providing a substrate covered by an alignment film material on a platform;
utilizing an ultraviolet light source to emit an ultraviolet light to the alignment film material, wherein the ultraviolet
light source has a first wave band and a second wave band;

utilizing the first wave band of the ultraviolet light source to transform a portion of air into a plurality of ozone molecules;
recycling the ozone molecules to transmit to the substrate; and
utilizing the second wave band of the ultraviolet light source to scan the alignment film material that covers the substrate.

US Pat. No. 9,389,470

PIXEL STRUCTURE

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A pixel structure comprising a plurality of sub-pixels arranged in an array, each of the sub-pixels comprising an active
device and a pixel electrode electrically connected to the active device, a disclination area and a plurality of domains separated
by the disclination area being defined in each of the pixel electrodes, wherein a portion of the sub-pixels further comprises
a light-shielding pattern arranged corresponding to the disclination area, the light-shielding pattern comprises a first light-shielding
portion and a second light-shielding portion intersecting with each other, the first light-shielding portion has an area X1,
the second light-shielding portion has an area X2, an area of each of the sub-pixels is Z, and X1, X2, and Z satisfy at least
one of an equations of 1.58%?X1/Z?5.14% and 1.58%?X2/Z?5.14%, wherein each of the pixel electrodes comprises: a main portion
defining the disclination area; and a plurality of branch portions connected to the main portion, each of the branch portions
being separated by the main portion and respectively corresponding to one of the domains.

US Pat. No. 9,355,603

METHOD FOR ADJUSTING SATURATION DEGREE AND COLOR ADJUSTING SYSTEM

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A method for adjusting saturation degree, comprising:
dividing a hue circle into a plurality of hue regions, and dividing each of the hue regions into a plurality of saturation
regions according to at least one saturation threshold;

weighting a plurality of first input saturation degrees of a first saturation region of a first hue region of the hue regions
by a first weighting formula for obtaining a plurality of first output saturation degrees; and

weighting a plurality of second input saturation degrees of a second saturation region of the first hue region of the hue
regions by a second weighting formula for obtaining a plurality of second output saturation degrees, wherein the first weighting
formula is different from the second weighting formula, and the saturation threshold of each of the hue regions is Sth,

Sth=(RGBmax?RGBmin)/RGBmax,

RGBmax is a maximum value among trichromatic component values of a plurality of input image signals within the hue region,
and RGBmin a minimum value among the trichromatic component values of the input image signals within the hue region.

US Pat. No. 9,239,419

NARROW BORDER BACKLIGHT MODULE AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF

AU OPTRONICS (XIAMEN) COR...

1. A narrow border backlight module comprising:
a frame comprising a plurality of sidewalls connected to each other, wherein a bottom of the frame is hollow, the sidewalls
define a cavity, and the frame is made of metal;

a reflective isolation layer disposed on an inner surface facing the cavity of the sidewalls;
a light guide element formed inside the frame, wherein the light guide element and the frame are integrally formed;
a protrusion connected to the frame and horizontally disposed on the light guide element, wherein the protrusion comprises
a first engaging portion, and the protrusion is made of metal; and

at least one optical film, the optical film comprises a second engaging portion corresponding to the first engaging portion,
and the optical film is fixed on the light guide element by engaging the first engaging portion and the second engaging portion.

US Pat. No. 9,063,256

DISPLAY MODULE HAVING SUPPORT STRUCTURE FOR DISPLAY PANEL

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A display module, comprising:
a display panel, including:
a first substrate; and
a second substrate overlapping the first substrate, wherein the first substrate extends beyond the second substrate at a first
side; and

a backlight module disposed under the display panel, the backlight module including a light guide plate and having a support
unit disposed along the first side, an end portion of the light guide plate parallel to the first side being clamped by the
support unit;

wherein the support unit has a first tier portion and a second tier portion, the second tier portion is lifted from the first
tier portion toward the display panel and supports the display panel, a projection region of a portion of the display panel
substantially supported by the second tier portion on the first substrate covers an edge of the second substrate at the first
side and extends to an overlapping area of the first substrate and the second substrate;

wherein the backlight module includes a connection piece disposed between the second tier portion and the display panel.

US Pat. No. 9,484,000

SIGNAL CONVERSION METHOD FOR DISPLAY IMAGE

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A signal conversion method for a display image adapted for a display comprising a plurality of pixels, each of the pixels
having red, blue, green and brightness sub-pixels, the method comprising:
receiving an image data of a (N?1)th frame through the display, wherein the age data comprises a red pixel data, a blue pixel
data and a green pixel data corresponding to each pixel;

obtaining a luminance data according to the image data of the (N?1)th frame;
determining a signal tuning gain of a Nth frame according to the image data and the luminance data of the (N?1)th frame and
through a backlight duty adjusting table, wherein the backlight duty adjusting table comprises a plurality of backlight luminances
and a plurality of gains respectively corresponded by a plurality of luminance distribution ranges, and the signal tuning
gain is determined based on an optimum among a plurality of backlight duties of the display generated according to the luminance
data of the (N?1)th frame and the backlight duty adjusting table;

adjusting an image data of the Nth frame according to the signal tuning gain of the Nth frame so as to generate an output
image data of the Nth frame, wherein the output image data comprises a red output sub-pixel data, a green output sub-pixel
data, a blue sub-output pixel data and a luminance output sub-pixel data; and

displaying the pixel by the display for the display image according to the output image data of the pixel.

US Pat. No. 9,229,572

TOUCH DEVICE AND DRIVING METHOD THEREOF

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A touch device comprising:
a touch panel having a display region and a non-display region and comprising:
a plurality of driving lines extending along a first direction in the display region and extending into the non-display region
from the display region;

a plurality of sensing lines extending along a second direction in the display region and extending into the non-display region
from the display region, the first direction being different from the second direction;

a virtual key located in the non-display region and between the driving lines and the sensing lines to shield the driving
lines from the sensing lines;

a self-sensing line located in the non-display region, connected to a first part of the virtual key and extended towards the
display region, and located between the driving lines and the sensing lines to shield the driving lines from the sensing lines;
and

a shielding line located in the non-display region, connected to a second part of the virtual key, and located between the
driving lines and the sensing lines to shield the driving lines from the sensing lines, wherein the first part is different
from the second part and the self-sensing line and the shielding line are different lines.

US Pat. No. 9,190,625

ORGANIC ELECTROLUMINESCENT DEVICE HAVING CONDUCTIVE LAYERS IN A CATHODE LAYER AND AN ELECTRON TRANSPORTING LAYER HAVING A METAL COMPLEX

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. An organic electroluminescent device, comprising:
an anode layer;
an organic functional layer, comprising an organic electroluminescent layer and an electron transporting layer, wherein the
organic electroluminescent layer is disposed between the anode layer and the electron transporting layer; and

a cathode layer, the organic functional layer being disposed between the anode layer and the cathode layer, and the cathode
layer being consisting of:

a first conductive layer, wherein the first conductive layer is a single layer made from a single material; and
a second conductive layer, the first conductive layer being disposed between the electron transporting layer and the second
conductive layer, wherein the first conductive layer is in physical contact with the electron transporting layer and the second
conductive layer, the electron transporting layer is doped with a metal complex compound, and work function of the first conductive
layer being higher than work function of the second conductive layer.

US Pat. No. 9,136,700

ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE PROTECTION CIRCUIT AND DISPLAY APPARATUS USING THE SAME

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. An electrostatic discharge protection circuit adapted to a display apparatus having a display panel, the display panel
configured with a signal line and a common voltage line, the electrostatic discharge protection circuit comprising:
a first switching unit electrically coupled to the signal line; and
a second switching unit electrically coupled between the first switching unit and the common voltage line,
wherein, when the display apparatus is shut down, the first switching unit and the second switching unit form a conductive
path, and when the display apparatus is turned on, the first switching unit is configured to receive a first control signal,
and the second switching unit is configured to receive a second control signal, so that at least one of the first switching
unit and the second switching unit is turned off at the same time.

US Pat. No. 9,437,822

DISPLAY MODULE MANUFACTURING METHOD AND DISPLAY MODULE

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A manufacturing method of a display module, including:
(a) disposing a substrate on a transparent carrier plate; wherein the substrate has a bottom surface and a supporting surface
opposite to the bottom surface; the bottom surface is attached to the transparent carrier plate and includes a first area
and a second area;

(b) performing a display elements manufacturing process on the supporting surface;
(c) etching the first area by a first energy having a first energy density passing through the transparent carrier plate to
separate the first area from the transparent carrier plate;

(d) etching the second area by a second energy having a second energy density passing through the transparent carrier plate
to separate the second area from the transparent carrier plate, wherein the second energy density is greater than the first
energy density;

(e) separating the substrate from the transparent carrier plate.

US Pat. No. 9,346,252

DISPLAY MODULE AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A manufacturing method of a display module, comprising:
disposing a second housing on a first housing to form a first gap between a metal sidewall of the second housing and an inner
surface of a sidewall of the first housing;

providing a glue on the inner surface of the sidewall and above the first gap;
disposing a display panel in the first housing and enabling an edge of a bottom surface of the display panel to push and graze
the glue; and

placing the display panel on the second housing, enabling a top portion of the metal sidewall to support the display panel
at the bottom surface, and forming a second gap between a side surface of the display panel and the inner surface of the sidewall,
wherein the glue fills the second gap.

US Pat. No. 9,190,446

SENSING APPARATUS

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A sensing apparatus comprising a plurality of sensing pixels arranged in an array, each of the sensing pixels comprising:
an active device; and
a sensing device electrically connected to the active device, wherein the sensing device comprising:
a first electrode layer;
an amorphous silicon layer located on the first electrode layer;
a second electrode layer located on the amorphous silicon layer, wherein the second electrode layer has an opening; and
a graphene layer in contact with the second electrode layer and the amorphous silicon layer.

US Pat. No. 9,148,965

DISPLAY MODULE WITH HINGE SIGNAL PASSAGE AND ELECTRONIC DEVICE THEREOF

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

12. An electronic device, comprising:
a first housing having a first connecting portion, wherein the first connection portion has a first connecting hole;
a second housing having a second connecting portion corresponding to the first connecting portion, wherein the second connecting
portion has a second connecting hole, and the second connecting hole corresponds to the first connecting hole;

a pivot rod disposed in the first connecting hole and the second connecting hole to connect the first housing onto the second
housing; and

a flexible circuit board, comprising:
a first transmission section having a first end;
a second transmission section disposed adjacent to the first transmission section without traversing across the first transmission
section, wherein the second transmission section has a second end; and

a connecting section disposed in a traverse direction with respect to the extending directions of the first transmission section
and the second transmission section and connects the first end and the second end; wherein the connecting section wraps around
the pivot rod with the traverse direction as an axial direction and is disposed in the first connecting hole and the second
connecting hole such that the first transmission section is in the first housing and the second transmission section is in
the second housing, and the first transmission section and the second transmission section is spaced by a gap, the connecting
section corresponding to the gap extends in a direction perpendicular to the connecting section to form a first tab; when
the connecting section wraps around the pivot rod, the first tab wraps and overlaps around to an opposite side of the connecting
section to secure a wrapping configuration of the connecting section.

US Pat. No. 9,570,040

DISPLAY DEVICE

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A display device, comprising:
a red sub-pixel;
a green sub-pixel;
a blue sub-pixel;
a white sub-pixel;
a color transformer receiving and transforming a three-color image into a four-color image, wherein the four-color image comprises
a red image, a green image, a blue image and a white image; and

an image controller calculating a decrement offset of the red image, a decrement offset of the green image, a decrement offset
of the blue image and a compensation value of the white image;

wherein when a value of the white image is zero, the image controller calculates a gray level value of the red image, a gray
level value of the green image, and a gray level value of the blue image, the image controller respectively calculates a red
image control signal for the red sub-pixel, a green image control signal for the green sub-pixel and a blue image control
signal for the blue sub pixel according to the gray level values and the decrement offsets, and the image controller calculates
a white image control signal for the white sub-pixel according to the gray level values and the compensation value of the
white image;

wherein the display device displays an image by controlling the red sub-pixel according to the red image control signal, controlling
the green sub-pixel according to the green image control signal, controlling the blue sub-pixel according to the blue image
control signal, and controlling the white sub pixel according to the white image control signal; and

wherein one of the three-color image is zero and a signal value of the white image control signal is not zero.

US Pat. No. 9,488,861

DISPLAY DEVICE

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A display device, comprising:
a backlight module, a spectrum of the backlight module having three peaks for the backlight module to emit a white light,
wherein a full width at half maximum of the peak (FWHM) in a range of a green wavelength among the three peaks is less than
or equal to 55 nm; and

a display panel disposed on a light emitting surface of the backlight module, the display panel including a pixel array and
a color filter array disposed correspondingly to the pixel array, the color filter array including a red filter pattern, a
green filter patter and a blue filter pattern, and the green filter pattern and the backlight module satisfying following
relation:


wherein BL(?)×CFGreen(?) represents a normalized result of a product of a luminance spectrum in a specific wavelength range and a transmittance
of light in the specific wavelength range passing through the green filter pattern, and

?? is a light wavelength interval,
wherein a x coordinate of green light displayed by the display device corresponding to a chromaticity coordinates of CIE is
less than 0.22 and a y coordinate of the green light displayed by the display device corresponding to the chromaticity coordinates
of CIE is greater than 0.70.

US Pat. No. 9,324,271

PIXEL DRIVER

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A pixel driver, applicable for driving a light-emitting diode (LED), the pixel driver comprising:
an input unit configured for outputting a data voltage according to a first scan signal and a data signal;
a power-switching unit configured for outputting the first power voltage according to a first power voltage and a power-controlling
signal;

a voltage-dividing unit configured for adjusting a control voltage according to a second scan signal;
a pixel-driving unit comprising:
a first terminal;
a second terminal; and
a control terminal configured for receiving the control voltage, the pixel-driving unit being configured for providing a driving
current to the LED according to a voltage difference between the control terminal and the second terminal; and

a shorting unit configured for connecting the control terminal and the first terminal according to the first scan signal.

US Pat. No. 9,148,913

BACKLIGHT MODULE TRANSMITTING ELECTRICITY THROUGH MAGNETIC FIELD INDUCTION

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A backlight module, comprising:
a first coil;
a first driving circuit, electrically connected to the first coil for controlling the first coil to produce a first magnetic
field;

a second coil, configured to receive the first magnetic field and providing a first induction voltage according to the first
magnetic field;

a rectifying circuit, electrically connected to the second coil for converting the first induction voltage into a first driving
voltage;

a light emitting unit, electrically connected to the rectifying circuit to provide a backlight according to the first driving
voltage; and

a first substrate having a first surface and a second surface opposite to the first surface, wherein the first coil and the
first driving circuit are disposed at a side of the first substrate the same as the first surface, and the second coil, the
rectifying circuit and the light emitting unit are disposed at another side of the first substrate the same as the second
surface,

wherein the light emitting unit comprises a light emitting diode light bar, and the second coil is disposed at a second substrate
of the light emitting diode light bar.

US Pat. No. 9,104,074

LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY PANEL

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A liquid crystal display (LCD) panel divided into at least one first region and at least one second region, the first region
and the second region respectively having a plurality of sub-pixels arranged in an array, and each of the sub-pixels having:
a first display area providing a first main alignment vector;
a second display area providing a second main alignment vector, and a direction of the first main alignment vector being opposite
to a direction of the second main alignment vector; and

a compensation display area, a cell gap in the compensation display area being substantially greater than both a cell gap
in the first display area and a cell gap in the second display area, wherein when the LCD panel is in a narrow viewing angle
display mode, driving voltages of the first display areas in the first region are substantially greater than driving voltages
of the second display areas in the first region to provide a first brightness distribution in the first region, driving voltages
of the first display areas in the second region are substantially smaller than driving voltages of the second display areas
in the second region to provide a second brightness distribution in the second region, a maximum brightness of the first brightness
distribution and a maximum brightness of the second brightness distribution are located at opposite sides of a normal angle,
and all the compensation display areas in the first region and the second region are enabled to compensate the first brightness
distribution at the normal angle and compensate the second brightness distribution at the normal angle.

US Pat. No. 9,055,669

DISPLAY DEVICE PACKAGE AND PACKAGING PROCESS THEREOF

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A packaging process of a display device, comprising:
providing a first substrate having a display device formed thereon;
curing a welding material so as to form a welding glue on the second substrate;
forming a first adhesive layer and a second adhesive layer on a second substrate after the welding material is cured, wherein
the welding glue is a glass frit, the first adhesive layer is substantially disposed between the display device and the glass
frit, and a material of the first adhesive layer is different from a material of the glass frit, the glass frit is disposed
between the second adhesive layer and the first adhesive layer, a material of the second adhesive layer is different from
a material of the glass frit, and the welding glue, the first adhesive layer, and the second adhesive layer are formed on
a planar surface of the second substrate;

after the step of forming the first adhesive layer and the second adhesive layer on the second substrate, curing the first
adhesive layer and the second adhesive layer so that the glass frit contacts both of the first substrate and the second substrate,
and the second substrate is adhered to the first substrate to maintain a cell gap therebetween; and

after the step of curing the first adhesive layer and the second adhesive layer, melting the glass frit by a laser irradiation
process to strengthen an adhesion between the first substrate and the second substrate.

US Pat. No. 9,152,290

TOUCH-SCREEN SYSTEM AND DISPLAY PANEL WITH TOUCH-SENSING FUNCTION

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A touch-screen system, comprising: a stylus, comprising a magnetic component; a display panel; and a touch module, disposed
within the display panel, the touch module comprising a plurality of sensing units distributed at different positions in an
array arrangement on the display panel, each of the sensing units comprising a Hall induction plate for sensing a magnetic
field established by the magnetic component and forming an induction output voltage respectively, the touch module detecting
a touch position of the stylus according to the induction output voltages, wherein each of the sensing units further comprises
a power signal source, a first switch, a second switch and a signal amplifier, the first switch is coupled between the power
signal source and the Hall induction plate, the second switch is coupled between the Hall induction plate and the signal amplifier,
during a first time interval, the first switch is conducted and the power signal source provide a plurality of free charges
to the Hall induction plate, the Hall induction plate senses the magnetic field established by the magnetic component and
forms an induction voltage difference, the induction voltage difference is processed by the signal amplifier to form the induction
output voltage, and during a second time interval after the first time interval, the second switch is conducted to output
the induction output voltage.

US Pat. No. 9,142,165

FIELD SEQUENTIAL COLOR DISPLAY AND DRIVING METHOD THEREOF

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A field sequential color display, comprising;
a display panel including a plurality of unit regions, each unit region including a first color unit region and a white color
unit region, the display panel comprising:

a first substrate comprising a pixel array;
a second substrate disposed opposite to the first substrate;
a filter layer disposed on the second substrate, wherein the filter layer is consisted of only a first color filter pattern
disposed within the first color unit region and a white color filter pattern disposed within the white color unit region;

wherein the area of the first color region and the area of the white color region state a ratio of 4:6;
a display medium, sandwiched between the first substrate and the second substrate; and
a backlight module, disposed on a side of the display panel, the backlight module comprising of a white light source, a second
color light source, and a third color light source, the white light source, the second color light source, and the third color
light source are configured to be switched in sequence, wherein:

the white light source is configured to provide a white light separating into a first white light portion and a second white
light portion, the first white light portion passes through the white color unit, the second white light portion passes through
the first color filter pattern and transformed into a color of the first color filter pattern;

the second color light source is configured to provide a second color light separating into a first second-color-light portion
and a second second-color-light portion, the first second-color-light portion passes through the white color unit, and the
second second-color-light portion is blocked by the first color filter pattern; and

the third color light source is configured to provide a third color light separating into a first third-color-light portion
and a second third-color-light portion, the first third-color-light portion passes through the white color unit, and the second
third-color-light portion is blocked by the first color filter pattern.

US Pat. No. 9,126,710

CARTON

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A carton comprising:
a top casing comprising:
a top plate;
a plurality of first sidewalls respectively connected to a plurality of edges of the top casing; and
a plurality of first tongue portions extended from a part of two of the first sidewalls for connecting adjacent two of the
first sidewalls and being fixed to an inner surface of the first sidewalls; and

a bottom casing comprising:
a bottom plate;
a plurality of second sidewalls respectively connected to a plurality of edges of the bottom casing, wherein the first tongue
portions touch the second sidewalls when the to casing is coupled to the bottom casing, and a gap is formed between the top
casing and the bottom casing generated by the first tongue portions;

a plurality of second tongue portions extended from a part of two of the second sidewalls for connecting adjacent two of the
second sidewalls and being fixed to an inner surface of the second sidewalls; and

a plurality of reinforcing pieces connected to a part of two of the second sidewalls, wherein the reinforcing pieces are arranged
at an outside of the second sidewalls for filling the gap; the first tongue portions, the second tongue portions, the first
sidewalls, the second sidewalls, and the reinforcing pieces have substantially the same height thereby enhancing a support
ability of the carton.

US Pat. No. 9,070,891

WHITE COLOR LIGHT OF ORGANIC LIGHT EMITTING DIODE

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. An organic light emitting diode (OLED), emitting a white color light suitable for irradiating on plants, and comprising:
a cathode;
an anode;
an electron transporting layer, disposed between the cathode and the anode;
a hole transporting layer, disposed between the anode and the electron transporting layer;
a first organic light emitting layer, disposed between the electron transporting layer and the hole transporting layer, and
emitting a first color light, wherein a peak in a frequency spectrum of the first color light is within a first wavelength
range;

a second organic light emitting layer, disposed between the electron transporting layer and the hole transporting layer, and
emitting a second color light, wherein a peak in a frequency spectrum of the second color light is within a second wavelength
range; and

a third organic light emitting layer, emitting a third color light, wherein a peak in a frequency spectrum of the third color
light is within a third wavelength range, wherein the third color light comprising a dark blue light;

wherein the white color light is used to irradiate plants so as to improve plant growth, and wherein the white color light
is at least formed by mixing the first color light, the second color light and the third color light, an intensity of a frequency
spectrum of a wavelength ranging from 520 nm to 580 nm is substantially equal to or less than 20% of a total intensity of
a frequency spectrum of the white color light, the frequency spectrum of the white color light and the response frequency
spectrum of plant photosynthesis are highly overlapped, and thus the white color light can be efficiently absorbed and utilized
by plants.

US Pat. No. 9,454,942

DISPLAY PANEL, GATE DRIVER AND CONTROL METHOD

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A display panel, comprising:
a plurality of gate lines; and
a gate driver comprising a plurality of series-coupled driving stages, wherein each of the series-coupled driving stages is
electrically coupled to a corresponding gate line of the gate lines, and an N-th stage of the series-coupled driving stages
comprises:

a driving unit configured to selectively transmit a first clock signal according to a control voltage level of a control node
to output a first gate-driving signal; and

an input control unit configured to selectively transmit a second gate-driving signal outputted from an (N?1)-th stage of
the series-coupled driving stages to the control node according to a second clock signal, so as to adjust the control voltage
level to one of a first voltage level and a second voltage level, wherein N is a positive integer, and the first voltage level
is lower than the second voltage level,

wherein a predetermined time interval is present between a rising edge of the first clock signal and a falling edge of the
second clock signal, and the input control unit pulls the control voltage level to the first voltage level during the predetermined
time interval.

US Pat. No. 9,449,998

MANUFACTURING METHOD OF PIXEL STRUCTURE WITH DATA LINE, SCAN LINE AND GATE ELECTRODE FORMED ON THE SAME LAYER

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A method of manufacturing a pixel structure, comprising:
forming a patterned first conductive layer on a substrate to form a scan line, a gate electrode and a linear transmitting
part, the gate electrode connected to the scan line, and the linear transmitting part and the scan line separated from each
other, wherein an extending direction of the scan line is crossed to an extending direction of the linear transmitting part;

forming a first insulating layer on the substrate to cover the scan line, the gate electrode and the linear transmitting part;
forming an oxide channel on the first insulating layer above the gate electrode;
forming a second insulating layer on the first insulating layer and the oxide channel, wherein the second insulating layer
comprises an etching blocking pattern located on the oxide channel and the gate electrode, and an isolation pattern located
on the linear transmitting part, wherein the etching blocking pattern is located within a boundary of the gate electrode and
not in direct contact with the first insulating layer, the isolation pattern contacts the first insulating layer, and the
etching blocking pattern and the isolation pattern of the second insulating layer are not continuous and do not directly contact
each other;

forming a patterned second conductive layer on the second insulating layer to form a source electrode, a drain electrode,
a cross-line transmitting part and a common electrode, the source electrode and the drain electrode located at two sides of
the oxide channel, the cross-line transmitting part crossing over the scan line, and the common electrode disposed on the
isolation pattern above the linear transmitting part; and

forming a first pixel electrode on the substrate to be connected to the drain electrode.

US Pat. No. 9,377,994

GATE DRIVER CIRCUIT

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A gate driver circuit comprising a plurality of series-coupled shift register stages, an n-th shift register stage of the
shift register stages comprising:
a pull-up unit configured for receiving a clock signal and an n-th operating signal, wherein when the n-th operating signal
is at high logic level, the pull-up unit generates an n-th driving signal according to the clock signal;

a pull-up control unit configured for receiving the clock signal, the n-th operating signal, and the n-th driving signal,
wherein when the n-th operating signal is at high logic level, the pull-up control unit outputs the n-th driving signal to
an (n+1)-th shift register stage according to the clock signal; and

an output unit configured for receiving the n-th driving signal, generating a first gate driving signal according to a first
controlling signal, and generating a second gate driving signal according to a second controlling signal, wherein the first
controlling signal and the second controlling signal are non-overlapped, wherein n is a positive integer.

US Pat. No. 9,343,306

METHOD OF FABRICATING THIN FILM TRANSISTOR ARRAY SUBSTRATE HAVING POLYSILICON WITH DIFFERENT GRAIN SIZES

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A method of fabricating a thin film transistor array substrate, comprising:
providing a substrate, the substrate comprising a display region, a gate driver region, and a source driver region;
forming an amorphous silicon layer on the substrate;
using a laser beam to irradiate the amorphous silicon layer to form a poly-silicon layer, wherein the poly-silicon layer comprises
a plurality of main grain boundaries and a plurality of sub grain boundaries, and grain sizes of the poly-silicon layer disposed
in the display region and the gate driver region are different from grain sizes of the poly-silicon layer disposed in the
source driver region;

patterning the poly-silicon layer to form a plurality of poly-silicon islands, wherein the poly-silicon islands disposed in
the display region and the gate driver region constitute a plurality of first poly-silicon islands, and the poly-silicon islands
disposed in the source driver region constitute a plurality of second poly-silicon islands;

defining a source region, a drain region, and a channel region disposed between the source region and the drain region in
each of the first poly-silicon islands and each of the second poly-silicon islands, wherein the main grain boundary of each
of the first poly-silicon islands is only disposed within the source region and/or the drain region of each of the first poly-silicon
islands; and

forming a plurality of gates on the substrate to correspond to the channel regions.

US Pat. No. 9,331,106

PIXEL STRUCTURE AND FABRICATION METHOD THEREOF

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A fabrication method of a pixel structure, comprising:
forming a semiconductor material layer and a first metal layer subsequently on a substrate;
patterning the first metal layer to form a source electrode and a drain electrode, and patterning the semiconductor material
layer to form a channel layer and a pixel pattern, wherein the source electrode and the drain electrode are disposed on the
channel layer, the source electrode, the drain electrode, the channel layer, and the pixel pattern are formed through the
same photo-mask process;

forming a first insulation layer on the substrate, wherein the first insulation layer covers the channel layer, the source
electrode, the drain electrode, and the pixel pattern;

forming a gate electrode on the first insulation layer located above the channel layer;
forming a second insulation layer on the substrate, wherein the second insulation layer covers the gate electrode and the
first insulation layer;

forming a pixel opening in the first insulation layer and the second insulation layer, wherein the pixel opening exposes at
least one partial region of the pixel pattern; and

modifying the at least one partial region of the pixel pattern exposed by the pixel opening so as to form a pixel electrode
electrically connected to the drain electrode.

US Pat. No. 9,329,440

PIXEL STRUCTURE

Au Optronics Corporation,...

24. A pixel structure comprising:
a scan line and a data line;
an active device electrically connected to the scan line and the data line;
a first electrode layer electrically connected to the active device;
a second electrode layer electrically insulated from the first electrode layer; and
an insulation layer located between the first electrode layer and the second electrode layer, wherein the first electrode
layer or the second electrode layer comprises:

an enclosed-frame-shaped portion; and
a plurality of first V-shaped branch portions and a plurality of second V-shaped branch portions arranged within the enclosed-frame-shaped
portion in opposite directions, wherein end terminals of the first V-shaped branch portions and end terminals of the second
V-shaped branch portions are connected to the enclosed-frame-shaped portion, and adjacent first and second V-shaped branch
portions are connected to constitute a crisscross-shaped pattern.

US Pat. No. 9,171,980

PHOTOVOLTAIC APPARATUS, PHOTOVOLTAIC MODULE AND FASTENER THEREOF

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A photovoltaic apparatus, comprising:
at least one photovoltaic laminate having a light receiving surface;
at least one frame disposed on at least one lateral edge of the photovoltaic laminate, wherein the frame comprises:
at least a pair of holding parts, wherein the photovoltaic laminate is clamped between the holding parts;
a sidewall, wherein part of the sidewall connects the holding parts, and the sidewall has an outside surface opposite to the
photovoltaic laminate; and

at least one protrusion connected to the outside surface of the sidewall, wherein the protrusion has a slot thereon, wherein
the protrusion projects outside of an outer edge of the said at least one photovoltaic laminate and said sidewall, and wherein
the protrusion includes a plurality of retaining parts which are respectively positioned on two opposite sides of an opening
of the slot and an arc-shaped inner wall is defined in the slot and is connected between the retaining parts; and

at least one fastener for coupling with the protrusion, wherein the fastener comprises a buckle part at the top portion of
the fastener, and part of the buckle part is engaged to the slot of the protrusion.

US Pat. No. 9,122,162

EXPOSURE APPARATUS, METHOD OF FORMING PATTERNED LAYER, METHOD OF FORMING PATTERNED PHOTORESIST LAYER, ACTIVE DEVICE ARRAY SUBSTRATE AND PATTERNED LAYER

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A patterned layer comprising a plurality of pixel electrodes arranged in array, each of the pixel electrodes comprising
a plurality of strip patterns arranged in different extension directions, the patterned layer having a plurality of first
regions and a plurality of second regions, wherein an area of the first regions is greater than an area of the second regions,
a line width/spacing ratio of the pixel electrodes in the first regions is L1/S1, the second regions comprise a plurality of compensation regions distributed, a line width/spacing ratio of the pixel electrodes
distributed in the compensation regions is L2/S2, a line width/spacing ratio of the pixel electrodes distributed inside the second region and outside of the compensation
regions is L3/S3, and the line width/spacing ratio L2/S2 is smaller than the line width/spacing ratio L3/S3.

US Pat. No. 9,078,300

DISPLAY-DRIVING STRUCTURE AND SIGNAL TRANSMISSION METHOD THEREOF AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A display-driving structure for driving a display panel, comprising:
a first circuit board;
a second circuit board;
a transmission wiring, connected between the first circuit board and the second circuit board;
at least one first circuit, configured on the first circuit board for generating a first signal;
to at least one second circuit, configured on the second circuit board for generating a second signal;
a plurality of first source driver circuits, coupled to the first circuit board and electrically coupled to the first circuit
board; and

a plurality of second source driver circuits, coupled to the second circuit board and electrically coupled to the first circuit
and the second circuit for receiving the second signal from the second circuit board, further receiving the first signal via
the transmission wiring and the first circuit board and then driving the display panel according to the first signal and the
second signal.

US Pat. No. 9,392,266

THREE-DIMENSIONAL DISPLAY DEVICE

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A three-dimensional display device comprising:
a display panel; and
a barrier structure located at one side of the display panel, the barrier structure comprising a plurality of barrier patterns,
a plurality of transparent slits, a reflective layer, and a second photoelectric conversion structure, the barrier patterns
and the transparent slits being arranged alternatively, the barrier patterns comprising a first photoelectric conversion structure,
the reflective layer is located between the display panel and the first photoelectric conversion structure, and the reflective
layer is sandwiched between the first photoelectric conversion structure and the second photoelectric conversion structure.

US Pat. No. 9,202,403

PIXEL CIRCUIT CAPABLE OF DETERMINING DISPLAYED GRAY SCALE AND METHOD FOR DRIVING THE SAME

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A pixel circuit electrically coupled to a data line, a first scan line, and a second scan line, the pixel circuit comprising:
a first pixel unit being electrically coupled to the data line and the second scan line and determining a first displayed
gray scale of the first pixel unit, wherein the first pixel unit comprises:

a first active device;
a first pixel electrode electrically coupled to a first end of the first active device; and
a first storage capacitor,
wherein the first active device is electrically coupled between the data line and the first storage capacitor;
a second pixel unit being electrically coupled to the data line and the first scan line and determining a second displayed
gray scale of the second pixel unit, wherein the second pixel unit comprises:

a second active device;
a second pixel electrode electrically coupled to a first end of the second active device; and
a second storage capacitor,
wherein the second active device is electrically coupled between the data line and the second storage capacitor; and
a third pixel unit being electrically coupled to the data line, the first scan line, and the second scan line and determining
a third displayed gray scale of the third pixel unit, wherein the third pixel unit comprises:

a third active device;
a third pixel electrode electrically coupled to a first end of the third active device; and
a third storage capacitor, wherein the third active device is electrically coupled between the data line and the third storage
capacitor; and

a fourth active device, wherein a first end of the fourth active device is electrically coupled to a common electrode line
though the capacitor, and a second end of the fourth active device is electrically coupled to a first end of the third active
device,

wherein a first gate signal is input to the first scan line, so as to provide a first displayed level to the second pixel
unit and the third pixel unit via the data line within a first time period, and a second gate signal is input to the second
scan line, so as to provide a second displayed level to the first pixel unit via the data line and couple the third pixel
unit to a capacitor within a second time period following the first time period.

US Pat. No. 9,196,740

TFT STRUCTURE AND PIXEL STRUCTURE

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A pixel structure, comprising:
a substrate;
a gate, disposed on the substrate;
a metal oxide semiconductor (MOS) layer, disposed on the substrate;
an insulation layer, disposed between the gate and the MOS layer;
a source and a drain, disposed on the MOS layer;
a first passivation layer substantially covering the MOS layer, the source and the drain, wherein the first passivation layer
is adapted to block an ultraviolet light;

a first electrode layer, electrically connected to the source or the drain through a contact window opening formed in the
first passivation layer;

a second passivation layer formed on the first passivation layer and the first electrode layer, wherein the second passivation
layer has an opening to expose the first electrode layer;

a light-emitting material layer disposed on the first electrode layer and completely located within the opening of the second
passivation layer; and

a second electrode layer formed on the light-emitting material layer and the second passivation layer, wherein a portion of
the second electrode layer is completely located within the opening of the second passivation layer;

wherein at least one of the first passivation layer and the second passivation layer comprises a photocatalytic material.

US Pat. No. 9,058,782

DISPLAY DEVICE AND DRIVING METHOD THEREOF

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A display device with an adjustable viewing angle, comprising:
a panel comprising a first substrate, a second substrate, and a display medium layer intervened between the first substrate
and the second substrate;

at least one first display area and at least one second display area defined on the panel, wherein each of the first display
area and the second display area at least comprises a first sub-pixel and a second sub-pixel adjacent to the first sub-pixel;

a first electrode and a second electrode spaced apart from the first electrode, wherein the first electrode and the second
electrode are arranged in the first sub-pixel on the first substrate;

a third electrode and a fourth electrode spaced apart from the third electrode, wherein the third electrode and the fourth
electrode are arranged in the second sub-pixel on the first substrate; and

a fifth electrode arranged in the first sub-pixel on the second substrate and in the second sub-pixel on the second substrate;
wherein when the display device is operated in a wide viewing angle mode, the first and second sub-pixels each have an on-axis
brightness at a predetermined gray level; and

when the display device is operated in a narrow viewing angle mode, the first sub-pixel has an on-axis brightness at a first
gray level and the second sub-pixel has an on-axis brightness at a second gray level, and wherein the on-axis brightness at
the first gray level is substantially less than the on-axis brightness at the predetermined gray level of the first sub-pixel.

US Pat. No. 10,091,869

ELECTRONIC DEVICE

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. An electronic device, comprising:a housing;
a circuit board, having a first board surface and a second board surface, wherein the first board surface faces the housing, and the circuit board has a ground pad on the second board surface; and
a conductive adhesive element, comprising:
a first portion, disposed between the first board surface and the housing, having a first adhesive surface and a first non-adhesive surface opposite to the first adhesive surface, wherein the first adhesive surface adheres to the housing;
a second portion, having a second adhesive surface and a second non-adhesive surface opposite to the second adhesive surface, wherein the second adhesive surface adheres to the ground pad; and
a connection portion, connecting the first portion and the second portion.

US Pat. No. 9,453,956

THIN TYPE DISPLAY MODULE

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A display module, including:
a backlight module, comprising:
a light guide plate having a light incident surface, a light-exiting surface, a light-guiding inclined surface, a bottom surface
and a lateral surface, wherein the light-guiding inclined surface is connected to the light incident surface and the light-exiting
surface, the bottom surface is connected to the light incident surface and the lateral surface, the lateral surface is connected
to the light-exiting surface and the bottom surface, the light incident surface, the light-guiding inclined surface and a
portion of the bottom surface constitute a wedge portion while the light-exiting surface, the lateral surface and another
portion of the bottom surface constitute a plate portion; and

a light source module disposed at the light incident surface and emitting light into the wedge portion; and
a display panel disposed on the light guide plate, wherein the display panel includes a first substrate, a second substrate
and a display medium layer disposed between the first substrate and the second substrate, the display panel has a side comprising
lateral surfaces of the first substrate and the second substrate at a same position, wherein the side of the display panel
is near the light incident surface of the light guide plate, and vertical projections of an edge of the first substrate and
an edge of the second substrates of the display panel on the light guide plate are both located in the light-guiding inclined
surface or in the plate portion.

US Pat. No. 9,449,961

PANEL DEVICE HAVING ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE PROTECTION

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A panel device, comprising:
a substrate having a first surface, wherein the first surface comprises an active area and a frame area surrounding the active
area;

at least a signal circuit disposed and extending along the frame area and electrically coupled to the active area;
a ground protection circuit disposed and extending along the frame area, wherein the ground protection circuit is positioned
at a side of the signal circuit facing an edge of the substrate; and

an auxiliary protection circuit disposed and extending along the frame area, wherein the auxiliary protection circuit is sandwiched
between the signal circuit and the ground protection circuit, wherein the auxiliary protection circuit is formed as an independent
circuit not connected with any other circuits;

wherein the auxiliary protection circuit respectively has a gap with the signal circuit
and the ground protection circuit, and the auxiliary protection circuit is electrically conductive.

US Pat. No. 9,182,073

BRACKET AND FRAME BODY HAVING THE SAME

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A bracket connected to a bottom plate, comprising:
a first sidewall having a first surface;
a second sidewall having a second surface that faces the first surface of the first sidewall;
a bending portion connected to the first and second sidewalls, wherein the bottom plate is connected to an end of the first
sidewall that is distal to the bending portion;

a positioning board connected to an end of the second sidewall that is distal to the bending portion, wherein the first and
second sidewalls, and the bending portion are made of the same material and formed as a single piece, and the positioning
board and the bottom plate respectively extend in two opposite directions; and

a connection layer directly adhering the first surface of the first sidewall to the second surface of the second sidewall.

US Pat. No. 9,178,086

METHOD FOR FABRICATING BACK-CONTACT TYPE SOLAR CELL

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A method for fabricating a back-contact type solar cell, the method consisting essentially of following steps:
(a) providing a semiconductor substrate;
(b) roughening a light-receiving surface of the semiconductor substrate;
(c) forming a plurality of phosphorus-containing pastes on a back surface of the semiconductor substrate;
(d) performing a phosphorus diffusion process on the semiconductor substrate, wherein the phosphorus-containing pastes enter
the semiconductor substrate to form a plurality of n-type heavily doped zones in the a back surface of the semiconductor substrate,
and the phosphorus of the phosphorus diffusion process are diffused into the light-receiving surface of the semiconductor
substrate to form a front surface field layer in the light receiving surface of the semiconductor substrate and to form a
n-type lightly doped layer in the back surface and a plurality of side surfaces of the semiconductor substrate;

(e) removing the n-type lightly doped layer;
(f) forming a front anti-reflection layer on the front surface field layer, and a back anti-reflection layer on the back surface;
(g) printing a plurality of lead-containing silver pastes on the back anti-reflection layer, wherein the lead-containing silver
pastes are disposed corresponding to the n-type heavily doped zones, respectively;

(h) printing a plurality of lead-containing aluminum pastes on the back anti-reflection layer, wherein the lead-containing
aluminum pastes are disposed corresponding to a plurality of p-typed contacting regions of the back-contact type solar cell;
and

(i) sintering the lead-containing silver pastes and the lead-containing aluminum pastes for forming a plurality of electrodes.

US Pat. No. 9,171,983

HEAT DISSIPATION STRUCTURE

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A heat dissipation structure for being disposed on a solar module that has a plurality of solar cells, wherein the heat
dissipation structure comprises:
a plurality of heat conduction bases, wherein each heat conduction base is located on each solar cell and each heat conduction
base comprising a first surface, and a second surface opposite to the first surface and a height between the first and second
surfaces, wherein a positioning groove is formed in the first surface of each of the heat conduction bases with a depth, wherein
the depth is shorter than the height; and

a flexible fin being inserted in the positioning grooves of each heat conduction bases and connected between the heat conduction
bases, wherein each of the positioning grooves starts at a first edge of each first surface and terminates at a second edge
of each first surface.

US Pat. No. 9,087,472

ARRAY SUBSTRATE OF A DISPLAY PANEL AND THE DRIVING METHOD THEREOF

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. An array substrate of a display panel, comprising:
a plurality of sub-pixel groups, at least comprising a first sub-pixel group and a second sub-pixel group, the first sub-pixel
group and the second sub-pixel group individually at least having a first sub-pixel, a second sub-pixel, and a third sub-pixel,
the first sub-pixel group and the second sub-pixel group being disposed in a first column, wherein the first sub-pixel, the
second sub-pixel, and the third sub-pixel of the first sub-pixel group are arranged sequentially in a predetermined direction
from top to bottom and the first sub-pixel, the second sub-pixel, and the third sub-pixel of the second sub-pixel group are
arranged sequentially in the predetermined direction;

a plurality of switches individually disposed in the first, second and third sub-pixel of the first sub-pixel group and the
second sub-pixel group;

a pair of first data lines disposed in at least one side of the first sub-pixel group and the second sub-pixel group, wherein
the respective switches of the first sub-pixel and the third sub-pixel of the first sub-pixel group and the switch of the
second sub-pixel of the second sub-pixel group are individually connected to one data line of the pair of first data lines,
and the switch of the second sub-pixel of the first sub-pixel group and the respective switches of the first sub-pixel and
the third sub-pixel of the second sub-pixel group are individually connected to the other data line of the pair of first data
lines; and

a plurality of scan lines comprising at least a first, second and third scan line which are interlaced to the pair of first
data lines, wherein the switches of the first sub-pixel and the second sub-pixel of the first sub-pixel group are individually
connected to the first scan line, the switches of the third sub-pixel of the first sub-pixel group and the first sub-pixel
of the second sub-pixel group are individually connected to the second scan line, and the switches of the second sub-pixel
and the third sub-pixel of the second sub-pixel group are individually connected to the third scan line,

wherein the first sub-pixels of the first and second sub-pixel groups are disabled, and the second and third sub-pixels of
the first and second sub-pixel group are enabled in 3D display mode of the array substrate, wherein the second and third sub-pixel
of the first sub-pixel group provide a display image of left eye and the second and the third sub-pixel of the second sub-pixel
group provide a display image of right eye.

US Pat. No. 9,069,400

TOUCH DISPLAY PANEL

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A touch display panel having a display region and a non-display region, the touch display panel comprising:
a first substrate;
a pixel array located on the first substrate and in the display region;
a plurality of first lead lines located on the first substrate and in the non-display region, the first lead lines being electrically
connected to the pixel array;

a second substrate located opposite to the first substrate;
a display medium layer located between the first substrate and the second substrate;
a touch device layer located on the second substrate, the touch device layer having a portion in a first touch region within
the display region and the other portion in a second touch region within the non-display region, wherein the other portion
of the touch device layer in the second touch region comprises at least one touch key separated from the touch device layer
in the first touch region, and the touch device layer in the first touch region and the touch device layer in the second touch
region being made of a same material;

a plurality of second lead lines located on the second substrate and electrically connected to the touch device layer, the
second lead lines extending from the first touch region to an edge of the second substrate through the second touch region;
and

a covering substrate, wherein the covering substrate having a transparent region and a non-transparent region, the transparent
region corresponding to the display region, the non-transparent region corresponding to the non-display region, wherein the
covering substrate has a transparent pattern corresponding to the at least one touch key.

US Pat. No. 9,325,982

PIXEL ARRAY, PIXEL STRUCTURE, AND DRIVING METHOD OF A PIXEL STRUCTURE

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A driving method of a pixel structure, the pixel structure comprising:
a first scan line;
a second scan line;
a first common electrode line having a main trunk and a branch;
a first data line intersecting with the first and the second scan lines;
a first active device driven by the first scan line and electrically connected to the first data line;
a second active device driven by the second scan line and electrically connected to the first common electrode line;
a first pixel electrode electrically connected to the first data line through the first active device; and
a second pixel electrode electrically connected to the first data line through the first active device and electrically connected
to the first common electrode line through the second active device, and the driving method of the pixel structure comprising:

in a two-dimensional (2D) display mode, turning on the first active device through the first scan line such that a first display
voltage is applied to the first pixel electrode and the second pixel electrode from the first data line; and

in a three-dimensional (3D) display mode, turning on the first active device through the first scan line such that the first
display voltage is applied to the first pixel electrode and the second pixel electrode from the first data line, and subsequently
turning on the second active device through the second scan line such that a common voltage is applied to the second pixel
electrode from the first common electrode line.

US Pat. No. 9,159,744

ACTIVE ARRAY SUBSTRATE AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. An active array substrate comprising:
a flexible substrate;
an inorganic barrier layer covering the flexible substrate and having at least one through hole therein, wherein the through
hole exposes the flexible substrate; and

at least one active component disposed on the inorganic barrier layer.

US Pat. No. 9,123,924

BATTERY CORE AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING THE SAME

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A battery core comprising:
a first electrode plate comprising:
a substrate having a first area and a second area; and
a first active material having a first portion having conducting material and a second portion having conducting material,
wherein the first portion of the first active material is formed on the first area, the second portion of the first active
material is formed on the second area, wherein a thickness of the first portion of the first active material is substantially
bigger than a thickness of the second portion of the first active material;

a second electrode plate disposed on one side of the first electrode plate, comprising:
a first substrate positioned corresponding to the first area of the first electrode plate;
a second substrate positioned corresponding to the second area of the first electrode plate, wherein the first and the second
substrate are each in direct physical contact with only leads, first active material, and insulating separators; and

a second active material having a first portion having conducting material and a second portion having conducting material,
wherein the first portion of the second active material is formed on the first substrate, and the second portion of the second
active material is formed on the second substrate;

and a first separator disposed between the first and the second electrode plate.

US Pat. No. 9,075,267

DISPLAY PANEL

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A display panel, comprising:
a first substrate;
an active device array, disposed on the first substrate, and comprising a plurality of scan lines, a plurality of data lines,
and a plurality of active devices, wherein each of the active devices is connected to a corresponding scan line and a corresponding
data line;

a gate driver on array (GOA), disposed on the first substrate, and electrically connected to the scan lines of the active
device array;

at least one first signal transmission connection pad, disposed on the first substrate, and located at a first side of the
active device array, wherein the GOA is located between the active device array and the first signal transmission connection
pad;

at least one second signal transmission connection pad, disposed on the first substrate, and located at a second side of the
active device array, wherein the first side and the second side are respectively corresponding to two opposite ends in an
extending direction of the scan lines, wherein the first signal transmission connection pad and the second signal transmission
connection pad are common electrode pads;

a second substrate, disposed opposite to the first substrate;
an opposite electrode layer, disposed on the second substrate;
a plurality of conduction devices, disposed between the first substrate and the second substrate, and respectively connected
between the at least one first signal transmission connection pad and the opposite electrode layer and between the at least
one second signal transmission connection pad and the opposite electrode layer, so as to electrically connect the at least
one first signal transmission connection pad and the at least one second signal transmission connection pad to the opposite
electrode layer, respectively, wherein the conduction devices are not located on a third and fourth side of the active device
array, and the fourth side is opposite to the third side; and

a display medium, disposed between the first substrate and the second substrate, and driven by the active device array.

US Pat. No. 9,392,265

THREE-DIMENSIONAL DISPLAY PANEL AND DRIVING METHOD THEREOF

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A driving method of a three-dimensional display panel, comprising:
providing a three-dimensional display panel having a plurality of columns and a plurality of rows, the three-dimensional display
panel comprising:

a plurality of sub-pixel groups arranged in an array, the plurliaty of sub-pixel groups comprises at least one first sub-pixel
group and at least one second sub-pixel group arranged on the same row, at least one third sub-pixel group arranged on a first
row of the rows together with the at least one first sub-pixel group and the at least one second sub-pixel group, and at least
one fourth sub-pixel group, at least one fifth sub-pixel group, and at least one sixth sub-pixel group arranged on a second
row of the rows, each of the rows comprises at least two sub-rows, the at least one first sub-pixel group, the at least one
second sub-pixel group, the at least one third sub-pixel group, the at least one fourth sub-pixel group, the at least one
fifth sub-pixel group, and the at least one sixth sub-pixel group respectively having a first color region, a second color
region, and a third color region,

wherein the first color region and the second color region of the at least one first sub-pixel group and the third color region
and the first color region of the at least one second sub-pixel group are arranged sequentailly on the same sub-row, the second
color region of the at least one first sub-pixel group is in direct contact with the first color region of the at least one
first sub-pixel group and the third color region of the at least one second sub-pixel group,

the third color region of the at least one first sub-pixel group and the second color region of the at least one second sub-pixel
group are sequentially arranged on another one of the sub-row, the third color region of the at least one first sub-pixel
group is in direct contact with the second color region of the at least one second sub-pixel group,

the third color region of the at least one first sub-pixel group and the first and second color regions of the at least one
first sub-pixel group are on the same column, and the third color region of the at least one second sub-pixel group and the
first and second color regions of the at least one second sub-pixel group are on the same column,

the second color region and the third color region of the at least one third sub-pixel group, the first color region and the
second color region of the at least one first sub-pixel group, and the third color region and the first color region of the
at least one second sub-pixel group are arranged on the same sub-row,

the first color region of the at least one third sub-pixel group, the third color region of the at least one first sub-pixel
group, and the second color region of the at least one second sub-pixel group are arranged on another one of the sub-rows,
and

the arrangement of the first color regions, the second color regions, and the third color regions of the different sub-pixel
groups on the second row is substantially the same as the arrangement of the first color regions, the second color regions,
and the third color regions of the different sub-pixel groups on the first row; and

when a stereoscopic image is to be displayed, turning off the third color region of the first sub-pixel group, the second
color region of the second sub-pixel group, and the first color region of the third sub-pixel group, so as to form a first
shielding region, and turning off the third color region of the fourth sub-pixel group, the second color region of the fifth
sub-pixel group, and the first color region of the sixth sub-pixel group, so as to form a second shielding region, wherein

the first color region and the second color region of the first sub-pixel group and the third color region of the second sub-pixel
group together form a first three-dimensional display pixel unit,

the first color region of the second sub-pixel group and the second color region and the third color region of the third sub-pixel
group together form a second three-dimensional display pixel unit,

the first color region and the second color region of the fourth sub-pixel group and the third color region of the fifth sub-pixel
group together form a third three-dimensional display pixel unit,

the first color region of the fifth sub-pixel group and the second color region and the third color region of the sixth sub-pixel
group together form a fourth three-dimensional display pixel unit, and

the first shielding region and the second shielding region are not adjacent to each other.

US Pat. No. 9,384,694

DISPLAY PANEL AND DRIVING METHOD THEREOF

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A display panel, comprising:
a control circuit configured to selectively provide a data signal and a first reference voltage signal; and
a pixel structure, comprising:
a capacitor;
a first switch unit, comprising a first terminal, a second terminal and a control terminal, wherein the first terminal and
the second terminal of the first switch unit are electrically coupled to two terminals of the capacitor respectively, the
first terminal of the first switch unit is configured to receive an initial voltage, and the control terminal of the first
switch unit is configured to receive a control signal;

a second switch unit, comprising a first terminal, a second terminal and a control terminal, wherein the first terminal of
the second switch unit is electrically coupled to the second terminal of the first switch unit, and the control terminal of
the second switch unit is configured to receive a first scan signal; and

a third switch unit, comprising a first terminal, a second terminal and a control terminal, wherein the first terminal of
the third switch unit is configured to receive the data signal and the first reference voltage signal alternately, the second
terminal of the third switch unit is electrically coupled to the second terminal of the second switch unit and to a first
terminal of a light emitting element, and the control terminal of the third switch element is electrically coupled to the
second terminal of the first switch unit, a voltage level on the control terminal of the third switch unit is configured substantially
as a subtraction of a threshold voltage of the third switch unit from the data signal for compensating the variation as well
as shifting of the threshold voltage corresponding to the third switch unit of the pixel structure.

US Pat. No. 9,329,323

LIGHT SOURCE AND BACKLIGHT MODULE HAVING THE SAME

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A backlight module comprising:
a light source comprising:
a carrier;
a plurality of solid-state light-emitting devices configured on the carrier;
a light-incoupling component configured on the carrier, the light-incoupling component having a bottom surface, a top surface,
a plurality of side surfaces adjoining the bottom surface and the top surface, and a single through hole extending from the
bottom surface to the top surface, the solid-state light-emitting devices being located in the single through hole;

a first reflector covering the through hole;
a plurality of second reflectors configured on the side surfaces of the light-incoupling component, the plurality of second
reflectors are directly in contact with the side surfaces of the light-incoupling component, wherein light emitted from the
solid-state light-emitting devices enters the light-incoupling component via a sidewall of the through hole, a part of the
light leaves the light-incoupling component via the top surface of the light-incoupling component directly and another part
of the light is reflected by the second reflectors before leaving the light-incoupling component via the top surface of the
light-incoupling component; and

a third reflective layer configured between the carrier and the bottom surface of the light-incoupling component, wherein
the third reflective layer contacts the carrier; and

a light guide plate having a light-incident surface and a light-emitting surface opposite to the light-incident surface, wherein
the light guide plate is disposed on the top surface of the light in-coupling component such that no hollow area is located
between the light guide plate and the light in-coupling component, and the light leaving the light-incoupling component via
the top surface of the light-incoupling component enters the light guide plate via the light-incident surface of the light
guide plate and leaves the light guide plate via the light-emitting surface of the light guide plate.

US Pat. No. 9,166,582

CAPACITIVE TOUCH PANEL HAVING FIRST AND SECOND ELECTRODE STRINGS DISPOSED IN DIFFERING DIRECTIONS IN WHICH AT LEAST ONE OF THE ELECTRODE STRINGS COMPRISES DISCONNECTED PORTIONS DISTRIBUTED IN THE SAME DIRECTION

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A capacitive touch panel comprising:
a first electrode layer having a first A electrode string and a first B electrode string distributed along a first direction,
each of the first A electrode string and of the first B electrode string having a plurality of first direction electrodes
respectively, wherein one first direction electrode of the first A electrode string and one first direction electrode of the
first B electrode string distributed in a straight line along the first direction are disconnected in the first electrode
layer, the first A electrode string and the first B electrode string are simultaneously detected for presence of signal variation;
and

a second electrode layer overlapping the first electrode layer and having a plurality of second direction electrodes connected
in series and distributed along a second direction, wherein the second direction crosses the first direction.

US Pat. No. 9,159,857

SOLAR APPARATUS AND MOUNTING SYSTEM THEREOF

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A solar apparatus comprising:
a solar cell;
a frame comprising:
a main body surrounding an edge of the solar cell; and
a hollow rib protruding over the circumference of the main body;
a pair of first support racks located on a first side of the frame, wherein each of the first support racks comprises a first
engaging clamp that couples to the hollow rib, and each of the first support racks comprises a first support portion and a
first engaging portion, and a top of the first support portion is connected to the first engaging portion, and the first engaging
portion has the first engaging clamp;

a pair of second support racks located on a second side of the frame facing away from the first side, wherein each of the
second support racks comprises a second engaging clamp that couples to the hollow rib, and each of the second support racks
comprises a second support portion and a second engaging portion, and a top of the second support portion is connected to
the second engaging portion, and the second engaging portion has the second engaging clamp;

a first foot connected to a terminal of the first support portion and having a bottom portion and two side walls, wherein
the two side walls of the first foot are located at two opposite sides of the bottom portion of the first foot to form a rail;

a second foot connected to a terminal of the second support portion and having a bottom portion and two side walls, wherein
the two side walls of the second foot are located at two opposite sides of the bottom portion of the second foot to form a
rail; a first support plate arranged adjacent to the first foot;

a second support plate arranged adjacent to the second foot, wherein each of the first support plate and the second support
plate has a bearing surface; each of the bearing surfaces has two first retaining walls at two opposite sides; each of the
bearing surfaces has two second retaining walls at another two opposite sides; and the two second retaining walls have a plurality
of ninth through holes; and

a wind diffuser having a first plate body and a second plate body connected to each other, wherein the first plate body is
abutted against the frame, and the second plate body is abutted against the second support plate.

US Pat. No. 9,117,915

THIN FILM TRANSISTOR, PIXEL STRUCTURE AND METHOD FOR FABRICATING THE SAME

Au Optronics Corporation,...

3. A method for fabricating a thin film transistor, comprising:
sequentially forming a gate and a gate insulator on a substrate, the gate insulator covering the gate;
forming a source electrode and a drain electrode on the gate insulator, the source electrode and the drain electrode respectively
having a ladder-shaped sidewall, wherein the step comprises:

(a) forming a conductive material layer on the gate insulator;
(b) forming a patterned photoresist layer on the conductive material layer and exposing a portion of the conductive material
layer;

(c) partially removing the portion of the conductive material layer exposed by the patterned photoresist layer with use of
the patterned photoresist layer as a mask, so as to form a recess pattern in the conductive material layer;

(d) removing a portion of the patterned photoresist layer to form a residual patterned photoresist layer, the residual patterned
photoresist layer further exposing a portion of the conductive material layer covered by the patterned photoresist layer;
and

(e) partially removing the portion of the conductive material layer exposed by the residual patterned photoresist layer with
use of the residual patterned photoresist layer as a mask; and

forming an oxide semiconductor layer on the gate insulator to cover at least one portion of the ladder-shaped sidewall of
the source electrode and at least one portion of the ladder-shaped sidewall of the drain electrode, wherein the source electrode
and the drain electrode are respectively in contact with different portions of the oxide semiconductor layer.

US Pat. No. 9,097,407

SLIM BORDER DESIGN OF DISPLAY DEVICE AND BACKLIGHT MODULE THEREOF

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A backlight module, comprising:
a bezel including a back plate and a side wall connected to an edge of the back plate, wherein the bezel includes a plurality
of extending walls extending from a top of the side wall, respectively, and adjacent extending walls are spaced with an interval;

a supporting frame including a lower frame body and an upper frame body extending from a top of the lower frame body, wherein
the lower frame body is disposed on the back plate and surrounded by the side wall, the upper frame body has at least a portion
shifted outwards laterally relative to the lower frame body to be located over the side wall, and the portion of the upper
frame body located over the side wall is located between the adjacent extending walls; and

a light source module surrounded by the lower frame body and the side wall, wherein the portion of the upper frame body located
over the side wall encloses a panel accommodation space above a top of the light source module for accommodating a panel.

US Pat. No. 9,502,573

PIXEL STRUCTURE AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING A PIXEL STRUCTURE

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A pixel structure disposed on a substrate, comprising:
an active device disposed on the substrate comprising a gate, a semiconductor channel layer, a source and a drain, wherein
the source and the drain are disposed above the gate and separated by a gap such that the gate has at least one portion that
is not overlapped with the source and the drain, and the semiconductor channel layer is at least disposed in the gap between
the source and the drain;

a gate insulation layer disposed between the gate and the semiconductor channel layer, wherein the source and the drain are
disposed between the gate insulation layer and the semiconductor channel layer;

a dielectric insulation layer disposed on the substrate and covering the semiconductor channel layer, wherein a dielectric
index of the dielectric insulation layer is greater than a dielectric index of the gate insulation layer;

a capacitance electrode disposed on the dielectric insulation layer and the capacitance electrode overlapping with the drain
such that the capacitance electrode, the drain and the dielectric insulation layer sandwiched between the capacitance electrode
and the drain constitute a storage capacitor structure, wherein the capacitance electrode is not overlapping with the gate
and the source;

a protection layer disposed on the dielectric insulation layer, wherein the capacitance electrode located between the protection
layer and the dielectric insulation layer; and

a pixel electrode disposed on the protection layer and connected to the drain of the active device.

US Pat. No. 9,496,526

APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR TAKING FLEXIBLE DISPLAY PANEL OFF, AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING THE SAME

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. An apparatus for taking a flexible display panel off, comprising:
a roller having a circumferential surface, the circumferential surface being used to wind a first portion of the flexible
display panel thereon;

a linear motion member having a carrying surface, wherein a second portion of the flexible display panel is in contact with
the carrying surface;

a fastening apparatus for fastening the flexible display panel onto the carrying surface of the linear motion member;
a first driving apparatus for driving the linear motion member to move linearly relative to the circumferential surface, so
as to make the first portion depart from the circumferential surface and move onto the carrying surface along with the second
portion; and

a pressing mechanism for pressing a guiding film adhered to the flexible display panel against the carrying surface.

US Pat. No. 9,331,107

PIXEL STRUCTURE

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A pixel structure, disposed on a substrate, comprising:
a channel layer, disposed on the substrate;
a source electrode and a drain electrode, disposed on the channel layer, wherein the source electrode and the drain electrode
are separated from each other;

a pixel electrode, disposed on the substrate and electrically connected to the drain electrode, wherein the channel layer
and the pixel electrode comprise a semiconductor material layer, and an oxygen content of the pixel electrode is less than
an oxygen content of the channel layer, and wherein the pixel electrode comprises a conductor portion and a semiconductor
portion;

a first insulation layer, covering the channel layer, wherein the first insulation layer covers the source electrode and the
drain electrode and exposes at least one partial region of the pixel electrode;

a gate electrode, disposed on the first insulation layer located above the channel layer; and
a second insulation layer, covering the gate electrode and the first insulation layer, wherein the second insulation layer
has a pixel opening, and the pixel opening exposes the at least one partial region of the pixel electrode, and exposes the
conductor portion of the pixel electrode, and wherein the first insulation layer the second insulation layer cover the semiconductor
portion of the pixel electrode.

US Pat. No. 9,078,386

METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING DISPLAY DEVICE WITH PANEL POSITIONING STRUCTURE

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A method for manufacturing a display device, comprising the follow step:
forming a frame in a manner that the frame has a supporting tray and a side wall perpendicularly extending from an end of
the supporting tray, wherein the supporting tray and the side wall together enclose an accommodating space;

forming a groove in the supporting tray adjacent to the side wall;
disposing an elastic pad in a manner that the elastic pad leans on the side wall and one end of the elastic pad is connected
to a bottom of the groove, wherein the elastic pad has an elastic modulus higher than that of the side wall; and

disposing a display panel into the accommodating space in a manner that a side edge of the display panel presses the elastic
pad to form a bottom portion and a side portion, wherein the bottom portion of the elastic pad is pressed into the groove
while the side portion is compressed by the side edge of the display panel and attached to an inner surface of the side wall.

US Pat. No. 9,176,269

LIGHT SOURCE MODULE AND DISPLAY MODULE

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A light source module, comprising:
a light guide plate having an upper surface, a lower surface, a light incident surface, a light emitting region and a periphery
region around the light emitting region, the light guide plate having a plurality of grooves disposed on at least one of the
upper surface and the lower surface and extending in a direction from the light incident surface towards the light emitting
region and crossing the periphery region into the light emitting region, wherein lengths of the grooves are smaller than a
length of the light guide plate, and the lengths of extensions for the grooves which disposed on at least one of the upper
surface and the lower surface are not all the same; and

a light source disposed on the light incident surface of the light guide plate, and the grooves of the light guide plate are
disposed beside the light incident surface, wherein any two adjacent grooves of the grooves on the same surface of the light
guide plate are not connected to each other.

US Pat. No. 9,151,994

DISPLAY PANEL

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A display panel comprising:
a first substrate;
a plurality of scan lines and a plurality of data lines, disposed on the first substrate;
a plurality of pixel units electrically connected to the scan lines and the data lines, the pixel units are repeatedly arranged
to form a pixel array on the first substrate, each of the pixel units comprising a first pixel, a second pixel, a third pixel
and a fourth pixel adjacent to one another, the first pixel and the second pixels are located in a first row, the third pixel
and the fourth pixels are located in a second row following the first row, and the first pixel, the second pixel, the third
pixel and the fourth pixel respectively comprising:

an active device;
a pixel electrode electrically connected to the active device; and
a common electrode disposed corresponding to the pixel electrode, one of the pixel electrode and the common electrode having
at least one slit pattern,

wherein the slit pattern of the first pixel and the slit pattern of the second pixel have a first extension direction, at
least one of the slit pattern of the third pixel and the slit pattern of the fourth pixel has a second extension direction,
and the first extension direction is different from the second extension direction;

a second substrate located opposite to the first substrate;
a display medium located between the first substrate and the second substrate; and
a color filter layer comprising a first color filter pattern disposed corresponding to the first pixel, a second color filter
pattern disposed corresponding to the second pixel, and a third color filter pattern disposed corresponding to the third pixel
and the fourth pixel, wherein the first color filter pattern, the second color filter pattern, and the third color filter
pattern have different colors.

US Pat. No. 9,116,394

DISPLAY PANEL

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A display panel, comprising:
a first substrate;
a pixel structure, disposed on the first substrate, the pixel structure comprising:
a scan line extended along a first direction;
data lines extended along a second direction and intersected with the scan line, so as to define a first main region, a first
minor region, a second main region, and a second minor region, wherein the first main region and the first minor region is
aligned in the second direction, the second main region and the second minor region is aligned in the second direction, one
scan line is simultaneously disposed between the first main region and the first minor region and between the second main
region and the second minor region, the first main region and the second main region is aligned in the first direction, the
first minor region and the second minor region is aligned in the first direction, and one data line is simultaneously disposed
between the first main region and the second main region and between the first minor region and the second minor region;

a first sub-pixel comprising a first pixel electrode, wherein the spacing of the first pixel electrode in the first main region
is the same and is equal to a first spacing, and the spacing of the first pixel electrode in the first minor region is the
same and is equal to a second spacing, and wherein the first spacing is greater than the second spacing; and

a second sub-pixel comprising a second pixel electrode, wherein the spacing of the second pixel electrode in the second main
region is the same and is equal to a third spacing, and the spacing of the second pixel electrode in the second minor region
is the same and is equal to a fourth spacing, wherein the third spacing is smaller than or equal to the fourth spacing, and
wherein the first spacing is greater than the third spacing;

a second substrate, disposed opposite to the first substrate; and
a display medium layer, disposed between the first substrate and the second substrate.

US Pat. No. 9,096,044

FLEXIBLE DISPLAY PANEL AND METHOD OF FABRICATING THE SAME

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A flexible display panel comprising:
a flexible carrier having two surfaces, wherein the flexible carrier comprises a plurality of water-oxygen-resistant flexible
carriers bonded to one another through an adhesive material, and each of the water-oxygen-resistant flexible carriers comprises:

a flexible base film; and
a water-oxygen-resistant layer bonded to the flexible base film, wherein the adhesive material contacts and is located between
the water-oxygen-resistant layer of one of the water-oxygen-resistant flexible carriers and the flexible base film of another
one of the water-oxygen-resistant flexible carriers;

a display unit disposed on and contacting the outmost water-oxygen-resistant layer of the flexible carrier, wherein the display
unit comprises:

an active device array layer; and
a display medium layer located on the active device array layer; and
a coating formed on and contacting the outmost flexible base film of the flexible carrier, wherein a material of the coating
comprises organic fluoride.

US Pat. No. 9,423,660

DISPLAY PANEL

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A display panel, having a display area and a peripheral area, the display panel comprising:
a plurality of pixels, disposed in the display area and arranged in an array;
a plurality of data lines, extending from the display area to the peripheral area to be electrically connected to a source
driver, wherein the data lines are respectively electrically connected to a plurality of columns of pixels;

a plurality of gate lines, disposed in the display area and perpendicular to the data lines; and
a plurality of signal traces, extending from the display area to the peripheral area and parallel to the data lines,
wherein the data lines and the signal traces are respectively disposed between two columns of pixels, and the signal traces
comprise a plurality of gate signal traces respectively electrically connected to the corresponding gate lines; wherein the
gate signal traces electrically connected to a plurality of odd gate lines of the gate lines are sequentially arranged from
a first side of the display area to the center of the display panel, the gate signal traces electrically connected to a plurality
of even gate lines of the gate lines are sequentially arranged from a second side of the display area to the center of the
display panel, and the first side and the second side are opposite sides of the display panel.

US Pat. No. 9,323,401

TOUCH PANEL

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A touch panel comprising:
a pixel array including plural pixels arranged in matrix;
plural scan lines each electrically coupled to a corresponding pixel line of the pixel array; and
at least one touch detection unit arranged corresponding to the pixel array, wherein the touch detection unit comprises:
a first transistor having a first terminal for receiving a first bias voltage, a second terminal and a gate;
a second transistor having a third terminal directly coupled to the second terminal, a fourth terminal for receiving a second
bias voltage and a gate;

a touch detection circuit directly coupled to the gate of the first transistor and the gate of the second transistor, the
touch detection circuit including:

a first capacitor comprising a first end and a second end, the second end of the first capacitor directly coupled to the gate
of the second transistor;

a second capacitor directly coupled to the second end of the first capacitor; and
a third capacitor, wherein one end of the third capacitor is directly coupled to the first end of the first capacitor, and
another end of the third capacitor is directly coupled to the gate of the first transistor, the touch detection circuit is
configured to output a touch signal according to the capacitance value of the first capacitor and the second capacitor when
the touch panel is being touched; and

a reset unit directly coupled to the first end of the first capacitor for transmitting a reset voltage to the gate of the
first transistor through the reset unit and adjusting an operation point of the reset unit by adjusting the capacitance of
the third capacitor, wherein the reset unit comprises a photo-sensitive transistor.

US Pat. No. 9,214,476

PIXEL STRUCTURE

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A pixel structure comprising:
a first conductive layer comprising a scan line and a bottom electrode;
a semiconductor layer comprising a first semiconductor pattern, wherein the first semiconductor pattern has a first channel
region, a first source region, and a first drain region;

a first insulating layer disposed between the first conductive layer and the semiconductor layer;
a second insulating layer disposed on the semiconductor layer;
a second conductive layer disposed on the second insulating layer, wherein the second conductive layer comprises a top electrode,
a first gate, a first source, a first drain, and a data line connected to the first source, wherein the bottom electrode and
the top electrode overlap to form a capacitor;

a passivation layer covering the first conductive layer, the semiconductor layer, and the second conductive layer, wherein
the passivation layer has a first opening, a second opening, and a third opening, the first opening exposes the first source
and the first source region of the semiconductor layer, the second opening exposes the first drain and the first drain region
of the semiconductor layer, and the third opening exposes the first gate and the scan line; and

a first electrode layer disposed on the passivation layer, wherein the first electrode layer fills into the first opening,
the second opening, and the third opening, such that the first source and the first source region are electrically connected
to each other, the first drain and the first drain region are electrically connected to each other, and the first gate and
the scan line are electrically connected to each other.

US Pat. No. 9,156,947

ORGANIC SEMICONDUCTOR MATERIAL AND THIN-FILM TRANSISTOR

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. An organic semiconductor material comprising a compound as represented by formula (1):

wherein r represents a positive integer of 2 to 20 and s represents a positive integer of 1 to 20, or r represents a positive
integer of 1 to 20 and s represents a positive integer of 2 to 20; n represents a positive integer of 2 to 10000; X1, X2 and X3 each independently represent O, S, Se, Te, NR, RCR, RSiR, RGeR or RSnR; Y1 and Y2 each independently represent H, F, Cl, CF3, haloalkyl, CN, R, OR, SR, COOR or COR; and Z1, Z2, Z3 and Z4 each independently represent H, F, Cl, CF3, haloalkyl, CN, R, OR, SR, COOR or COR, wherein R represents alkyl group.

US Pat. No. 9,146,430

PIXEL STRUCTURE AND LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY PANEL HAVING THE SAME

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A pixel structure comprising:
a data line and a scan line;
at least one active device electrically connected to the scan line and the data line;
a pixel electrode electrically connected to the at least one active device, the pixel electrode having an opening at an edge
of the pixel electrode adjacent to at least one of the data line and the scan line; and

a metal line located below the pixel electrode, wherein a portion of the metal line extending to the edge of the pixel electrode
is exposed by the opening, and a shortest distance between an edge of the opening of the pixel electrode and the metal line
is greater than or substantially equal to 3 ?m.

US Pat. No. 9,825,200

MICRO-LIGHT-EMITTING DIODE DEVICE AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING THE SAME

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A method for manufacturing a micro-light-emitting diode device comprising:
providing a first substrate;
depositing a mask layer on the first substrate;
patterning the mask layer to expose a portion of the first substrate;
etching the exposed portion of the first substrate to form a recess, and a depth at a center of the recess being greater than
a depth at an edge of the recess;

removing the mask layer;
forming a micro-light-emitting diode device comprising:
depositing a second semiconductor layer on the recess;
depositing an active layer on the second semiconductor layer, wherein the recess is filled with a portion of the second semiconductor
layer; and

depositing a first semiconductor layer on the active layer;
transferring and reversing the first substrate and the micro-light-emitting diode device to a second substrate, the first
semiconductor layer of the micro-light-emitting diode device being connected to the second substrate;

etching the first semiconductor layer, the active layer and the second semiconductor layer in a same time to define a size
of the micro-light-emitting diode device; and

removing the first substrate.

US Pat. No. 9,196,873

DISPLAY PANEL PIXEL UNIT AND DISPLAY PANEL USING THE SAME

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A display panel pixel unit, comprising:
a first electrode layer;
a light-emitting element disposed on the first electrode layer and having a light-emitting surface facing away from the first
electrode layer; and

a light-filtering layer formed on the first electrode layer and forms an accommodation space with the first electrode layer
to accommodate at least a portion of the light-emitting element;

wherein the light-filtering layer has a light-filtering area and a non light-filtering area, the light-filtering area corresponds
a portion of the first electrode layer not exposed by the light-emitting element, and the non light-filtering area corresponds
to the light-emitting surface.

US Pat. No. 9,105,228

ORGANIC LIGHT EMITTING DIODE DISPLAY DEVICE FOR IMPROVING DISPLAY QUALITY AND METHOD FOR DRIVING ORGANIC LIGHT EMITTING DIODE DISPLAY PANEL

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A method for driving an organic light emitting diode display panel comprising:
in a reset period, simultaneously enabling a plurality of scanning signals received by a plurality of pixels of the organic
light emitting diode display panel, and setting a plurality of data-voltages received by the pixels to a reference-voltage;

in a threshold voltage cancelling period, simultaneously enabling a system-high-voltage received by the pixels and the scanning
signal, and setting the data-voltages to the reference-voltage; and

in a scanning period, sequentially enabling the scanning signals, and setting the data-voltages according to the corresponded
displaying data within a plurality of displaying data,

wherein the organic light emitting diode display panel displays a three-dimensional screen constituted by a first eye image
and a second eye image, the enabling sequence of the scanning signals in the scanning period of a first sub-frame period of
a first frame period is opposite to the enabling sequence of the scanning signals in scanning period of a second sub-frame
period of a second frame period, the enabling sequence of the scanning signals in the scanning period of a third sub-frame
period of the first frame period is opposite to the enabling sequence of the scanning signals in the scanning period of a
fourth sub-frame period of the second frame period, the first sub-frame period and the second sub-frame period are corresponded
to the first eye image, and the third sub-frame period and the fourth sub-frame period are corresponded to the second eye
image.

US Pat. No. 9,075,487

TOUCH PANEL

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A touch panel, assembled with a display panel, the touch panel comprising:
a substrate;
a touch sensing element, disposed on the substrate to define an active region;
a plurality of transmission lines, connected to the touch sensing element;
a first frame structure, disposed on the substrate and surrounding the active region to define a first periphery region, and
the transmission lines are at least partially located on a top surface of the first frame structure; and

a second frame structure, disposed on the substrate and surrounding the first frame structure, wherein the second frame structure
is disposed at an outer border of the first periphery region, the second frame structure at least partially covers the first
frame structure, a material of the first frame structure is different from a material of the second frame structure, and the
first frame structure and the second frame structure are disposed between the substrate and the display panel.

US Pat. No. 9,500,342

LIGHT EMITTING DEVICE

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A light emitting device, comprising:
a plurality of units, each of the plurality of units comprising a light emitting region and a light-transmitting region, wherein
in at least one unit, at least two sides of the light emitting region are surrounded by the light-transmitting region, and

wherein each of the plurality of units comprises a first colored light region, a second colored light region, and a third
colored light region which are disposed in the light emitting region, and the light-transmitting region is passed through
by a light, such that the light is transmitted out of the light emitting device, and

wherein the light-transmitting regions of the plurality of units form a light-transmitting mesh pattern, the light-transmitting
mesh pattern comprises a plurality of openings, and the light emitting region of each of the plurality of units is located
within the openings of the light-transmitting mesh pattern.

US Pat. No. 9,501,141

DISPLAY SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR ADJUSTING VISIBLE RANGE

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A display device, comprising:
an image processing device configured to capture and process images of a plurality of objects to obtain positions of the plurality
of objects, wherein when a distance between at least two of the plurality of objects is smaller than a predetermined distance,
the image processing device sets the at least two objects as a first group and sets an object of the plurality of objects
that is closest to the first group as a first object, according to the positions of the plurality of objects; and

a 3D (three-dimensional) display device configured to adjust a visible range according to positions of the first group and
the first object;

wherein the image processing device sets a distance between a center point of the first group and a center point between the
first group and the first object to be a first distance, wherein the 3D display device adjusts the visible range according
to the first distance.

US Pat. No. 9,341,873

MANUFACTURING METHOD OF A FLEXIBLE DISPLAY PANEL COMPRISING A CONTACT HOLE FORMED IN A BUFFER LAYER

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A manufacturing method of a flexible display panel, comprising:
forming a release layer on a carrier substrate;
forming a buffer layer on the release layer;
forming an active element on the buffer layer;
forming a pad in the buffer layer during the formation of the active element, wherein the pad is electrically connected to
the active element, and the formation of the pad comprises:

forming a first contact hole in the buffer layer; and
filling a conductive material into the first contact hole so as to form the pad in the first contact hole;
forming a display device electrically connected to the active element on the active element, wherein the display device comprises
a pixel electrode, an opposite electrode and a display medium layer located between the pixel electrode and the opposite electrode;

removing the release layer to separate the buffer layer from the carrier substrate and to expose the pad; and
electrically connecting the pad to a signal transmission circuit.

US Pat. No. 9,341,950

METHOD OF FORMING PATTERNED LAYER, METHOD OF FORMING PATTERNED PHOTORESIST LAYER, AND ACTIVE DEVICE ARRAY SUBSTRATE

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A method of forming a patterned layer, comprising:
forming a photoresist layer on a layer;
disposing the layer with the photoresist layer formed thereon in an exposure apparatus, wherein the exposure apparatus exposes
the photoresist layer on the layer to form a plurality of strip exposed patterns on the layer, and the exposure apparatus
comprising:

a light source;
a lens group disposed between the photoresist layer and the light source, the lens group comprising a plurality of strip lenses
arranged parallel to each other, wherein an overlapping region between any two neighboring strip lenses is defined as a lens
connecting region, and the other regions excluding the lens connecting regions are defined as a plurality of lens regions;

a mask disposed between the photoresist layer and the lens group, wherein the mask has a plurality of shielding patterns,
an outline of the shielding patterns corresponds to the strip exposed patterns, each of the shielding patterns respectively
has a strip opening, and an extension direction of the strip openings is substantially parallel to an extension direction
of the shielding patterns;

performing a development process on the photoresist layer, so as to form a patterned photoresist layer on the layer; and
patterning the layer by using the patterned photoresist layer as a mask.

US Pat. No. 9,239,653

TOUCH PANEL AND METHOD OF FABRICATING THE SAME

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A touch panel, comprising:
a substrate having a touch-sensing region and a peripheral region adjacent to the touch-sensing region;
a touch-sensing circuit disposed on the touch-sensing region of the substrate; and
a plurality of fan-out traces disposed on the peripheral region of the substrate and electrically connected to the touch-sensing
circuit, and each of the fan-out traces comprising:

a first conductive line disposed on the peripheral region of the substrate;
a first dielectric layer disposed on the peripheral region of the substrate to cover the first conductive line, wherein the
first dielectric layer has at least one contact window located above the first conductive line; and

a second conductive line disposed on the first dielectric layer, wherein the first conductive line and the second conductive
line of a same fan-out trace are electrically connected to each other through the contact windows, and the first conductive
line and the second conductive line which are electrically connected to each other substantially have a same pattern.

US Pat. No. 9,214,105

DISPLAY PANEL AND TESTING METHOD THEREOF

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A testing method of a display panel, comprising:
providing a display panel, the display panel comprising:
a first substrate, a second substrate, and a display medium located between the first substrate and the second substrate;
a plurality of data lines and a plurality of scan lines, the scan lines and the data lines being located on the first substrate
within the display region;

a plurality of pixel units located on the first substrate within the display region, each of the pixel units being electrically
connected to one of the scan lines and one of the data lines;

at least one testing line located on the first substrate within the non-display region, the scan lines crossing over the at
least one testing line and being electrically insulated from the at least one testing line; and

at least one testing pad located on the first substrate within the non-display region, the at least one testing pad being
electrically connected to the at least one testing line,

wherein one of the scan lines in the display panel has a line defect;
performing a melting and connecting process on an area where the at least one testing line crosses over the one of the scan
lines having the line defect, such that the at least one testing line is electrically connected to the one of the scan lines
having the line defect;

electrically connecting the at least one testing line to a common voltage line;
inputting a testing signal to the one of the scan lines having the line defect and measuring an output signal received from
the at least one testing pad; and

electrically insulating a portion of the at least one testing line, electrically connected to the scan line having the line
defect, from the common voltage line before the testing signal is input to the one of the scan lines having the line defect.

US Pat. No. 9,207,473

METHOD OF DISASSEMBLING LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY

AU OPTRONICS (SUZHOU) COR...

1. A method of disassembling a liquid crystal display comprising a plastic frame, an optical film, a LCD panel and a double-sided
tape, wherein the plastic frame comprises a first inner surface, a second inner surface, a first loading plane, and a second
loading plane, and the first inner surface surrounding to form a first accommodation space therein, the second inner surface
surrounding to form a second accommodation space therein and the second accommodation is in communication with the first accommodation
space, and is larger than the first accommodation space, the first loading plane connected to both of the first inner surface
and the second inner surface, and the second loading plane defined as an outer surface of the plastic frame connected to the
second inner surface, the LCD panel disposed in the second accommodation space and stacked on the first loading plane and
the optical film is received in the first accommodation space, the double-sided tape comprises an enclosing part having a
first central opening, and a first protruding part being adjacent to the outer edge of a corner of the enclosing part, two
opposite sides of the double-sided tape are respectively defined as a first adhering surface and a second adhering surface,
the second adhering surface adheres to the LCD panel, the first adhering surface of the enclosing part adheres to the optical
film and the first loading plane, the first adhering surface of the first protruding part is bended to adhere to the second
inner surface and the second loading plane, and the method of disassembling the liquid crystal display comprises:
pressing a portion of the first protruding part corresponding to the second loading plane, so the plastic frame is deformed,
and at this moment the first adhering surface of the double-sided tape still adheres the optical film and the plastic frame,
with the deformation of the plastic frame, one corner of the LCD panel is released from the second adhering surface of the
double-sided tape; and

lifting the released corner of the LCD panel till the LCD panel is totally removed from the double-sided tape.

US Pat. No. 9,158,343

TOUCH PANEL AND METHOD OF FABRICATING THE SAME

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A touch panel, comprising:
a substrate;
a first patterned conductive layer, located on the substrate and comprising a plurality of first sensing pads and a plurality
of second sensing pads, wherein a gap is formed between two adjacent first sensing pad and second sensing pad;

a patterned passivation layer, located on the first patterned conductive layer, covering the gaps, and exposing at least a
portion of each first sensing pad and at least a portion of each second sensing pad, wherein the patterned passivation layer
is mesh-shaped; and

a second patterned conductive layer, located on the patterned passivation layer.

US Pat. No. 10,129,988

DISPLAY PANEL COMPRISING A PLURALITY OF PERIPHERAL WIRES HAVING FAN-OUT PORTIONS DISPOSED ON SIDE SURFACES OF FIRST AND SECOND SUBSTRATES

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A display panel, comprising:a first substrate, having at least one first side surface;
a second substrate, disposed opposite to the first substrate, and having at least one second side surface adjacent to the first side surface;
a display medium layer, disposed between the first substrate and the second substrate;
a plurality of first peripheral wires, each of the first peripheral wires comprising a first signal line, a first pad, and a first fan-out portion that is electrically connected to the first signal line and the first pad, wherein the first signal lines are disposed between the first substrate and the second substrate, and the first fan-out portions are disposed on the first side surface of the first substrate; and
a plurality of second peripheral wires, each of the second peripheral wires comprising a second signal line, a second pad, and a second fan-out portion that is electrically connected to the second signal line and the second pad, wherein the second signal lines are disposed between the first substrate and the second substrate, and the second fan-out portions are disposed on the second side surface of the second substrate.

US Pat. No. 9,383,085

LIGHT BAR AND LIGHT EMITTING MODULE USING THE SAME

AU OPTRONICS (SUZHOU) COR...

1. A light bar comprising:
a substrate;
a plurality of light emitting diodes disposed on the substrate;
a first connector disposed at a first end of the substrate, the first connector comprising:
a first pin, at a top of said first end;
a second pin, adjacent to said first pin;
a third pin, adjacent to said second pin; and
a fourth pin, at a bottom of said first end adjacent to said third pin;
a second connector disposed at a second end of the substrate opposite to the first connector, the second connector comprising:
a fifth pin, at a top of said second end;
a sixth pin, adjacent to said fifth pin;
a seventh pin, adjacent to said sixth pin; and
an eighth pin, at a bottom of said second end adjacent to said seventh pin;
a first wire connecting the first pin to the second pin;
a second wire connecting the third pin to the fifth pin;
a third wire connecting the sixth pin to the seventh pin and serially connecting the plurality of light emitting diodes, wherein
all of the plurality of light emitting diodes on the substrate are connected in series between the sixth pin and the seventh
pin; and

a fourth wire connecting the fourth pin to the eighth pin.

US Pat. No. 9,361,828

PIXEL DRIVING CIRCUIT FOR ORGANIC LIGHT EMITTING DIODE DISPLAY AND OPERATING METHOD THEREOF

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A pixel driving circuit for an organic light emitting diode comprising:
a first transistor comprising a first end, a second end, and a gate end;
a second transistor comprising a first end, a second end, and a gate end, wherein the first end of the second transistor is
electrically connected to the first end of the first transistor, the second end of the second transistor is electrically connected
to the gate end of the first transistor, and the gate end of the second transistor is configured to receive a first scan signal;

a third transistor comprising a first end, a second end, and a gate end, wherein the first end of the third transistor is
electrically connected to a first supply voltage source, the second end of the third transistor is electrically connected
to the first end of the first transistor, and the gate end of the third transistor is configured to receive an emitting signal;

a fourth transistor comprising a first end, a second end, and a gate end, wherein the first end of the fourth transistor is
electrically connected to a data input end, the second end of the fourth transistor is electrically connected to the second
end of the first transistor, and the gate end of the fourth transistor is configured to receive a second scan signal;

a fifth transistor comprising a first end, a second end, and a gate end, wherein the first end of the fifth transistor is
electrically connected to the second end of the first transistor, and the gate end of the fifth transistor is configured to
receive the emitting signal;

an organic light emitting diode comprising a first end and a second end, wherein the first end of the organic light emitting
diode is electrically connected to the second end of the fifth transistor, and the second end of the organic light emitting
diode is electrically connected to a second supply voltage source; and

a capacitor comprising a first end and a second end, wherein the first end of the capacitor is configured to receive a third
scan signal, and the second end of the capacitor is electrically connected to the gate end of the first transistor.

US Pat. No. 9,086,766

TOUCH PANEL AND TOUCH DISPLAY PANEL

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A touch panel, comprising:
a substrate;
a plurality of driving electrode series, disposed on the substrate, wherein each of the plurality of driving electrode series
comprises a driving electrode trunk extending along a first direction and a plurality of driving electrode branches extending
along a second direction, the first direction being different from the second direction extending along a first direction;
and

a plurality of sensing electrode series, disposed on the substrate, wherein each of the plurality of sensing electrode series
comprises a sensing electrode trunk extending along the second direction and a plurality of sensing electrode branches extending
along the first direction, the plurality of driving electrode trunks and the plurality of sensing electrode trunks being intersected
to constitute a plurality of sensing units, each sensing unit having a center region and a surrounding region, wherein the
center region is located inside the surrounding region, wherein one of a sensing electrode trunk and one of the adjacent driving
electrode branch disposed in the center region form a capacitor and a first electrode spacing along the first direction, and
the same sensing electrode trunk and another one of the adjacent driving electrode branch disposed in the surrounding region
form a capacitor and a second spacing along the first direction, and the second electrode spacing is smaller than the first
electrode spacing.

US Pat. No. 9,075,272

LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY PANEL HAVING POSITIVE BLUE PHASE LIQUID CRYSTAL LAYER

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A liquid crystal display panel comprising:
a first substrate;
a second substrate disposed opposite to the first substrate;
a plurality of pixel structures disposed on the first substrate and between the first substrate and the second substrate,
each pixel structure comprising:

a first electrode disposed on the first substrate;
a dielectric layer covering the first electrode;
at least a second electrode disposed on the dielectric layer, overlapped with the first electrode, and electrically connected
to the first electrode;

at least a third electrode disposed on the dielectric layer and overlapped with the first electrode, wherein the third electrode
substantially surrounds the second electrode in a closed-loop form and is spaced apart a distance from the second electrode;
and

a positive blue phase liquid crystal layer disposed between the first substrate and the second substrate, wherein the positive
blue phase liquid crystal layer comprises a plurality of positive blue phase liquid crystal molecules plurality of positive
blue phase liquid crystal molecules,

wherein the first electrode and the second electrode comprise a first pixel electrode, and the third electrode comprises a
second pixel electrode.

US Pat. No. 9,057,806

LIGHT SOURCE AND BACKLIGHT MODULE HAVING THE SAME

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A planar light source comprising:
a first reflector;
a plurality of light bars configured on the first reflector;
a light guide plate configured on the first reflector to cover the light bars, the light guide plate having a first surface,
a second surface opposite to the first surface, and a plurality of convex couplers separated from one another and located
on the second surface, each of the convex couplers having a bar structure, wherein each of the light bars is located between
two adjacent convex couplers of the convex couplers, and light emitted from each of the light bars enters the light guide
plate from at least one sidewall of at least one of the convex couplers and leaves the light guide plate via the first surface;

a plurality of second reflectors, wherein the second reflectors are configured on part of the second surface in which none
of the convex couplers is located; and

a plurality of light leakage restraining layers located on a bottom surface of the convex coupler, wherein each of the light
leakage restraining layers being respectively configured between one of the convex couplers and the first reflector such that
each of the light restraining layers is in contact with the first reflector.

US Pat. No. 9,047,831

LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY PANEL AND DISPLAY DRIVING METHOD

AU OPTRONICS (SUZHOU) COR...

1. A liquid crystal display panel, comprising:
a plurality of data lines;
a plurality of scan lines;
a plurality of common electrode lines;
a plurality of pixel units coupled to the data lines and the scan lines, wherein each of the pixel units comprises a storage
capacitor;

a plurality of voltage buffer circuits, wherein each of the voltage buffer circuits comprises an output end, a first input
end, a second input end and a third input end, the output end of each voltage buffer circuit is coupled to one of the common
electrode lines, the first input end of each voltage buffer circuit is coupled to a first common voltage source, and the second
input end of each voltage buffer circuit is coupled to a second common voltage source; and

a plurality of common electrode controller units, wherein each of the common electrode controller units comprises an output
end, a first input end, a second input end and a third input end, the output end of each common electrode controller unit
is coupled to the third input end of one of the voltage buffer circuits, the first input end and the second input end of each
common electrode controller unit are respectively coupled to two adjacent scan lines, and the third input end of each common
electrode controller unit is coupled to a common electrode controller signal source;

wherein each voltage buffer circuit comprises a complementary metal oxide semiconductor switch and a capacitor component,
the complementary metal oxide semiconductor switch comprises a high voltage input end, a low voltage input end, a control
end and an output end, the high voltage input end of the complementary metal oxide semiconductor switch is coupled to the
first input end of the voltage buffer circuit, the low voltage input end of the complementary metal oxide semiconductor switch
is coupled to the second input end of the voltage buffer circuit, the control end of the complementary metal oxide semiconductor
switch is coupled to the third input end of the voltage buffer circuit, and the output end of the complementary metal oxide
semiconductor switch is coupled to the output end of the voltage buffer circuit, and the capacitor component is coupled to
the control end of the complementary metal oxide semiconductor switch, and the capacitor component stores the input signal
of the control end of the complementary metal oxide semiconductor switch to keep the operation state of the voltage buffer
circuit, thereby maintaining a voltage level of the common electrode line.

US Pat. No. 9,423,663

METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING PATTERNED LAYER AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING ELECTROCHROMIC DEVICE

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A method for manufacturing a patterned layer, comprising:
providing a substrate into a sputtering chamber, the substrate having a first surface and a second surface opposite to the
first surface;

providing a material source in the sputtering chamber for supplying a plurality of charged particles, wherein the first surface
of the substrate faces the material source;

providing a magnetic element in the sputtering chamber, wherein the second surface is arranged between the magnetic element
and the first surface; and

depositing the charged particles via sputtering on the first surface by utilizing the magnetic element, and thereby forming
a patterned layer.

US Pat. No. 9,070,342

DISPLAY PANEL WITH PRE-CHARGING OPERATIONS, AND METHOD FOR DRIVING THE SAME

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A display panel, comprising:
a plurality of data lines comprising a first data line and a second data line adjacent to the first data line; and
a source driver coupled to the data lines, the source driver comprising:
a first latching unit for outputting a first latter sample data signal;
a second latching circuit for outputting a second latter sample data signal;
a first multiplexing unit having a first input end and a second input end, wherein the first input end of the first multiplexing
unit is coupled to an output end of the first latching unit, and the second input end of the first multiplexing unit is coupled
to an output end of the second latching unit;

a second multiplexing unit having a first input end and a second input end thereof, wherein the first input end of the second
multiplexing unit is coupled to the output end of the second latching unit, and the second input end of the second multiplexing
unit is coupled to the output end of the first latching unit;

a third latching unit coupled to an output end of the first multiplexing unit for outputting a first former sample data signal;
a fourth latching unit coupled to an output end of the second multiplexing unit for outputting a second former sample data
signal;

a first level shifting circuit coupled to the third latching unit for receiving the first former sample data signal and outputting
a first level shifted data signal;

a second level shifting circuit coupled to the fourth latching unit for receiving the second former sample data signal outputted
by the second latching circuit and outputting a second level shifted data signal;

a first digital to analog converting circuit for converting the first level shifted data signal to a first analog signal;
a second digital to analog converting circuit for converting the second level shifted data signal to a second analog signal;
a first operational amplifying circuit for processing the first analog signal to generate a first output data signal;
a second operational amplifying circuit for processing the second analog signal to generate a second output data signal;
a transmission switch circuit coupled to the first data line and the second data line, wherein the transmission switch circuit
is activated in accordance with a polarity signal and a control signal, such that the first output data signal and the second
output data signal are transmitted through the transmission switch circuit;

a switch control circuit for comparing an MSB (Most Significant Bit) of the first former sample data signal with an MSB of
the first latter sample data signal and comparing an MSB of the second former sample data signal with an MSB of the second
latter sample data signal, wherein the switch control circuit generates a first switch control signal when the MSB of the
first former sample data signal is different from the MSB of the first latter sample data signal, and the switch control circuit
generates a second switch control signal when the MSB of the second former sample data signal is different from the MSB of
the second latter sample data signal;

a first pre-charge switch circuit coupled to the first data line and the switch control circuit, wherein the first pre-charge
switch circuit is activated in accordance with the first switch control signal, the polarity signal and the control signal
when the transmission switch circuit is deactivated, such that the first data line is pre-charged by one of a first pre-charge
voltage and a second pre-charge voltage through the first pre-charge switch circuit; and

a second pre-charge switch circuit coupled to the second data line and the switch control circuit, wherein the second pre-charge
switch circuit is activated in accordance with the second switch control signal, the polarity signal and the control signal
when the transmission switch circuit is deactivated, such that the second data line is pre-charged by the other of the first
pre-charge voltage and the second pre-charge voltage through the second pre-charge switch circuit.

US Pat. No. 9,406,733

PIXEL STRUCTURE

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A pixel structure, comprising:
a data line and a scan line;
at least one active device electrically connected with the data line and the scan line;
a light emitting device electrically connected with the active device, wherein the light emitting device comprises:
a first electrode layer;
a light emitting layer disposed on the first electrode layer; and
a second electrode layer disposed on the light emitting layer, wherein the second electrode layer is electrically connected
with the active device; and

an auxiliary electrode electrically insulated from the active device and disposed at a side of the light emitting device,
wherein the auxiliary electrode is electrically connected with the first electrode layer of the light emitting device.

US Pat. No. 9,406,902

FLEXIBLE DISPLAY PANEL HAVING FOLDING AREAS AND NON-FOLDING AREAS

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A flexible display panel comprising:
a first flexible substrate having a plurality of non-folding areas and at least one folding area located between the non-folding
areas, the non-folding areas being separated;

a second flexible substrate configured above the first flexible substrate;
a display medium configured between the first flexible substrate and the second flexible substrate; and
a sealant configured on the first flexible substrate to surround the display medium, wherein elasticity of the sealant in
the at least one folding area is greater than elasticity of the sealant in the non-folding areas, wherein the sealant comprises:

a plurality of first portions distributed in the non-folding areas, the first portions being separated; and
a plurality second portions connected to the first portions and distributed in the at least one folding area, wherein the
first portions and the second portions together constitute a close-ended ring-shaped pattern, wherein there is no sealant
in the display medium.

US Pat. No. 9,347,693

SUPPORTING ASSEMBLY

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A supporting assembly for a solar cell lamination, the supporting assembly comprising:
a frame member comprising:
a first flange;
a second flange substantially parallel with the first flange; and
a first wall connecting the first flange and the second flange, such that the first flange, the second flange and the first
wall cooperate to define a space for accommodating the solar cell lamination;

a column member for supporting the frame member, wherein the column member has an end surface facing the frame member, the
end surface has a proximal half portion and a distal half portion respectively proximal and distal to a central axis of the
frame member, and an imaginary vertical projection of the first wall on the end surface falls on the distal half portion;
and

an adapter member for connecting the column member and the frame member, wherein the adapter member comprises:
a supporting plate, wherein the frame member and the end surface of the column member respectively abut opposite surfaces
of the supporting plate; and

at least one fixing plate connected to a bottom surface of the supporting plate in a substantially perpendicular way to fix
the adapter member on the column member.

US Pat. No. 9,075,263

DISPLAY APPARATUS

Au Optronics Corporation,...

1. A display apparatus comprising:
a display panel disposed between a first polarizer and a second polarizer, a first light-transmission axis direction of the
first polarizer being substantially perpendicular to a second light-transmission axis direction of the second polarizer, the
first light-transmission axis direction intersecting a horizontal axis direction by approximately 45 degrees, the display
panel having at least one first area and at least one second area, the at least one first area and the at least one second
area respectively having a plurality of pixel units arranged in arrays, a row direction of the pixel units being parallel
to the horizontal axis direction, each of the pixel units having:

a first sub-pixel area comprising a first alignment area and a second alignment area, a first alignment direction of the first
alignment area being substantially perpendicular to the horizontal axis direction, a second alignment direction of the second
alignment area intersecting the first light-transmission axis direction by about 0 degree to about 45 degrees, the second
alignment direction being not perpendicular to the horizontal axis direction; and

a second sub-pixel area comprising a third alignment area and a fourth alignment area, a third alignment direction of the
third alignment area being substantially perpendicular to the horizontal axis direction, the third alignment direction being
opposite to the first alignment direction, a fourth alignment direction of the fourth alignment area intersecting the second
light-transmission axis direction by about 0 degree to about 45 degrees, the fourth alignment direction being not perpendicular
to the horizontal axis direction,

wherein when the display panel is in a narrow viewing angle display mode, a driving voltage at the second sub-pixel areas
in the at least one first area is substantially higher than a driving voltage at the first sub-pixel areas in the at least
one first area, and a driving voltage at the first sub-pixel areas in the at least one second area is substantially higher
than a driving voltage at the second sub-pixel areas in the at least one second area.

US Pat. No. 9,153,601

SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE

AU OPTRONICS CORPORATION,...

1. A semiconductor device, comprising:
a substrate;
a gate electrode disposed on the substrate;
an insulating layer covering the gate electrode;
a source electrode and a drain electrode, wherein the source electrode and the drain electrode are positioned on the insulating
layer;

a semiconductor channel layer disposed on the insulating layer, wherein the semiconductor channel layer connects the source
electrode and the drain electrode;

a first passivation layer covering the semiconductor channel layer, the source electrode and the drain electrode, wherein
the first passivation layer includes silicon oxide; and

a second passivation layer disposed on the first passivation layer, wherein the second passivation layer includes silicon
nitride, and the second passivation layer has a hydrogen concentration of about 2.0×1022 atom/cm3 to about 3.11×1022 atom/cm3.