BOE, a leading Chinese display manufacturer and the company responsible for the spectacular LED stand at the recent Winter Olympics opening ceremony, has reportedly developed a new technology that it believes could solve the burn-in problem in OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) screens that leaves visible, long-lasting marks. According to Android Authority, OLED screens are made of self-luminous organic materials which inevitably age, with uneven aging leading to burn-in problems on the screens. A patent filing originally made in 2018 but which has only just come to light, suggests that BOE has developed a method that makes the aging process more consistent across the screen by auto-detecting static pixels and adjusting the display position of the next frame to even out the effects of the stationary pixels. The micro movements are small enough that they cannot be detected by the human eye, but could have a major impact on the screen’s lifecycle. [ijiwei, in Chinese]