American Semiconductor Demonstrates SoP-HEMI™ Spherical CHIPS for Ocular and Image Sensor Applications

A flexible die mounted on a spherical surface

In another display of American innovation, American Semiconductor (ASI) demonstrated spherical IC assembly resulting from continued research and development of the U.S. company’s Semiconductor-on-Polymer WLCSP process. ASI is well known for making the thinnest ICs in the world by applying its Semiconductor-on-Polymer WLCSP process to a variety of chips. Applications to date have focused on utilizing the radically thin advanced packaging technology’s ability to bend or twist. The new work demonstrates dome shaped or “Hemi” ICs that enable advances in smart-contacts, ocular implants and image sensors.

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