MicroLED display developers


US-based Q-Pixel is an early stage company that develops microLED microdisplays.

The company's proprietary Polychromatic microLED technology introduces full-color tunability across a single 4-micron pixel.


Germany-based QubeDot develops and manufactures microLEDs and microLED-displays based on the InGaN material system for particularly high optical performance and switching speeds. Based on the knowledge of several years of research, the company offers customized microLED solutions.

The company's SMILE (Structured Micro Illumination Light Engine) platform is a combination of its microLED-array product range with different pixel numbers, sizes, wavelengths, and intensities, controlled directly from a computer via USB.

Innovation Semiconductor

Innovation Semi logoUS-based Innovation Semiconductor developed (and patented) a monolithic vertical architecture for the production of MicroLED microdisplays, based on a 3D nanowire structure, a single material system and a straightforward and conventional integration between LEDs and GaN transistor.

The company seems to be at an early stage, and has yet to demonstrate its technology.



Innovision logoChina-based Innovision develops microLED microdisplays, based on the company's vertically-stacked pixel (VSP) technology. The company's microdisplays are said to achieve high display densities and efficient operation.

In November 2022, Innovision raised its Series-A funding round of a few USD millions.

Sitan Technology

Sitan Technology logoSitan Technology, established in Shenzhen, China in 2018, develops and produces microLED chips and display modules, including microLED microdisplays. In addition, Sitan offers microLED drivers and inspection equipment. The company has a microLED pilot production line in Longhua, Shenzhen.

Sitan Technology has completed several round of financing, with investors including Xiaomi, Sequoia China, and others. 


In May 2023, the company demonstrated its latest microLED microdisplays and transparent displays.

Leyard Optoelectronics

Leyard logoChina-based Leyard Optoelectronic, established in 1995, produces LED based products, including displays and lighting. The company's main business is large-area LED screens.

In 2020, Leyard announced its entry into the microLED industry, with a partnership with Epister to setup a Mini-LED and Micro-LED production site in Wuxi, China, in a $142 million investment. In 2021 CHN Energy Investment has installed the world's largest microLED display (216-sqm) using Leyard's displays.

Leyard is a public company that trades on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange. Leyard holds 12% in Saphlux, and will adopt its NPDQ color conversion technology in its future microLED displays.

Kura Technologies

Kura Technologies logoUS-based Kura Technologies, established in 2016, develops augmented reality (AR) glasses, and related technologies. The company has wide backing from a range of investors and Universities.

Kura's AR glasses are powered by a microLED microdisplay that company the develops in-house. Kura is also developing its own display controller chipset. The company's Gallium AR glasses offer 8K resolution, full-color, ultra-high brightness and a 150-degree FOV.


Silicon Core logoUS-based SiliconCore, established in 1997, develops driver chips for LED displays, and large scale indoor displays. SiliconCore says that its Common Cathode technology enables the highest performance, coolest operating and brightest direct-emission LED displays.

In recent years SiliconCore develops displays based on miniLEDs and microLEDs.


Raxium logoUS-based Raxium, established in 2017, develops microLED microdisplay technologies.

Raxium did not reveal much about its technology, beyond saying that it developed a monolithic approach to develop microLED microdisplays, with a pixel pitch of 3.5 um.

In early 2022 it was reported that Google acquired the company.