In May 2020, China-based MicroLED microdisplay developer Jade Bird Display announced a new 0.13" VGA microdisplay - which it says is the world's smallest microdisplay. JBD today announced that next month it will stat selling these displays.
The JBD4UM480P microLED display is a monochrome 640x480 0.13-inch display, that offers a brightness of 2 million nits (green), 200,000 nits (red) or 150,000 nits (blue), with a power consumption of a few hundred milliwatts under average operation conditions.
JBD offers its customers two types of polychrome solutions based on these monochrome panels - a polychrome module projector with an x-cube prism to combine the images from the three panels, and a set of individual monochrome projectors which requires diffractive waveguides with
multiple layers and input.
Posted: Oct 12,2020 by Ron Mertens