MicroLED technology is a next-generation emissive display technology that promises highly efficient and bright displays that offer superior image quality with infinite contrast and a wide color gamut. MicroLEDs are an excellent fit for microdisplays - as it can offer extremely bright and efficient displays with very fine pixel pitches.
Microdisplays are very small displays (usually under 1-inch) used in near-eye applications such as AR glasses, camera view finders and rifle sights. Most microdisplays on the market are either LCoS or OLED displays.
Many companies are developing high-end MicroLED microdisplays, and some of these are already offering initial products on the market. Some examples of such companies include Plessey (owned by Facebook), Jade Bird Display and Lumiode. MicroLED microdisplays are not in mass production, although some companies are already sampling simple monochrome displays.
Microdisplays use a high-end silicon backplane, and microLED microdisplays can be produced using a monolithic process - which means that the LEDs can be fabricated directly on the silicon wafer, or transferred to it in a process that is simpler compared to a TFT-glass transfer process.
The MicroLED and OLED Microdisplays Market Report
Our MicroLED and OLED Microdisplays provides a great introduction to both MicroLED and OLED microdisplays, and covers everything you need to know about next-generation microdisplays. This is a great guide if you're considering to adopt microdisplays in your product and if you want to understand this industry better.
This market report covers everything you need to know about next-generation microdisplays. This is a great guide if you're considering to adopt microdisplays in your product and if you want to understand this industry better. Read more here!
The latest MicroLED Microdisplays news:
PlayNitride had an impressive Displayweek booth, with several exciting microLED displays on show - including transparent displays, tiled displays, automotive displays, PM-uLEDs and more.
Last week we posted a story detailing these displays, and now we found this good video by Insight Media that gives a great tour to the booth and the displays on show. Enjoy!
Smart glasses developer Vuzix announced it has signed a series of agreement with Atomistic, that will give Vuzix an exclusive license of Atomistic's microLED microdisplay technology, that will have Atomistic design a custom backplane for Vuzix - and dependent upon achievement of various technical stages, the ability of Vuzix to acquire the company.
Atomistic has developed a novel approach to develop microLED microdisplays based on its material platform, which enables red, green and blue microLEDs based on the a single epitaxial structure. The team will develop microLED backplanes on 300 mm wafers.
PlayNitride demonstrates its latest microLED display prototypes and technologies at SID Displayweek 2022.
At the entrance to PlayNitride's booth, you can see a long 132-inch tiled microLED display, made from 192 modules (each 5" in size). The 7680x1080 59PPI display is completely seamless and offers 3,000 nits and a 116% NTSC color gamut.
Porous-GaN material platform developer Porotech announced a strategic partnership with IQE, a supplier of compound semiconductor wafer products and advanced material solutions.
The two companies aim to jointly develop, scale and commercialize Porotech’s unique microLED wafer technology that achieves all three colors (RGB) on a single 200 or 300mm GaN-based wafer.
Porous-GaN material platform developer Porotech announced a new technology that it brands as DynamicPixelTuning that makes it possible to create full-color or tunable-color monochrome displays using identical pixels from a single wafer.
Porotech says that DynamicPixelTuning displays will offer high color uniformity without the use of complex fabrication processes. The technology is applicable for all microLED display types, from microdisplays to mobile displays to TV displays.
Porous-GaN material platform developer Porotech is demonstrating its latest microLED display prototypes at Touch Taiwan 2022. The company is showing 1920x1080 monochrome microidsplays, that achieve over 2 million nits of brightness. All displays use native indium gallium nitride (InGaN)-based LEDs.
The company says it is the first to demonstrate all three-color light emitting elements made from a single material and toolchain. This include Porotech's native red InGaN display at 614-625nm wavelength.
AR developer Mojo Vision announced that it has developed a new prototype of its innovative Mojo Lens display system, which is an AR-powered contact lens based display.
The display part of this system is still based on a 14,000 PPI monochrome (green) microLED microdisplay, which is less than 0.5 mm in diameter.
Today we published new versions of our market reports - that cover different segments of the microLED industry. MicroLED-Info provides comprehensive niche MicroLED market reports, and our reports cover everything you need to know about the niche market, and can be useful if you want to understand how the MicroLED industry works and what this technology can provide for your own industry. The reports are now updated to April 2022.
- Different transfer technologies and process
- Information on all companies involved in this industry
- Future technologies and roadmaps
- Information on transfer-less production
The report package also provides a complete list of microLED transfer process developers and their current (and future) products, and over 15 presentations and papers. Read more here!