MojoVision raises $22.4 million to bring its microLED microdisplay technology to market

MicroLED microdisplay developer Mojo Vision announced that it has raised $22.4 million in a Series A investment round, to further develop and commercialize its microLED display technology. 

Mojo Vision 14k PPI Micro-LED display prototype photo

The funding round is led by existing investors, NEA and Khosla Ventures, with participation from additional investors including Dolby Family Ventures and more.


A few years ago, Mojo Vision announced that it has developed a 14,000 PPI monochrome (green) microLED microdisplay, that is the world's highest density microdisplay. The company now states that its technology can reach up to 28,000 PPI. Its full-color technology enables high brightness (over 1 million nits) and is based on sub-micron blue microLEDs and inkjet printed QD for color conversion. Its displays adopt micro-lens arrays, and its process is based on 300 mm silicon wafers.

Mojo Vision started as a smart contact lens developer, and raised over $200 million to develop several technologies, including a very high density microdisplay. In early 2022 Mojo Vision announced that it has raised $45 million in its Series B-1 round,. In 2023, the company laid of most of its employees, stopped developing the contact lenses and focused entirely on the microLED microdisplay.

Posted: Apr 05,2023 by Ron Mertens