Q-Pixel developed the world's smallest full color microLED pixel, and demonstrated a 10,000 PPI display

US-based Q-Pixel announced that it has developed the world's smallest full-color pixel (1 micron) and demonstrated a 10,000 PPI microLED microdisplay based on its proprietary tunable polychromatic microLED technology (which it brands as TP-LED). 

Q-Pixel's technology enables a single-pixel color-tunable microLED device, and the company's displays are produced using a monolithic process. In May 2023, the company announced a 5,000 PPI full-color microdisplay, so this is fast progress only a few months later. Q-Pixel is a MicroLED Industry Association member.

Posted: Nov 30,2023 by Ron Mertens