Sony demonstrated two of its Micro-LED Crystal-LED "CLEDIS" integrated displays at ISE 2018. Sony's main displays at ISE was a large 8K x 2K Crystal-LED display, that reportedly was very impressive. Sony also demonstrated a small "Baby" Crystal-LED display, about 120-inch in size, at its booth.

Sony CLEDIS (2018)

According to Sony employees at the booth, the large CLEDIS took around 50 hours to build, and the cost of such a display is around $1.8 million. The smaller CLEDIS at around 120" will cost bout $500,000. I wish to thank Omar Ayers for providing the photos and the information from ISE.

Sony baby CLEDIS, ISE-2018

Sony first introduced its Micro-LED displays in 2012, with a 55" Full-HD Display. In 2016 it introduced its first large-area tiled Micro-LED which it called Crystal-LED integrated display, or CLEDIS.



Sony Crystal-LED (CLEDIS) demonstration (ISE 2018)

CLEDIS displays are made from 320 x 360 ZRD1 modules (403 x 453 mm in size). These are bulky modules, each 10Kg in weight and 100 mm thick. The tiled displays are completely seamless.

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question about posting article

"the large CLEDIS took around 50 hours to build" means the time to transfer million micro-LEDs or just to assemble several modules or including both ?

In my opinion, 50 hours seem to be very short to transfer micro-LEDs for 8K-2K display, which is a kind of break-through. Can you explain more detail for that?

I believe they refer to the

I believe they refer to the time it took to build the display from the modules, not to produce these modules.