Porotech demonstrates a 0.26" 1280x720 monolithic DPT full-color microLED microdisplay
Porous-GaN material platform developer Porotech has developed a single-panel full color MicroLED microdisplay, based on its Dynamic Pixel Tuning technology. The display is 0.26" in size, with a resolution of 1280x720.
The display is produced using a monolithic process, with a single LED epitaxial growth and a single-step wafer-to-wafer bonding to the CMOS backplane. The company says that the process is simple and that it offers high yields.
MicroLED technologies at SID Display Week 2023 - what to expect
SID Display Week is the display industry's premier display show and this year's event, which will take place on May 21-26, should be an excellent one.
Display Week covers all aspects of the display industry and the whole spectrum of display technologies. MicroLEDs are seen by many to be the next generation display technology, and there will indeed be an increased focus on microLED technologies and displays at the upcoming Display Week.
A new edition of our MicroLED and OLED Microdisplay Market Report released today
Today we published a new edition of our MicroLED and OLED Microdisplays Market Report, with all the latest information. The new edition includes more than 12 new updates, new companies, new datasheets and revamped sections on Samsung, LG Display, Sony, Porotech, JBD, MICLEDI, BOE and more.
Reading this report, you'll learn all about:
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This microdisplays market report provides a great introduction to MicroLED and OLED microdisplays, and covers everything you need to know about the current status of the market and industry. This is a great guide if you're considering to adopt OLED microdisplays in your product, if you're looking to learn more about next-generation micro-LEDs and if you want to understand this industry better.
Porotech demonstrate a full color native GaN microled microdisplay
Porous-GaN material platform developer Porotech has demonstrated a full-color microLED microdisplay, made from the company's GaN LEDs. The company says that this is the world's first public demonstration of such a display.
The display is made using the company's DynamicPixelTuning technology, that makes it possible to create full-color or tunable-color monochrome displays using identical pixels from a single wafer. The company's PoroGaN material allows a modulated current to be leveraged to emit visible light covering the entire color spectrum on a single microLED chip.
Porotech announces a strategic partnership with IQE to produce microLED wafers
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.
Porotech developed a technology that enables tunable microLED pixels
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.
Porotech showcases RGB monochrome FHD microLED microdisplays based on its native InGaN emitters
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.
Porotech raises $20 million to bring its native red InGaN LED technology to market
Porous-GaN material platform developer Porotech announced that it has raised $20 million in its Series A investment funding round. The new funds Will help Porotech mass produce its microLED products,and expand its global reach. The round has been led by Ameba Capital and includes a "multinational electronics giant".
In 2021 Porotech announced it has created the world's first microLED microdisplay based on a native red InGaN LED. The microdisplay was a 0.55" diagonal panel with a resolution of 960x540 Porotech says that its native InGaN red LEDs will offer higher efficiency than currently-used AlInGaP red LEDs. Developing an RGB microdisplay all from InGaN chips will also offer easier driving and process design.
Porotech developed the world's first native InGaN red microLED microdisplay
Porous-GaN material platform developer Porotech announced that it has created the world's first microLED microdisplay based on a native red InGaN LED. The microdisplay is a 0.55" diagonal panel with a resolution of 960x540.
Porotech says that its native InGaN red LEDs will offer higher efficiency than currently-used AlInGaP red LEDs. Developing an RGB microdisplay all from InGaN chips will also offer easier driving and process design.
Porotech to supply JBD with red InGaN epiwafers for microLED displays
Porous-GaN material platform developer Porotech announced a partnership with Jade Bird Display (JBD). Under the agreement, Porotech provide JBD with its porous gallium nitride (GaN) technology.
Porotech says its native red InGaN LED epiwafer is not commercial. JBD now plans to use Porotech's porous GaN templates to manufacture InGaN-based red micro-LED displays for use in applications such as VR/AR headsets, AR smart sports goggles and head-up displays.