Recent MicroLED Developments From Plessey, Others To Enable New Augmented and Mixed Reality Display Applications

Clifton Dawson, Principal Analyst Augmented Reality, Augmented Reality Intelligence Service, Devices & Technology, Head-Mounted Displays, Insight Articles, Semiconductors

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Innovations in microdisplays are leading to new visual computing applications, including AR/VR. As a result, the augmented reality near-eye displays market is expected to see a significant increase in the number of microLED-based display devices available for consumer and enterprise end-users over the next few years.

This week, Plessey, a UK-based specialty provider of microLED technology for augmented and mixed reality (AR/MR) and virtual reality displays, announced the availability of a 2.5-micron pixel pitch ultra-high resolution microLED display. When embedded into AR/MR displays, the Plessey microLED will afford larger displays and higher resolutions of viewable images.

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