microLED displays

Plessey and Vuzix Partner on MicroLED-based AR and MR Smart Glasses

Plessey Semiconductors of Plymouth, England, reported that it is partnering with Vuzix, a developer of technology for Smart Glasses. The goal of the partnership is to create the necessary technologies for a new generation of Artificial Reality (AR) Smart Glasses, using a combination of Plessey’s microLED light source product family, …

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Light Polymers Introduces Crystallin PDC Phosphor Down Conversion Films for Mini and Micro-LEDs

Light Polymers, a nanochemistry firm specializing in lyotropic liquid crystals introduced its Crystallin technology for emerging micro and mini LED display applications. According to the company, the new material, based on its lyotropic liquid crystal technology, Crystallin will accelerate adoption of micro and mini-LEDs in displays for automotive, laptops, desktops, …

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Kulicke and Soffa Industries Partners with Rohinni on Mini and Micro LED Solutions

Kulicke and Soffa Industries, Inc., a packaging and electronics assembly firm based in Singapore, reported that it has entered into a licensing agreement with Rohinni LLC (Rohinni) of Idaho, USA to help design, commercialize, and distribute next-generation micro and mini LED solutions. Next-generation LED technologies may improve efficiency and reduce …

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Micro-LED Display Startup VueReal Raises $10.5 Million and Collaborates with Veeco to Develop Mass Transfer Techniques

Micro-LED display startup VueReal of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, has raised $10.5 Million on initial closing of Series A Funding. The company also reported a collaboration with MOCVD equipment maker Veeco to help solve issues related to micro LED mass production and mass transfer for display fabrication. VueReal says it will …

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Samsung Debuts 146-Inch Modular MicroLED TV

On January 7, Just before CES 2018, Samsung unveiled its new 146-inch modular microLED TV at the Enclave event venue in Las Vegas. The company apply named the modular TV “The Wall”, which it describes as the first modular TV for consumers. The Wall employs a bezel-less modular structure utilizing …

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