MEMs Displays


TriLite and Dispelix to create AR glasses projection display

by Bob Raikes

What They Say Trilite of Austria has combined with Dispelix of Finland to optimise the Trilite laser beam scanning (LBS) projector with the Dispelix waveguide. The Trixel 3 projector is said to be the …

Tags:Augmented Reality| Laser Projectors| MEMs Displays| Waveguide Display

Schott’s High-index AR Wafer Halves Waveguide Weight

by Bob Raikes

What They Say At Photonics West, Schott highlighted its high refractive index glass RealView 1.9 lightweight ultra which it said allows ‘up to 50% lighter’ waveguides without reducing image quality. It also said that …

Tags:AR Glasses| Glass| LED| MEMs Displays

Mirrorcle Technologies Demonstrates a Programmable Light Source

by Arthur Berman

Mirrorcle Technologies Inc. (Richmond, CA) recently provided public demonstrations of a prototype MEMS-based programmable light source. The purpose of the demonstrations was to illustrate the qualities of the image that can be projected usng …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| MEMs Displays| Mobile Display Monitor| R&D (Research & Development)| Vol 25 - Issue 33

The Hardest Sell at SID Could Find Life at Infocomm

by Steve Sechrist

In what was undoubtedly the “hardest sell” at the recent SID Display Week, we found a resurrected Interferometric (Mirasol-like) single pixel prototype featuring a high bright color saturated, tunable pixel lit entirely by reflected …

Tags:display technology| MEMs Displays| Reflective Display| SID Display Week 2017| Vol 24 - Issue 23

UDC Patents Hybrid OLED / LED MEMS Display

by Bob Raikes

Fresh Patents Online showed that UDC has been granted a new patent (US2017/0062531) for a hybrid MEMS/OLED display that uses a blue LED backlight layer and ‘at least’ one shutter between the backlight and …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| MEMs Displays| Mobile Display Monitor| OLEDs| UDC| Vol 24 - Issue 12

Fraunhofers Have MEMs and OLED Microdisplays

by Bob Raikes

The various Fraunhofer institutes had a big stand that represented all of them. First we looked at an unusual MEMs-based scanning projection system that uses biaxial mirrors with Lissajous scanning rather than rows or …

Tags:Fraunhofer| Large Display Monitor| MEMs Displays| Microdisplays| Mobile Display Monitor| OLEDs| Vol 23 - Issue 45

Sharp Bridges High-Res Gap

by Tom Allen

Sharp’s press conference was primarily used to announce progress with existing technologies, such as IGZO. However, there were some particularly interesting displays shown, which were familiar to us but hadn’t been seen before. Toshiyuki …

Tags:CES 2015| Free Form Displays| IGZO| Large Display Monitor| LCD displays| LFD - Large Format Display| MEMs Displays| Mobile Display Monitor| sharp| TVs (TV Sets)| Vol 22 - Issue 04