VueReal’s 30,000 ppi Micro LED Display Reaches High Yield and Ready for Sample Shipment

VueReal, the Canada-based Micro LED developer, announced its achievement in Micro LED display production. With its self-aligned technology, VueReal has reached a high yield in Micro LED display production. VueReal will start accepting orders for Micro LED display samples by June 2019.

According to VueReal, its self-aligned integration process is able to meet the alignment accuracy requirement without compromising Micro LED performance. Based on the technique and adaptive patterning technologies from VueReal, Reza Chaji, CEO of VueReal, noted that the company will reveal more key components and Micro LED products within 2019.


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The Canadian startup unveiled its first high ppi Micro LED display of 6000 ppi with a high brightness of 10,000s nits in 2017. In addition to 100,000s nit displays, VueReal’s technology also boost display resolution for AR/VR applications.

Ehsan Fathi, VP of Device Technology at VueReal, added that “to demo the capability of our technology, we set a team challenge to break our own world record of 6600 ppi (pixel per inch) set in 2017, and we achieved that by producing an over 30,000 ppi Micro LED array.”

In 2018, the company partnered Veeco Instrument for developing key technologies and proprietary processes to tackle barriers of Micro LED production. VueReal has also closed its US$10.5 million Series A funding and announced CAD$8.5 million in funding from Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC).

VueReal will showcase its Micro LED products and technology at Display Week in San Jose, California May 13th to 17th.

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