Mojo Vision Reaches Industry Milestone With Red Micro-LED at State-of-the-Art Diameter and Pitch

SARATOGA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Mojo Vision, the high-performance micro-LED company, announced today it successfully powered the world's highest-density (14K ppi) red micro-LED microdisplay. The powering of the red micro-LED display is an important step in overcoming challenges of delivering high-performance and reliable full-color micro-LED displays. Mojo Vision used its proprietary Quantum Dot (QD) process to display visually vibrant, state-of-the-art red micro-LEDs, measuring 1.37um in diameter and set on a 1.87um pitch. The visual qua...
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High Throughput Micro-LED Test Probe and Solution

With more and more mature technology for Mini- and Micro-LEDs fabrication, manufacturers are gearing up for the production phase and critically looking for more test efficiency and fast testing for the optical devices. STAr Technologies, as the leading Mini- and Micro-LEDs tester supplier continuously develops measurement technology to enhance optical testing capabilities and parallel test efficiency and to achieve cost-effective high-volume production.   STAr Unicorn-LAIT II Tester Equipped EMI Shielded Test Environment   STAr's U...
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Sundiode Achieves Full-color Micro-displays Based On Stacked 3-color Micro-LEDs

Sundiode Inc of Campbell, CA, USA, a Silicon Valley-based company developing micro-LED technologies for display applications including augmented reality (AR) and mixed reality (MR), has demonstrated a full-color micro-display, consisting of a stacked 3-color (RGB) micro-LED pixel array driven with an active-matrix silicon CMOS backplane. Following the announcement in late April of a stacked-RGB micro-LED pixel technology patented by Sundiode and developed in collaboration with KOPTI (Korea Photonics Technology Institute), a micro-display using ...
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Royole Introduces World’s First Micro-LED Based Stretchable Display Technology Compatible With Industrial Manufacturing Processes

Royole introduces world’s first micro-LED based stretchable display technology compatible with industrial manufacturing processes (Photo 1)   2021-05-24   Royole presents new findings at the 2021 Society for Information Display, Display Week Symposium.   Fremont, California May 24, 2021 – Royole Corporation, a pioneer and the global leader in flexible electronics, presented new research findings at the 2021 Display Week Symposium demonstrating the world’s first micro-LED based stretchable display technology compatibl...
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Hamamatsu Develops Rapid Micro-LED Inspection Tool

MiNY PL tool detects abnormalities in external appearance, intensity and wavelength of micro-LED light emissions Hamamatsu Photonics has developed a system for high-speed inspection of micro-LEDs on wafers. Called the MiNY PL, the tool is designed to detect abnormalities in the LED's external appearance, intensity and wavelength of their light emissions. This inspection system uses a photoluminescence (PL) measurement technique that is based on the company's image processing technology and a newly developed imaging module. According to the company,...
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Porotech Launches Groundbreaking Micro-LED Product

World first is set to transform next-generation display technology. University of Cambridge spin-out Porotech has today announced the launch of its first product based on its breakthrough gallium nitride (GaN) production technique that is set to transform the electronics industry. The company has launched the world's first commercial native red LED epiwafer for micro-LED applications. Micro-LED display technology offers a huge improvement on standard display panels due to its optimum brightness, efficiency and image definition, as well as improved lifetime. These b...
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Nobel Laureate Shuji Nakamura Discloses Three Promising Future LED Applications

Japanese Nobel Laureate Shuji Nakamura, known for his invention of blue LED manufacturing technology and several subsequent LED innovations, disclose the history of blue LED and shared with the public his insights concerning the future of the LED industry on 8th Feb. at Academia Sinica. As general lighting has lately come to the stage of maturity, which hindered the LED industry, LED manufacturers are now seeking potential markets where they could recuperate and thrive. In his speech, Nakamura 'illuminated the industry’ by unveiling three future LED applications: Micro-LED, laser lighting, and the Li-fi technology.
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Goodbye Bitter 2016: Emerging Micro-LED Applications (Part 3)

Micro-LED became a hot keyword in 2016, despite being years away from commercialization. Most in the industry agree this exciting next generation display technology will not be realized for another 3-5 years, HSBC projects the earliest date of commercialization will be around 2019 earliest.
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VerLASE Quantum Well Color Conversion Technology Positioned for Near-eyed Micro-LED Display Applications

Color conversion is a challenge for micro-LEDs where pixels can approach sizes smaller than 5 microns, particularly in micro-displayapplications for mobile devices where overall size, as well as efficiency are all important. Traditional phosphors and even quantum dots (QDs) are not applicable to the micron sized LEDs, principally because of the thickness of material needed.
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Rohinni’s Micro-LED Technology Initially Targets Keyboard Backlight Market

Founded three years ago, Idaho-based Rohinni is eyeing different segments in the micro-LED application sector with a LED die based manufacturing process: the first industries they have targeted will be keyboard backlight, logo and the automotive lighting sector.
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Nichia’s Developments for Micro-LED and Other Lighting Technologies in 2017

The slowdown in LED backlight market including smartphone displays continued to trend on into 2016 that even top player in the industry Nichia is looking beyond this particular market sector in its 2017 roadmap.
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Can Micro-LED Challenge LCD and OLED Market Position?

Apple’s developments in the market are a hot topic in the technology industry, market rumors that next generation iPhones would be using OLED displays ushered in a large wave of investments in the sector in China. OLED, which was a niche market product, became a hot commodity this year because of Apple’s interest in adapting the technology in next-generation iPhones.
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Long Wait Ahead for Commercialization of Micro-LEDs

Global LED manufacturers are starting to develop micro-LED but there are still many bottlenecks to overcome before it can enter mass production, and most industry experts agree it might take another five to 10 years before it can be commercialized.
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Oculus Acquires Micro-LED Company InfiniLED

Oculus, the virtual reality headgear developer owned by Facebook, has newly acquired an Irish micro-LED company InfiniLED, reported Venture Beat.
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X-Celeprint to Commercialize Elastomer Stamp Micro-Assembly Technology

X-Celeprint, a XTRION owned company, is working with potential partners to adopt its elastomer stamp micro-assembly technology for commercialization, the company CTO Christopher Bower told LEDinside during LEDforum 2016, which took place in late September in Taiwan.
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Micro-LED Can Be Game Changing for LED Industry as It Brings an Array of Value-Added Opportunities, Says LEDinside

LEDinside, a division of the global market research firm TrendForce, held LEDforum 2016 at National Taiwan University Hospital (NTUH) International Convention Center on September 30. This conference, which focused on micro-LED as the next-generation display technology, featured presentations by industry and research heavyweights including Epistar, Trillion Science, hTC, PlayNitrides, OSRAM Opto, Macroblock, Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI), X-Celeprint and CEA-Leti.
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Commercialization of Micro-LED Could Consume 50% of Current Global LED Capacity, Says LEDinside

Micro-LED is regarded as a promising next-generation display technology that is being quietly developed by major brand companies in various industries. According to LEDinside, a division of TrendForce, displays for wearable devices and large indoor public displays are two applications that offer micro-LED the quickest paths to commercialization.   
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LEDInside to Explore Next Generation Micro-LED Display Technology at LEDforum 2016

Just as LED manufacturers are struggling in face of the declining profit in the lighting sector and the contraction of the backlight market, OLED emerges as the latest threat to their survival. Elevated by its potential to become one of Apple’s core technologies, OLED has expanded rapidly into various display and niche applications. While the LED industry expects even more challenging times ahead, new opportunities also appear on the horizon. Micro LED, which has been incorporated into Apple and Sony’s product roadmaps, are poised to become a commercially viable display technology that can be mass produced for everyday applications.
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Violumas is proud to announce the addition of new VC3X3 COB Module configurations to its extensive, high power UV LED product lineup. The M3X3L9 module sets are available in UVB and UVC wavelengths (265nm, 275nm, 295nm, 310nm) and are comprise... READ MORE

Tokushima, Japan - 6 March 2024: Nichia, the world's largest LED manufacturer and inventor of the high-brightness blue and white LED, has started mass production of the new UV-B (308nm) and UV-A (330nm) LEDs in its popular 434 Series packa... READ MORE