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Ralf Jurrien
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OLED microdisplays from eMagin

content type Press information Mail the editor Posted by Ralf Jurrien
Thursday, October 18th 2007 - 16:02 CEST - Comments: 0
E Magin Corporation, a leader in OLED and personal display technologies, will demonstrate the latest innovations in power-efficient microdisplays and applications in Washington State’s booth at the 2007 China Hi-Tech Fair. The exhibition will be held in the Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition from October 12 through 17. Visitors to the eMagin exhibit will be able to experience virtual imaging first hand with a modification of eMagin’s award-winning Z800 3DVisor from e-MDT that delivers 3D video from a portable video player.
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OLED microdisplay 

 

OLED microdisplays

They can also examine the latest active-matrix OLED microdisplays. OLEDs have proven the most power-efficient and rugged microdisplay products available. They are currently employed in military, industrial, and medical systems, as well as some early consumer products.

 

eMagin SVGA-3DS microdisplay

eMagin's new SVGA-3DS microdisplay offers both analog and digital signal processing in a compact display (0.44-inch) with greater power efficiency. This high-density OLED-on-silicon microdisplay promises an affordable, easy-to-integrate solution for many virtual imaging systems. eMagin's SVGA-3DS microdisplays eliminate the need for extra circuitry and components while allowing for a smaller display module design with increased functionality, with no increase in power consumption.

 

Microdisplay OLED 

 

OLED XL microdisplays

The company will also demonstrate its OLED-XL SVGA+ and SVGA 3D microdisplays. Built on eMagin's original active matrix SVGA-3D and SVGA+ integrated circuits, the current OLED XL displays typically demonstrate 4X improvements in efficiency of the original products. This gain in efficiency enables the OLED XL microdisplays to provide significantly higher luminance at levels power consumption equivalent than those required by the company's industry-leading first and second generation products.

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