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What Are the Advantages of Silicon Based Micro OLED Microdisplays?

2024-06-07

Silicon based micro OLED microdisplays, as a microdisplay that combines semiconductor and OLED technologies, have many significant advantages.

1. High precision: Silicon based micro OLED microdisplays use monocrystalline silicon as the substrate. The pixel size is 1/10 of traditional display devices, and the precision is much higher than traditional devices. This enables it to provide clearer and more detailed picture quality, especially in near-eye display applications, and a more realistic visual experience.

2. Lightweight and reliable: Since the silicon based micro OLED microdisplay adopts mature integrated circuit CMOS technology, it can integrate the active addressing matrix of the display pixels and the drive control circuit of various functions such as SRAM memory, T-CON, etc. Directly integrated on the silicon chip, it greatly reduces the external wiring of the device, achieves lightweight, and increases reliability.

3. Low power consumption: Silicon based micro OLED microdisplays have the characteristics of low power consumption, 20% less than LCD power consumption, which makes devices using silicon based OLED technology more advantageous in terms of battery life.

4. Wide operating temperature range: Silicon based micro OLED microdisplays have a wide operating temperature range and can work normally within the temperature range of -46°C to 70°C without additional heating and cooling systems, and are suitable for various complex environments.

5. High contrast: Silicon based micro OLED microdisplays have a high contrast ratio, which can reach 10,000:1, far exceeding the 60:1 contrast ratio of LCD, and can present a more vivid and vivid picture.

6. Fast response speed: The time required for silicon based OLED pixel update is less than 1 second, while the update time of LCD is usually 10~15ms. This allows silicon based OLED to have a faster response speed when displaying dynamic images and reduces visual fatigue. .

7. Suitable for near-eye display devices such as VR/AR: Silicon based micro OLED microdisplays are small in size, light in weight, low in power consumption, and high in precision. They are very suitable for use in near-eye display devices such as VR/AR and can provide a more immersive experience.

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