Next Generation micro-OLED/LCD Display Modules Present Enhanced User Experiences

12 October 2023

Review Display Systems (RDS) is now in a position to offer customers immersive near eye display (NED) modules for superior human-machine interfacing outcomes. Based on high-performance micro-OLED and micro-LCD optoelectronic technology, these modules can be sourced in 0.322” to 1.35” diagonal formats.

They deliver ultra-high resolutions (reaching 3552 x 3552 pixels), plus industry-leading brightness outputs (20,000cd/m²), along with power efficient operation, a wide field-of-view (FoV) and strong contrast levels. The configurations available are curved mirror optics that reflect light from the display into the user’s line of sight, a flat mirror arrangement which folds the light path between the display and the user or use of a thin transparent lightguide to transmit light from the display to the user via internal reflection. A broad variety of potential use cases can be addressed. These include inspection equipment, remote control systems, microscopes, electronic view finders, thermal imaging, medical instrumentation and defence systems. 

According to Justin Coleman, Displays Division Manager at RDS; “Although the consumer market for virtual and augmented reality is one of the fastest growing market segments for Near Eye Displays, the continued design and development of near eye display technology is finding many new and potential industrial applications. Near eye display systems offer several key advantages over traditional full-size displays including extremely compact size, high portability and very low power consumption.”

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