is introducing its high-performance multi-stack OLED microdisplay technology.
These innovative multi-stack solutions provide a combination of breakthrough performance for Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR) and other near-eye display industries when compared to single- or double-stack solutions.
When combined with OLEDWorks’ cost-effective manufacturing technology, these microdisplays can provide an advantageous combination of very high brightness, long lifetimes, exceptional power efficiencies, and high color gamut, all at a low manufacturing cost.
The co-founder and chief operating officer of OLEDWorks, Dr. John Hamer, shared the published results for the first time on Wednesday, Aug. 5 in Session 12.2 at the SID Virtual Symposium.
“We have taken our multi-stack technology and manufacturing process developed for very high-performance lighting and applied it to microdisplays,” said Dr. Hamer. “The results have been exceptional.”
Dr. Hamer will present an overview of the technology's approach and demonstrated results from 3, 4 and 5-stack microdisplay formulations.
Dr. Hamer will also compare results against industry benchmarks and describe how the very broad tool kit provided by high-multiple stack displays enables the display designer to optimize different performance parameters for a given application requirement.
This stacked architecture provides a significant increase in luminance efficiency that can be used to optimize and balance exceptional peak brightness of the display, very low power usage, high color gamut and high contrast against the needs of unique applications. Designs for both high and low persistence operations will be discussed.