JBD offers small-but-bright microLED projector

JBD offers small-but-bright microLED projector

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By Peter Clarke

Jade Bird Display Ltd. (Shanghai, China) has unveiled its Hummingbird polychromic microLED projector at the Society for Information Display (SID) annual exhibition.

The unit has been in mass production since May 2023, the company said.

The projector incorporates three microLED display panels to cover RGB and the company claims Hummingbird is suitable for smart glasses and consumer augmented reality (AR) applications.

Specifications of ‘Hummingbird’ microLED projector. Source: JBD.

The projector occupies a volume of 0.4 cubic centimeters and weighs 1.0 gram. The light output ranges from 3 to 5 lumens and with viewing angle customizable between 25 and 45 degrees. Coupled with a decent optical waveguide this achieves a brightness of 1800 nits. Under typical operating conditions, the projector’s power consumption can be 260mW,

The Hummingbird offers an 8bit color depth, resulting in a display with a palette of 16.77 million colors.

The individual monochrome display panels offer a pixel density of 6350ppi and a VGA resolution. The microdisplay achieves brightness levels of 0.75 million nits for red, 5 million nits for green, and 1.0 million nits for blue light.

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