Startup claims microLED pixel density record

Startup claims microLED pixel density record

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By Peter Clarke

Q-Pixel Inc. (Los Angeles, Calif.) has announced a full-color, microLED display with a pixel density that can reach 5,000 pixels per inch.

The company was founded in March 2020 by Jyh Chia Chen and its website states it has a polychromatic microLED technology that has produced a record-breaking pixel density.

Q-Pixel’s polychromatic technology allows for color tunability of a pixel as small as 4-micron. This eliminates the need for pick and place of separate color die, the company said.

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