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VueReal combines microLED with LCOS for cost effective AR microdisplay

VueReal combines microLED with LCOS for cost effective AR microdisplay

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By Nick Flaherty

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VueReal in Canada has launched a microdisplay for augmented reality (AR) using its low cost microLED assembly process.

The ColourFusion microDisplay combines full colour microLEDs, an image quality enhancement algorithm, and LCOS (Liquid Crystal on Silicon).

The company has developed a technique to quickly and easily mount microLED quantum dots on a substrate such as LCOS for control.

The technology supports resolutions up to 30,000 pixels per inch (PPI) on screens up to 100in but the company has not specified the resolution or sizes of displays. The company is aiming the technology at a wide range of applications, from consumer to medical and industrial,

“ColourFusion microDisplay is designed to overcome the traditional barriers of AR technology, particularly in terms of resolution and color accuracy,” said Dr. Reza Chaji, founder and CEO of VueReal. “By integrating our cutting-edge microLED technology with LCOS systems, we have achieved a level of visual fidelity and energy efficiency that will transform the future of augmented reality.”

 www.vuereal.com

 

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