Category: Micro OLED display

Micro OLED displays are silicon-based OLED displays that use a monocrystalline silicon wafer as the actively driven backplane, so it is easier to achieve high PPI (pixel density), a high degree of integration, and a small size. This ensures they are easy to carry, have good anti-seismic performance, and have ultra-low power consumption.

MicroOLED displays are mainly used in immersive and see-through applications such as augmented reality and virtual reality devices, telescopes, microscopes, and sights.