P-OLED Microdisplays

P-OLED display technology has its roots from a spin-off company Cambridge Display Technology (CDT) out of Cambridge University. The technology is based on light emitting polymers that do not require a backlight for operation. As a result, the image quality in terms of flickering, brightness and contrast is said to be better. Moreover, the power consumption is dramatically reduced compared to standard LCD’s. A typical 320×240 pixel LCD microdisplay uses 200mW compared to 50mW with a P-OLED microdisplay. This technology seems promising for brining longer lasting portable multimedia devices to the market.

P-OLED Display

MicroEmissive Displays

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