eMagin announced that it developed (and demonstrated) a 15,000 nits WUXGA (1920x1200) full-color OLED microdisplay, setting a new world record (surpassing eMagin's own 10,000 nits record from 2021).
This new microdisplay was deposited using the company's direct-patterning (dPd) technology, which means that there are no color filters. This is a single-stack device, and eMagin says that in the future it could use a tandem architecture to improve the performance further.
The company plans to demonstrated 15,000 nits prototype displays to key customers in the near future. eMagin is talking to several potential customers, including, reportedly, Samsung Display.
Disclosure: the author of this post holds eMagin shares