China-based OLED Microdisplay producer SeeYa Information Technology is introducing two new OLED microdisplays. The first display is a 1.03" 2560x2560 panel that features a brightness of 3,000 nits. SeeYa says this is the world's largest and highest resolution microdisplay (there are higher resolution displays in development, for example eMagin for example is developing a 4k x 4k OLED microdisplay).
The second display is a 0.72-inch display with a 1920 x 1200 resolution. The 1.03" display is specifically designed for near-eye applications that require a large Field Of View (FoV) - and SeeYa's new dsplay can enable an FoV of over 100 degrees.
In September 2017 SeeYa announced plans to build an OLED microdisplay production line in Hefei, China. SeeYa's fab will have a yearly capacity of 20 million displays (a monthly capacity of 12,000 12-inch wafers), and will require an investment of almost $300 million USD.
Posted: Jul 13,2019 by Ron Mertens