UK-based Plessey, which develops embedded micro-LED technology for augmented-reality and mixed-reality (AR/MR) display applications, has added passive-matrix micro-LED displays to its Data-Vµ product family.
Following the launch of its Data-Vµ segmented micro-LED display products in 2019, Plessey has now extended the range with the introduction of passive-matrix pixelized micro-LED displays, based on the firm’s proprietary monolithic gallium nitride on silicon (GaN-on-Si) technology.
These fully addressable micro-displays can provide the high-brightness/low-power image source demanded by the advanced compact optical projectors embedded in AR/MR information systems. The displays can be customized to provide the specific resolution and color that customers require to present their dynamic content specific to their applications. These applications can take advantage of the high brightness and contrast inherent in Plessey’s micro-LED technology to produce visual images that can be viewed under a wide range of environmental conditions and at low power consumption