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OLED-XL Micro Displays from eMagin
Mark Peters : April 19th 2006 - 17:35 CET
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eMaginOLED-XL Micro Displays from eMagin : eMagin Corporation, the leader in organic light-emitting diode (OLED) microdisplays, today announced the first four product offerings of its breakthrough OLED-XL microdisplay portfolio. eMagin's proprietary OLED-XL displays provide a new level of high performance imaging, with up to 410,000 hours luminance life, the widest temperature range, and the lowest power requirement of any commercially available SVGA resolution microdisplay system. Combined with magnifying optics, OLED-XL displays create large, high resolution virtual images that are extremely compact and portable for use in personal display systems for applications ranging from PC gaming, portable media players or digital cameras.
OLED-XL Micro Displays from eMagineMagin OLED-XL Micro Displays
OLED-XL displays are built on eMagin's original active matrix SVGA-3D and SVGA+ integrated circuits, using the same electronic interfaces to facilitate drop-in capability for OEMs. Incorporation of a unique merger of advanced OLED materials with eMagin's new top-emitting stacked device structures, built using proprietary processes, yield significant improvements in lifetime and luminance for the new class of displays.

OLED XL Higher luminance
The new OLED-XL devices typically have 6-10 times longer luminance half life and exhibit 3-5 times the efficiency, depending on the specific OLED-XL product and operating parameters. This large efficiency increase permits OLED-XL displays to be capable of much higher luminance without any added power consumption. Typical power consumption of a full color SVGA+ or SVGA 3D OLED-XL display running 60 Hz movie-like video at 60 cd/m2 is less than 300 mW. No heaters or special modes are required to achieve high quality, instant-on video performance at temperatures between -67 degrees F (-55 degrees C) and +185 degrees F (+85 degrees C).

Virtual imaging applications
"OLED-XL technology is a very important advance for OLED devices. Less power is required to achieve a chosen brightness, and OLED-XL displays offer up to an order of magnitude longer luminance half-life and significantly higher OLED efficiency over our already high-performing OLED displays," said Susan Jones, eMagin's chief marketing officer. "Our breakthrough OLED-XL displays will open up more virtual imaging applications that require higher luminance and longer luminance half-life, such as see-through imaging applications.

Viewing high performance high resolution images
These displays will also be useful to customers requiring the longest battery life possible for viewing high performance, high resolution images. These enhancements show our commitment to continual improvement of products to meet our customers' needs, and raise a new standard for near-eye displays for a wide range of mobile imaging applications." SVGA+ OLED-XL displays (852x3x600 pixels) are available in full color, white monochrome, and green monochrome. SVGA-3D OLED-XL displays (800x3x600 pixels) are available in full-color. eMagin's original OLED displays remain available in the same array of colors. OLED displays are already the core imager for many military, industrial, commercial, and consumer imaging systems.

About eMagin - Display systems & OLED microdisplay technologies
A leader in personal display systems and OLED microdisplay technologies, eMagin integrates high-resolution OLED microdisplays, magnifying optics, and systems technologies to create a virtual image that appears comparable to that of a computer monitor or a large-screen television. eMagin's OLED displays have broad market reach and are incorporated into a variety of near-to-eye imaging products by military, industrial, medical and consumer OEMs, who choose eMagin's award-winning technology as a core component for their solutions. eMagin's first personal display system, the Z800 3DVisor, which provides superb 3D stereovision and headtracking for PC gaming, training and simulation, and other applications. It won the CEA's Innovation of Year award in the digital display category and won additional recognition in the electronic gaming category. eMagin's microdisplay manufacturing and R&D operations are co-located with IBM on its campus in East Fishkill, New York. System design facilities and sales and marketing are located in Bellevue, Washington. A sales office is located in Tokyo, Japan.

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