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Kopin shrinks the microdisplay

Kopin® Corporation, the leader in microdisplays for consumer and military applications, today announced a breakthrough in shrinking the size of its color displays. By reducing the color dots to a mere 2.25 x 6.75 µm, Kopin has achieved a full-color VGA display in a 0.21" diagonal size, which is by a long shot the smallest VGA color-filter liquid crystal display in the world. Kopin will showcase an ultra-compact electronic viewfinder containing the VGA display at the SID 2012 Exhibition, which takes place June 5 – 7 at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center in Boston, Massachusetts. The EVF will be shown at Kopin’s booth.

"Our new VGA display with the smallest color dot in the industry is a major milestone for Kopin’s innovation roadmap to provide more compact, higher resolution displays," said Dr. Boryeu Tsaur, Kopin’s Executive Vice President and General Manager of Display. "This exciting achievement is enabled by our innovative process improvements and unequalled pixel design. This is the third time we were able to shrink the pixel size, and our new pixel is about 20% of the size we used in our displays four years ago."

More information: Imaging-resource