Breaking The Glass Ceiling: The Path To Immersive Displays

J.C. Kuang, Analyst J.C. Kuang, Analyst Analysis, Devices & Technology

Since the first cathode ray tube screens came to market in the 1930s, massive advancements have been made in display technology. Today, component providers make strides towards fully immersive displays using a variety of exciting technologies. Plasma screens, in-plane switching, and quantum dots have each made their mark in the field.

While it is still relatively nascent within consumer electronics, XR has become a significant driver of small, high resolution screens. Traditional smartphone form factors have also influenced the design of so-called near-eye displays (NEDs).  Factors such as resolution, pixel density, and field-of-view all contribute to a quality NED. Specifically, the ideal display component would deliver a truly immersive experience for a user.

However, more head-mounted displays continue to populate the market every day, and provide both consumer and enterprise users with an increasing burden of choice. It can be difficult to see a clear and direct path to cost-effective, usable immersive displays.

Join Greenlight Insights for an informative and dynamic webinar on June 14, 2018 at 9:30am-10:15am PST. Attendees will participate in a discussion exploring the new and evolving display materials and potentially disruptive material-and-process combinations behind modern wearables. As an industry, will we be able to break through the optical display glass ceiling, and achieve truly immersive experiences? What technologies and approaches will enable the next step forward?

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