Thursday, August 6, 2009

Kopin Microdisplay LCD - VGA in 0.26"

When we talk about LCDs we all imagine the latest and largest 50 or 60" model in our wall at home. But, proving that bigger isn't always better, Kopin is working on the opposite range of the spectrum, creating the smallest high resolution LCD ever, with 640x480 VGA resolution measuring just 0.26".

These kind of micro-displays are usally found in digital and video cameras, as viewfinders; as well as virtual reality/video glasses.

Their goal is to create a stamp sized 2048x2048 microdisplay, something that was now proven technically possible with the microsized pixels used in this tiny LCD.
However, before we can have that, Kopin will ramp up a few other models, SVGA (800 x 600) at 0.34", XGA (1024 x 768) at 0.44" and SXGA (1280 x 1024) at 0.56"; before going to the 2k x 2k microdisplay.

Now all we need is to wait for its price to become as small as its size. :)


  1. Hi...
    Thanks for sharing the information. Really mice facts about Kopin Microdisplay. Good work. Keep it up.

  2. Hi...
    Thank you so much for sharing such a nice information. Nice facts about Kopin Microdisplay! Good work! keep it up.


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