Miniature Display Packs Pixels the Size of Cells

Miniature Display Packs Pixels the Size of Cells
Sam Biddle
  • 12 june 2009

Kopin Corporation has developed an LCD that measures at only 0.27 inches wide, while still boasting a 600 x 480 resolution. To stuff so much resolution into so minute a display, the LCD’s pixels are only an infinitesimal 2.9 x 8.7 µm—far narrower than a human hair, and close to the size of red blood cells. The company believes the feat means they will eventually be able to engineer a 2048 x 2048 display—greater than the resolution of today’s highest-end 1080p HDTVs—the size of a postage stamp.

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