The OP03011 liquid crystal on silicon (LCoS) panel integrates the array and frame buffer into an ultra-compact single-chip solution that is lightweight and low-power for smart glasses
Displays & LED
Rohm’s smallest SWIR devices are resilient to sunlight and smoke
Short wavelength infrared (SWIR) devices in the industry’s smallest class 1608 size package are in mass production at Rohm. The SWIR devices measure 1.6 x 0.8mm and are suitable for sensing applications portable, wearable or hearable devices which require material detection.
Red AlInGaP microLEDs bring colour performing micro lenses for AR glasses
Demonstration units of red microLEDs based on AlInGaP material have been added to Micledi’s portfolio of R, G and B microLEDs, manufactured in a CMOS-compatible flow, free of arsenide.
2K2K square resolution CMOS image sensor maximises vertical coverage
For security wide-field of view and AR / VR / MR pass-through cameras, Omnivision’s first 2K2K (2048 x 2048) square resolution CMOS image sensor introduces features to the industry. The OS04E10 is claimed to be the industry’s first image sensor with digital watermarking, a built-in anti-spoofing feature that ensures no tampering with the original video source takes place.
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