Created by Q-Pixel
Startup Q-Pixel has unveiled the world’s first ultra-high-resolution full color microLED display. The pixel density of the display exceeds 5000 pixels per inch, which is a record value. For comparison, in modern smartphones it can in some cases reach approximately 650 pixels per inch.
Using its patented microLED polychromatic technology, Q-Pixel has achieved a world-record full-color LED display with a world-record pixel density of 5,000 ppi, surpassing the current ITRI world record of 2,300 ppi, according to a press release. That is, Q-Pixel managed not only to set a new record, but to more than double the PPI at once.
Created a microLED display with a density of over 5000 pixels per inch
Of course, such an incredible pixel density is not needed everywhere, especially in mass consumer solutions.
The company does not say when its products will appear in some devices, but notes that it is now working to reduce the cost of displays produced using its technology.