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eMagin OLED microdisplays offer solutions for a wide range of military applications. From monochrome night-vision systems to high end simulation and training applications, there is an eMagin OLED microdisplay to meet your needs.

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Pixel Pitch
  • 2k Display

    High resolution and high fill factor is essential for a seamless immersive experience in VR. No more of the infamous “screen-door effect.”

    eMagin is introducing an OLED microdisplay with true 2k x 2k (2048 x 2048 pixels) with fill factor over 70% specifically to address the needs of the VR market

    2k ULT (coming soon)

    • Consumer
    • Military
    • Resolution: 2048 x 2048 pixels
    • Pixel pitch: 9.3µm square (RGB striped subpixels)
    • Luminance: 500 nits
  • SXGA120

    For some applications, some Augmented Reality applications, for example, a lower resolution display will do the job just fine. SXGA resolution offers the capability of displaying 720p video and relieves the bandwidth requirements required by higher resolution images. eMagin offers the SXGA displays in two different pixel pitches: 9.6µm and 12µm. This allows for flexibility in size and optics design tradeoffs.

    • Consumer
    • Military
    • Resolution: 1280 x 1024 (720p capable)
    • Pixel pitch: 12µm
    • Luminance:
      • XL: 150 nits
  • VGA

    A small, low resolution display perfect for interface with I2 tubes and other low-light scope and goggle applications. This display draws very low power for applications where the user would rather carry additional gear instead of spare batteries.

    • Military
    • Resolution: 640 x 480
    • Pixel pitch: 15µm
    • Luminance: 750-800 nits

    The highest resolution production OLED microdisplay in the world, with full WUXGA (1920 x 1200) resolution, more than capable to display 1080p video. eMagin build this display with three OLED material options for different applications.

    • Commercial/Industrial
    • Consumer
    • Military
    • Resolution: 1920 x 1200 (1080p capable)
    • Pixel pitch: 9.6µm
    • Luminance:
      • XL: 150 nits
      • XLS: 750-800 nits
      • ULT (engineering prototype): over 4000 nits demonstrated