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The Global Market for Advanced Electronic Displays 2022-2032

  • Report

  • 525 Pages
  • May 2022
  • Region: Global
  • Future Markets, Inc
  • ID: 5585040
The global display industry is worth in excess of $165 billion and will continue to grow as the industry expands into next generation technologies and TV display performance improves. The Advanced Display market includes next generation digital displays for electronics devices such as High Definition smart TVs, notebooks, tablets, large screen displays & signage, in-vehicle displays, wearables and near-eye displays such as virtual reality and augmented reality. Demand for high performance displays has increased in the past 18 months and QD-OLED and MiniLED backlights for LCD TVs have emerged recently.

The display industry is constantly evolving and developing new, better technologies in the quest for improved visual experience and reduced power consumption. Manufacturers are seeking next generation displays that will deliver the best performance and meet challenging demands set by the booming applications such as VR/AR.

MiniLED and microLED display are emerging and have potential to become disruptive technologies. The display market has witnessed a great deal of innovation over the past 2 years. Players are seeking to improve market size and additional value via developing innovative new display technologies. 

Report contents include:

  • Display products and technologies by major brands and display makers.
  • Market analysis of applications and markets for flexible and printed displays, automotive displays & lighting, Smart glasses and AR/VR, quantum dot displays, advanced OLED displays, MicroLED and MiniLED.
  • Smartphone display technologies including foldable, rollable and multi-fold technologies. 
  • Global revenues, historical and forecast to 2032 
  • Profiles of more than 275 companies. Companies profiled include Amorphyx Inc., BOE Technology, eMagin Corporation, Etulipa, FlexEnable,  Jade Bird Display, Kubos Semiconductors, Kura Technologies, Kyulux, LetinAR, LG Display, Mojo Vision, Nanoco, Nanolumi, Nanosys, Noctiluca, OTI Lumionics, Porotech, Royole Corporation, Samsung, Sony, VueReal, X-Display. 

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Table of Contents

1.1 Display technologies assessment
2.1 Current state of the art
2.1.1 Flexible and printed display prototypes and products
2.1.2 Organic LCDs (OLCDs)
2.1.3 Printed OLEDs Performance Challenges Commercial inkjet-printed OLED displays
2.2 Flexible inorganic light emitting diodes
2.3 Foldable and rollable displays
2.3.1 Smartphones
2.3.2 Laptops, tablets and other displays
2.3.3 Products and prototypes
2.4 Flexible lighting
2.4.1 OLED lighting
2.4.2 Automotive applications Commercial activity
2.5 Flexible electrophoretic displays
2.5.1 Commercial activity
2.6 Electrowetting displays
2.7 Electrochromic displays
2.8 Perovskite light-emitting diodes (PeLEDs)
2.8.1 Types
2.8.2 Challenges
2.8.3 White PeLEDs
2.8.4 Printable and flexible electronics
2.9 Metamaterials
2.9.1 Metasurfaces Meta-Lens Metasurface holograms Stretchable displays Soft materials
2.10 Global market revenues 2018-2032
2.10.1 Flexible and printed displays
2.10.2 Foldable smartphone market
2.11 Company profiles (66 company profiles)
3.1 LCDs in automotive displays
3.2 OLEDs in automotive displays
3.2.1 Passive-matrix OLEDs (PMOLED) in automotive
3.2.2 Active-matrix OLED (AMOLED) in automotive
3.3 Mini LED in automotive displays
3.4 Micro LED in automotive displays
3.5 Autonomous vehicles, EVs and AI/AR
3.6 Interior displays
3.6.1 Touchscreens
3.6.2 Large screens
3.6.3 Enhanced safety with in-vehicle displays
3.6.4 Curved and flexible displays for automotive Flexible OLED Advantages Challenges Flexible LCD displays
3.6.5 Micro-LED automotive displays Interior displays Head-up display (HUD) Headlamps
3.6.6 Interior OLED lighting
3.6.7 Smart dimming windows
3.6.8 Metamaterials
3.7 Exterior displays and lighting
3.7.1 OLED lighting Position lamps/ Marker Lamps
3.7.2 MiniLEDs lighting
3.7.3 Digital side-view mirrors
3.8 3D Display Technology
3.9 Head-up displays (HUDs)
3.9.1 AR-HUDs
3.9.2 Transparent OLEDs
3.10 Global market revenues 2018-2032
3.11 Company profiles 163 (16 company profiles)
4 SMART GLASSES AND HEAD-MOUNTED DISPLAYS (VR, AR, MR, vision loss and eye trackers)
4.1 Metaverse
4.2 Commercialization
4.3 Virtual Reality (VR) devices
4.3.1 VR headset products
4.4 Augmented (AR) headsets and smart glasses
4.4.1 Laser Beam Scanning
4.4.2 Products
4.5 Mixed Reality (MR) smart glasses
4.5.1 Mixed Reality (MR) smart glass products
4.6 OLED microdisplays
4.7 MiniLED
4.8 MicroLED
4.8.1 Product developers
4.9 Global market revenues 2018-2032
4.10 Company profiles 192 (69 company profiles)
5.1 Market overview
5.2 QD advantages
5.3 Market growth since 2013
5.4 QD-TVs market
5.5 The Quantum Dot market in 2021 and future outlook
5.5.1 Samsung QD Display
5.6 Cadmium vs. cadmium free
5.6.1 Cadmium QDs
5.6.2 Cadmium-free QDs
5.6.3 European commission ban use of cadmium in TVs and displays
5.6.4 Perovskite quantum dots
5.6.5 Carbon and graphene quantum dots
5.6.6 Quantum Dot Revenues
5.6.7 Market drivers and trends
5.6.8 Market challenges
5.7 Quantum dot properties, synthesis, types
5.7.1 Properties
5.7.2 Synthesis
5.7.3 Types Cadmium Selenide, Cadmium Sulfide and other materials Cadmium free quantum dots
5.7.4 Graphene quantum dots (GQDs) Properties Synthesis Applications
5.7.5 Perovskite quantum dots (PQDs) Properties Comparison to conventional quantum dots Synthesis methods Applications Displays Producers
5.8 Licensing, collaborations and partnerships
5.9 Supply chain
5.10 Quantum dots in TVs/displays
5.10.1 Market drivers and trends
5.10.2 LCDS vs. OLEDs vs. QD-LCDs/QLEDs Liquid Crystal Displays (LCD)
5.10.3 QD-LCD TVs/QLEDs
5.10.4 Quantum dot enhancement film (QDEF) for current QLEDs
5.10.5 Quantum Dot on Glass (QDOG)
5.10.6 Quantum dot colour filters
5.10.7 Quantum dots on-chip
5.10.8 Electroluminescent quantum dots QD-Micro-LEDs
5.10.9 Flexible QD displays Flexible QLEDs
5.10.10 LG's "QNED" LCD TVs
5.10.11 QD-OLED Samsung Sony TCL
5.10.12 Alienware
5.10.13 Industry and research developments 2013-2022
5.11 Global market for quantum dots in TVs and displays to 2032 QD-TV unit sales 2016-2032 QD Monitor Unit sales 2015-2032
5.12 Quantum dot display company profiles (44 company profiles)
6.1 Market overview
6.1.1 The MiniLED market
6.1.2 The MicroLED market
6.1.3 Motivation for use of MiniLEDs and MicroLEDs MiniLED and MicroLEDs applications
6.1.4 Market and technology challenges
6.1.5 Industry developments 2020-2022
6.1.6 CES 2021
6.1.7 CES 2022
6.1.8 Market activity in China
6.1.9 Global shipment forecasts for Micro and MicroLEDs MiniLEDs Units MicroLEDs Units
6.2 Technology background
6.2.1 MiniLED (mLED) vs MicroLED (µLED)
6.2.2 MiniLED Comparison to LCD and OLED Advantages and disadvantages Backplane types Costs
6.2.3 MicroLED Development Sony Types Comparison to LCD and OLED MicroLED displays Advantages Transparency Borderless Flexibility Costs Manufacturing Epitaxy and Chip Processing Uniformity Assembly Technologies Monolithic fabrication of microdisplays Mass transfer Mass Transfer Processes Full colour conversion Phosphor Colour Conversion LEDs Quantum dots colour conversion
6.3 Display backlights
6.3.1 TVs The market in 2021 MiniLED Quantum Dot TV Products with miniLED backlight
6.3.2 Smartwatches and wearables
6.3.3 Smartphones
6.3.4 Samsung Wall display and microLED TV Neo QLED TV range
6.3.5 LG LG mini QNED range MAGNIT MicroLED TV
6.3.6 TCL 8 Series and 6 Series
6.4 Laptops, monitors and tablets
6.4.1 MiniLED
6.4.2 Apple
6.5 Flexible and foldable microLED
6.5.1 Foldable microLED displays
6.5.2 Product developers
6.6 Biotechnology and medical displays
6.6.1 MicroLEDS
6.6.2 Product developers
6.7 Automotive
6.7.1 MiniLED
6.7.2 MicroLED
6.7.3 Product developers
6.8 Transparent displays
6.8.1 Applications
6.8.2 MicroLEDs
6.8.3 Product developers
6.9 Supply chain
6.9.1 miniLEDs
6.9.2 microLEDs
6.10 Company profiles (71 company profiles)
7.1 OLED compared to LCD and MicroLED
7.2 OLED tablets
7.3 Flexible AMOLEDs
7.4 Flexible PMOLED (Passive Matrix OLED)
7.5 Phosphorescent organic light-emitting diodes (PHOLED)
7.6 White OLED (WOLED)
7.7 TADF
7.8 Printed OLED displays
7.9 OLED displays with Artificial Intelligence (AI)
7.10 Transparent OLED display
7.10.1 Transparent suspended particle device (SPD) displays
7.11 Global market revenues 2018-2032 (Millions USD)
7.12 Company profiles (19 company profiles)
List of Tables
Table 1. Summary of display technologies
Table 2. Flexible and printed displays products
Table 3. Comparison of performance metrics between microLEDs and other commercial display technologies
Table 4. Foldable smartphones, laptops and tablets and other display products, on or near market
Table 5. Companies developing OLED lighting products
Table 6. Types of electrochromic materials and applications
Table 7. Schematic of Magic Glass
Table 8. Recent commercial activity in mini LED and micro LED for automotive displays
Table 9. Companies developing curved automotive displays
Table 10. Applications of microLED in automotive
Table 11. Properties of light sources used in vehicles
Table 12. Examples of OLED lighting in automobiles
Table 13. Companies developing 3D display technology for automobiles
Table 14. Commercial automotive HUDs
Table 15. Example smart glasses companies and products
Table 16. Example VR headset products
Table 17. Key requirements for AR wearable devices
Table 18. Augmented reality (AR) smart glass products
Table 19. Mixed Reality (MR) smart glass products
Table 20. Comparison of AR Display Light Engines
Table 21. VR and AR MicroLED products
Table 22. Quantum dot display products
Table 23. New quantum dot TVs 2021-2022
Table 24: Total QD-based component revenues 2015-2032 ($M), conservative and optimistic estimates
Table 25: Market drivers and trends for quantum dots
Table 26: Market challenges for quantum dots
Table 27: Chemical synthesis of quantum dots
Table 28: Comparison of graphene QDs and semiconductor QDs
Table 29. Comparative properties of conventional QDs and Perovskite QDs
Table 30. Applications of perovskite QDs
Table 31. Development roadmap for perovskite QDs
Table 32. Properties of perovskite QLEDs comparative to OLED and QLED
Table 33: Quantum dots market structure
Table 34: Market drivers and trends for quantum dots in LCD TVs and Displays
Table 35: Advantages and disadvantages of LCDs, OLEDs and QDs
Table 36: Typical approaches for integrating QDs into displays
Table 37: Current and planned Quantum Dot TVs by manufacturer, availability, size range and price range
Table 38: QD colour filter options and advantages
Table 39: Commercial development and research highlights in quantum dots in LCDs and OLEDs 2013-2021
Table 40: QD-TV unit sales 2016-2032, conservative and optimistic estimate for QDEF film and Non-QDEF film
Table 41. MiniLED applications
Table 42. MicroLED applications
Table 43. Market and technology challenges for miniLED and microLED
Table 44. Micro and MicroLED industry developments 2020-2022
Table 45. MiniLED and microLED product announcements at CES 2021
Table 46. Mini/microLED acivity in China
Table 47. MicroLED display forecast (thousands of units) to 2027
Table 48. Comparison between miniLED and microLED
Table 49. Comparison between miniLED displays and other display types
Table 50. Advantages and disadvantages of MiniLEDs
Table 51. MicroLED backlight costs
Table 52. Comparison to conventional LEDs
Table 53. Types of microLED
Table 54. Comparison to LCD and OLED
Table 55. Schematic comparison to LCD and OLED
Table 56. Commercially available microLED products and specifications
Table 57. microLED-based display advantages and disadvantages
Table 58. Mass transfer methods, by company
Table 59. Comparison of various mass transfer technologies
Table 60. Comparison of LED TV technologies
Table 61. MiniLED TV products
Table 62. Samsung Neo QLED TV range
Table 63. LG mini QNED range
Table 64.TCL range of miniLED TVs
Table 65. MiniLED laptop, monitor and tablet products and prototypes
Table 66. Flexible miniLED and MicroLED products
Table 67. Medical display miniLED and MicroLED products
Table 68. Automotive display & backlight architectures
Table 69. Automotive display miniLED and MicroLED products
Table 70. Applications of miniLED and microLED transparent displays
Table 71. Companies developing MicroLED transparent displays
Table 72. microLED supply chain
Table 73. LG mini QNED range
Table 74. Samsung Neo QLED TV range
Table 75. San’an Mini and Micro LED Production annual target
Table 76. NPQDTM vs Traditional QD based Micro-LEDs
Table 77. TCL miniLED product range
Table 78. Advantages and disadvantages of LCD, OLED and MicroLED
Table 79. Technology specifications comparison
Table 80. OLED display tablets
Table 81. Companies developing transparent display products
List of Figures
Figure 1. The progress of display technology
Figure 2. LG Signature OLED TV R
Figure 3. Flexible display
Figure 4. DELL Ori
Figure 5. LG Media Chair
Figure 6. LG Virtual Ride
Figure 7. Organic LCD with a 10-mm bend radius
Figure 8. OLED structure
Figure 9. TCL printed OLED panel
Figure 10. OLEDIO 32-inch printed display by JOLED
Figure 11. Stamp-based transfer-printing techniques
Figure 12. Samsung S-foldable display
Figure 13. Samsung slideable display
Figure 14. Samsung foldable battery patent schematic
Figure 15. Rollable 65RX OLED TV
Figure 16. Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold
Figure 17. LG Chem foldable display
Figure 18. Samsung Display Flex G folding smartphones
Figure 19. Asus Foldable Phone
Figure 20. Asus Zenbook 17 Fold
Figure 21. Dell Concept Ori
Figure 22. Intel Foldable phone
Figure 23. ThinkPad X1 Fold
Figure 24. Motorola Razr
Figure 25. Oppo Find N folding phone
Figure 26. Royole FlexPai 2
Figure 27. Galaxy Fold 3
Figure 28. Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3
Figure 29. TCL Tri-Fold Foldable Phone
Figure 30. TCL rollable phone
Figure 31. Xiaomi Mi MIX Flex
Figure 32. LG OLED flexible lighting panel
Figure 33. Flexible OLED incorporated into automotive headlight
Figure 34. Audi 2022 A8
Figure 35. Electrophoretic display applications
Figure 36. Passive reflective displays with flexibility
Figure 37. Plastic Logic 5.4” Iridis™ display
Figure 38. Argil electrochromic film integrated with polycarbonate lenses
Figure 39. Scanning electron microscope (SEM) images of several metalens antenna forms
Figure 40. Design concepts of soft mechanical metamaterials with large negative swelling ratios and tunable stress-strain curves
Figure 41. Global flexible displays market revenues, 2018-2032 (billion US$) 2018-2032
Figure 42. Foldable smartphone market 2019-2032 (units)
Figure 43. e-Tint® cell in the (a) OFF and in the (b) ON states
Figure 44. Printed electroactive polymers
Figure 45. 1.39-inch full-circle microLED display
Figure 46. 9.4" flexible MicroLED display
Figure 47. f-OLED N-shaped folding display
Figure 48. Transparent 3D touch control with LED lights and LED matrix
Figure 49. Application of Magic Glass in office
Figure 50. Installation schematic of Magic Glass
Figure 51. noDiffusion OLED encapsulation film
Figure 52. Helio materials incorporated into flexible displays
Figure 53. Flexible microLED
Figure 54. Hyperfluorescence™ OLED display
Figure 55. 110-inch flexible AM mini LED display developed by PanelSemi
Figure 56. Beyolex film
Figure 57. 9.4" flexible MicroLED display
Figure 58. 7.56-inch transparent Micro LED display
Figure 59. Micro-LED stretchable display
Figure 60. Samsung Flex Slidable
Figure 61. Samsung Flex S
Figure 62. Samsung Flex Note
Figure 63. TCL phone and tablet concepts
Figure 64. 7.56” Transparent Display
Figure 65. Ynvisible display module with integrated PragmatIC flexible integrated circuit
Figure 66. Passive-matrix OLED schematic
Figure 67. Active-matrix OLED (AMOLED) schematic
Figure 68. 2022 Mercedes EQE electric car
Figure 69. Levels of driving automation
Figure 70. Automotive model with large touchscreen displays
Figure 71. Curved OLCD display as a side-view mirror replacement
Figure 72. MicroLED automotive display
Figure 73. Issues in current commercial automotive HUD
Figure 74. Rear lamp utilizing flexible MicroLEDs
Figure 75. BOE Side Window Dimming Concept
Figure 76. Anti-reflective metamaterials plastic
Figure 77. Audi Q5 OLED tailight schematic
Figure 78. Audi 2022 A8 and S8 digital OLED rear lights
Figure 79. Rohini LightThread flexible Mini LEDs
Figure 80. Continental 3D automotive display
Figure 81. AR HUD display
Figure 82. LG OLED Car Infotainment Demo
Figure 83. Transparent OLED schematic
Figure 84. Global market for automotive displays, 2018-2032 (Billion USD)
Figure 85. LG automotive displays
Figure 86. LG Mercedes Hyperscreen
Figure 87. Royole’s micro-LED based stretchable display technology
Figure 88. Vuzix Blade
Figure 89. AR operation
Figure 90. TCL Leiniao Air
Figure 91. Engo Eyewear
Figure 92. Lenovo ThinkReality A3
Figure 93. Magic Leap 1
Figure 94. Microsoft HoloLens 2
Figure 95. Snap Spectacles AR (4th gen)
Figure 96. Vuzix Blade Upgraded
Figure 97. NReal Light MR smart glasses
Figure 98. Vuzix microLED microdisplay Smart Glasses
Figure 99. Global market revenues for smart glasses 2018-2032-AR/VR and MR (million units)
Figure 100. Dapeng DPVR P1 Pro 4k VR all-in-one VR glasses
Figure 101. Huawei smart glasses
Figure 102. Kura Technologies' AR Glasses
Figure 103. Smart contact lenses schematic
Figure 104. OQmented technology for AR smart glasses
Figure 105. VISIRIUM® Technology smart glasses prototype
Figure 106. JioGlass mixed reality glasses type headset
Figure 107. Xiaomi Smart Glasses
Figure 108: QLED TV from Samsung
Figure 109. QD display products
Figure 110: Samsung QDs utilized in range of QLED TVs
Figure 111. Schematic of QD-OLED hybrid
Figure 112: Perovskite quantum dots under UV light
Figure 113: Total QD component revenues 2013-2032 ($M), conservative and optimistic estimates
Figure 114: Quantum dot schematic
Figure 115. Quantum dot size and colour
Figure 116: Schematic of (a) CQDs and (c) GQDs. HRTEM images of (b) C-dots and (d) GQDs showing combination of zigzag and armchair edges (positions marked as 1–4)
Figure 117: Green-fluorescing graphene quantum dots
Figure 118: Graphene quantum dots
Figure 119. A pQLED device structure
Figure 120: Perovskite quantum dots under UV light
Figure 121: InP/ZnS, perovskite quantum dots and silicon resin composite under UV illumination
Figure 122: Schematic of typical commercialization route for quantum dots producer
Figure 123: QD-TVsupply chain
Figure 124: Quantum dot LED backlighting schematic
Figure 125. Quantum dot film schematic
Figure 126: Quantum Dots on Glass schematic
Figure 127: Samsung 8K 65" QD Glass
Figure 128: QD/OLED hybrid schematic
Figure 129: Electroluminescent quantum dots schematic
Figure 130: The Wall microLED display
Figure 131: Individual red, green and blue microLED arrays based on quantum dots
Figure 132: Ink-jet printed 5-inch AM-QLED display (80 dpi)
Figure 133: Carbon nanotubes flexible, rechargeable yarn batteries incorporated into flexible, rechargeable yarn batteries
Figure 134: Flexible & stretchable LEDs based on quantum dots
Figure 135. Samsung QD-OLED
Figure 136. Sony's AK95 series
Figure 137. 98-inch QLED from TCL
Figure 138. Alienware QD-OLED
Figure 139: QD-TV unit sales 2016-2032, conservative estimates
Figure 140: QD-TV unit sales 2016-2032, optimistic estimates
Figure 141: QD Monitor Unit sales 2015-2032
Figure 142. AU 85" bezel-less quantum dot TV
Figure 143: Quantum dot sheet
Figure 144. SQ dots production process
Figure 145. TCL QLED TVs
Figure 146. MiniLED and microLED product announcements at CES 2022
Figure 147. MiniLEDs backlights to 2027, by market (Million units)
Figure 148. MicroLED display forecast (thousands of units) to 2026
Figure 149. Display system configurations
Figure 150. Schematic of LCD with MicroLED backlight
Figure 151. Schematic for configuration of full colour microLED display
Figure 152. BOE glass-based backplane process
Figure 153. MicroLED schematic
Figure 154. Pixels per inch roadmap of µ-LED displays from 2007 to 2019
Figure 155. Comparison of microLED with other display technologies
Figure 156. Lextar 10.6 inch transparent microLED display
Figure 157. Transition to borderless design
Figure 158. Schematics of a elastomer stamping, b electrostatic/electromagnetic transfer, c laser-assisted transfer and d fluid self-assembly
Figure 159. Schematics of Roll-based mass transfer
Figure 160. Schematic of laser-induced forward transfer technology
Figure 161. Schematic of fluid self-assembly technology
Figure 162. Schematic of colour conversion technology
Figure 163. Process flow of a full-colour microdisplay
Figure 164. LG QNED miniLED TV
Figure 165. microLED wearable display prototype
Figure 166. APHAEA Watch
Figure 167. Samsung Wall display system
Figure 168. Samsung Neo QLED 8K
Figure 169. MAGNIT MicroLED TV
Figure 170. Acer Predator X32 Mini-LED Gaming Monitor
Figure 171. Acer EI491CRG9 curved miniLED display
Figure 172. 12.9-inch iPad Pro
Figure 173. Apple Pro Display XDR
Figure 174. Asus ProArt PA32UCX
Figure 175. Lenovo ThinkVision Creator Extreme P27
Figure 176. Creator 17 gaming laptop
Figure 177. Samsung Odyssey G9 Neo gaming monitor
Figure 178. AU Optonics Flexible MicroLED Display
Figure 179. Schematic of the TALT technique for wafer-level microLED transferring
Figure 180. Foldable 4K C SEED M1
Figure 181. MicroLEDs for medical applications
Figure 182. 2023 Cadillac Lyriq EV incorporating mini-LED display
Figure 183. Different transparent displays and transmittance limitations
Figure 184. 7.56" high transparency & frameless MicroLED display
Figure 185. Supply Chain of miniLED Backlight
Figure 186. WireLED in 12” Silicon Wafer
Figure 187. Typical GaN-on-Si LED structure
Figure 188. 300 mm GaN-on-silicon epiwafer
Figure 189. MicroLED chiplet architecture
Figure 190. 1.39-inch full-circle microLED display
Figure 191. 9.4" flexible MicroLED display
Figure 192. BOE MiniLED display TV
Figure 193. BOE miniLED automotive display
Figure 194. Image obtained on a blue active-matrix WVGA (wide video graphics array) microdisplay
Figure 195. Fabrication of the 10-µm pixel pitch LED array on sapphire
Figure 196. A 200-mm wafer with CMOS active matrices for GaN 873 × 500-pixel microdisplay at 10-µm pitch
Figure 197. IntelliPix™ design for 0.26" 1080p microLED display
Figure 198. C Seed 165-inch M1 microLED TV
Figure 199. Flexible microLED
Figure 200. Jade Bird Display microdisplays
Figure 201. JBD's 0.13-inch panel
Figure 202. Prototype microLED display
Figure 203. APHAEA MicroLED watch
Figure 204. Lextar 2021 micro LED and mini LED products
Figure 205. LSAB009 microLED display
Figure 206. Schematic of Micro Nitride chip architecture
Figure 207. Nationstar Mini LED IMD Package P0.5mm
Figure 208. 9.4" flexible MicroLED display
Figure 209. 7.56-inch transparent Micro LED display
Figure 210. 48 x 36 Passive Matrix microLED display
Figure 211. The Wall
Figure 212. Samsung Neo QLED 8K
Figure 213. NPQD™ Technology for MicroLEDs
Figure 214. Wicop technology
Figure 215. B-Series and C-Series displays
Figure 216. Photo-polymer mass transfer process
Figure 217. Vuzix uLED display engine
Figure 218. TCL MiniLED TV schematic
Figure 219. The Cinema Wall MicroLED display
Figure 220. 7.56” Transparent Display
Figure 221. UMini0.9 4K
Figure 222. VueReal Flipchip microLED (30x15 um2)
Figure 223. Mi TV Master series
Figure 224. Comparative schematic of LCD, OLED and Micro LEDs
Figure 225. AMOLED schematic
Figure 226. Mirage smart speaker with wraparound touch display
Figure 227. LG rollable OLED TV
Figure 228. AU Optronics inkjet-printed OLED prototype
Figure 229. AU Optronics inkjet-printed OLED prototype
Figure 230. LG Display transparent OLED touch display
Figure 231. Transparent display in subway carriage window
Figure 232. SPD smart windows schematic
Figure 233. LG Display 55-inch Transparent OLED incorporating Gauzy technology
Figure 234. Xiaomi Mi TV LUX OLED Transparent Edition
Figure 235. LG Display transparent display
Figure 236. Global market revenues for OLEDs, 2018-2032 (Billions USD)

Companies Mentioned (Partial List)

A selection of companies mentioned in this report includes, but is not limited to:

  • 3DEYES Co., Ltd.
  • AjnaLens 
  • Aledia
  • ALLOS Semiconductors GmbH 
  • AlphaMicron, Inc. 
  • Apple 
  • Applied Quantum Materials, Inc.
  • Ares Materials, Inc.
  • Argus Science 
  • Arkema
  • Arpara 
  • Atrago
  • AU Optronics Corp. (AUO)
  • AU Optronics Corporation
  • Audi AG 
  • Augmedics 
  • AUO
  • AUO Optronics
  • Avantama AG
  • Avegant 
  • Avegant Corporation
  • Beijing BOE Display Technology Co., Ltd. 
  • BOE Display
  • BOE Technology Group Co., Ltd.
  • Bosch
  • Boston Club Co., Ltd.
  • Bright Vision
  • C Seed
  • C3Nano 
  • Canatu Oy 
  • CEA-Leti
  • Chang Chun Tuo Cai Technology Co. Ltd 
  • Chasm Advanced Materials
  • China Star Optoelectronics Technology (CSOT)
  • Chuanglongzhixin Madgaze
  • Compound Photonics US Corporation 
  • Continental AG
  • Covestro AG
  • CrystalPlex Corporation 
  • CSOT
  • CurveSYS GmbH
  • Da Peng VR (DPVR) 
  • Dispelix Oy
  • DMDisplay Co., Ltd.
  • Dream Glass 
  • E Ink Holdings, Inc. 
  • E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company (DuPont)
  • Eastman
  • Efun Technology Co., Ltd. 
  • Elephantech, Inc.
  • eLux, Inc.
  • eMagin Corporation 
  • Enhanlabo Co., Ltd.
  • Ennostar, Inc.
  • Epileds Technologies
  • EpiPix Ltd. 
  • Epistar 
  • Epson.
  • Ergis Group 
  • eSight.
  • Etulipa 
  • EverDisplay Optronics 
  • Everlight Electronics Co., Ltd. 
  • Everysight Ltd.
  • Fleep Technologies 
  • Flexbright Oy 
  • FlexEnable Limited.
  • Flexterra, Inc.
  • Forciot Oy Ltd.
  • Foxconn Electronics
  • Fronics
  • Futaba Corporation
  • Glo
  • Google
  • Goolton Technology Co., Ltd 
  • Guangdong Nanhai ETEB Technology Co., Ltd. 
  • HannStar Display Corp.
  • Hansol Chemical Co., Ltd. 
  • Harvatek Corporation
  • HC SemiTek Corporation
  • HCP Technology HCP Co., Ltd.
  • Helio Display Materials
  • HiScene
  • HiSense
  • Hisense Group Corp 
  • Hitachi Ltd.
  • HP Inc.
  • HTC Corporation 
  • Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd
  • Human Capable Inc
  • iBeam Materials, Inc. 
  • Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) 
  • Innolux Corporation 
  • Inuru GmbH
  • iQIYI Inc. 
  • Iristick.
  • IrisVision 
  • Jade Bird Display
  • Japan Display Inc. (JDI)
  • Japan Display, Inc.
  • JOLED Inc 
  • Joled Inc.
  • Jorjin Technologies Inc.
  • Karl Knauer KG 
  • Kateeva 
  • KC Wearable 
  • Konka Group 
  • Kopin Corporation 
  • Kubos Semiconductors 
  • Kulicke and Soffa Industries, Inc.
  • Kura Technologies
  • Kureha Corporation 
  • Kyocera Corporation 
  • Kyulux, Inc
  • Kyulux, Inc, 
  • LedMan Optoelectronics Co., Ltd. 
  • Lenovo
  • LetinAR 
  • Lextar
  • Leyard OptoElectronic 
  • LG Display
  • LG Display 
  • LG Display (LGD)
  • LG Display Co., Ltd.
  • LightSpace Technolgies, Inc.
  • Liquid Wire, Inc.
  • LMS Co., Ltd.
  • Longan Vision 
  • Lumens 
  • Lumileds Holding B.V. 
  • Luminit LLC 
  • Luminit, LLC
  • Lumiode, Inc.
  • Magic Leap, Inc.
  • Magna Rohinni Automotive 
  • Meta (Facebook) 
  • MICLEDI Microdisplays 
  • Micro Nitride Co., Ltd. 
  • Microsoft 
  • Mikro Mesa Technology Co., Ltd.
  • Moja Vision 
  • Molecular Glasses, Inc. 
  • Najing Technology Co.,Ltd
  • Nano Chem Tech, Inc.
  • Nanoco Group Plc 
  • Nanolumi 
  • NanoPhotonica, Inc.
  • Nanosys, Inc.
  • Nationstar 
  • NextVPU (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
  • Nichia Corporation
  • Noctiluca 
  • NOLO Lingyu Intelligent Control
  • Nreal 
  • NS Materials, Inc.
  • NS Nanotech 
  • NthDegree
  • Oji Holdings Corporation 
  • OLEDWorks
  • Omniply Technologies 
  • Optotune AG 
  • OQmented
  • OrCam Technologies Ltd. 
  • Osram Opto Semiconductors
  • OTI Lumionics 
  • Oxsight Ltd. 
  • Pacific Future
  • Panasonic 
  • PanelSemi Corporation 
  • Particle Works 
  • PhosphorTech Corporation 
  • Pico Interactive 
  • PiMAX Xiaopai Technology 
  • Pixel Display, Inc.
  • Pixie Dust Technologies, Inc.
  • Plastic Logic
  • PlayNitride, Inc. 
  • Plessey Semiconductors 
  • Plessey Semiconductors Ltd 
  • Poro Technologies Ltd (Porotech) 
  • QD Laser
  • Quantag
  • Quantum Materials Corporation
  • Quantum Solutions LLC
  • RealMax, Inc.
  • RiTdisplay Corporation
  • Rohinni LLC
  • Rokid
  • Royole Corporation 
  • Samsung 
  • Samsung Display
  • San'an Optoelectronics Co., Ltd. 
  • Saphlux, Inc. 
  • Schott AG 
  • Sekisui Polymatech Japan Co., Ltd.
  • Semiconductor Integrated Display Technology, or SidTek
  • Seoul Semiconductor/Seoul Viosys Co., Ltd.
  • Sharp Display Technology (SDTC) 
  • Shenzhen Aoto Electronics Co., Ltd. 
  • Shenzhen China Star Optoelectronics Technology Co., Ltd
  • Shenzhen Danbond Technology Co Ltd
  • Shenzhen Jufei Optoelectronics Co., Ltd. 
  • Shenzhen MTC 
  • Shenzhen SiTan Technology Limited
  • SmartKem Limited
  • SMK Corporation
  • Snapchat Spectacles
  • Solvay SA 
  • Somalytics
  • Sony 
  • Spectralics
  • SpectriS-dot BV
  • StoreDot Ltd. 
  • Stratacache 
  • Sun Corporation
  • Suzhou QingYue Optoelectronics Technology Co Ltd 
  • Tacterion 
  • TactoTek 
  • TactoTek Oy 
  • Taiyo Industrial Co., Ltd. 
  • Tanvas, Inc.
  • TCL 
  • TCL Corporation 
  • TCL Electronics 
  • Tech-Wave Industrial Co., Ltd.
  • Terecircuits Corporation
  • Tesseract Imaging Private Limited
  • ThirdEye Gen, Inc.
  • Tianjin Central Electronic Lighting Technology Co., Ltd. (Zhonghuan Quantum) 
  • Tianma
  • Tianma Display Technology Co., Ltd., 
  • Tianma Microelectronics Co., Ltd. 
  • Tilt Five, Inc
  • Tobii Technology KK 
  • Toshiba 
  • TPV-Vision
  • TriLite Technologies GmbH 
  • Unilumin
  • Unique Materials 
  • Unity Opto Technology Co., Ltd
  • Varjo Technologies Oy
  • VerLASE Technologies LLC
  • Visionox
  • Visteon Corporation
  • VitreaLab GmbH 
  • vivo 
  • VueReal
  • VueReal, Inc.
  • Vuzix Corporation 
  • Wah Hong Industrial Corporation
  • X-Display
  • Xiamen Changelight Co., Ltd. 
  • Xiaomi 
  • Xiaomi Corporation 
  • Ximmerse (Guangdong Virtual Reality Technology Co., Ltd.)
  • Yamamoto Kogaku Co., Ltd. 
  • Ynvisible Interactive Inc