Qualcomm and others alike were interested in a record microdisplay with a 12,000ppi pixel density in South Korea

Qualcomm and others alike were interested in a record microdisplay with a 12,000ppi pixel density in ...

Raontech, a South Korean company, has exceeded even the most basic expectations by introducing a 12,000 ppi microdisplay.

Raontech's management discussed the new development yesterday. LCoS displays were widely used for the production of projectors before AR and VR technologies in recent years.

According to Qualcomm CEO Bo-eun Kim, "We have served over 200 people across the globe, not only in AR," but also in medical solutions and optical communications." Thus, this factoryless developer demonstrates that he is aiming at the global market. At the end of last year, a reference microdisplay with a record pixel density was sent to Qualcomm.

Raontech is now on the verge of going public, which will take place in March as a SPAC merger with Daishin Balance. This will help to further develop advanced displays, not only in terms of LCoS, but also using LED technology.

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