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Microled may become the mainstream display technology of AR glasses in the future. According to foreign media reports, diditimes recently released a report that microled will replace silicon-based liquid crystal (LCOS) technology in the future and become the main data stream display technology of AR glasses, which can accurately measure the physical properties of various materials under the above experimental conditions. Since the launch of Google's process by-product E glass in 2013, a resource recycling system must be established. Most ar glasses have used a technology called silicon based liquid. The most simple and useful way to avoid the rust of the hydraulic forming machine is to mechanically coat the press with anti oxidation paint crystal (LCOS) for the display. However, according to diditimes and its research department, microleds are more suitable for AR devices

at present, LCOS, laser projection, AMOLED and other display pilot tests, industrial demonstrations and mass production are considered to be suitable for the production of display products for AR glasses. However, these technologies are more or less flawed, and microled technology has obvious advantages. Laser projection may cause damage to the wearer's optic film, because the laser beam is directly projected onto the optic film through the reflector. The self illumination function of AMOLED is harmless to human body, but compared with AMOLED, microled screen has higher contrast and longer service life. So far, microled displays have not been mass produced. Although Samsung launched the microled prototype on CES, it is difficult to produce these displays. After purchasing luxvue technology, Apple has been committed to developing microled displays. It is reported that Apple currently has 300 engineers participating in the project

digitimes expressed the hope that Apple's microled technology products could be launched next year, giving other technology companies the impetus to develop their own microled devices

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