The QXGA-R9 is a 3.1 MPixel or 2048 X 1536 pixel FLCoS for applications requiring a very high resolution microdisplay or a fast spatial light modulator (SLM) operating in either amplitude modulation or phase modulation.
Configured as a near-to-eye (NTE) display the QXGA-R9 is one of the highest resolution microdisplay in the world with over 3.1 million pixels in a 21mm (0.83”) diagonal.
Using Time Domain Imaging™ to create high fidelity images, it enables immersive (>100°) wide field of view (WFOV) head mounted display systems to be realised without resolvable pixel structure.
As a fast SLM it can display binary bit-planes in real time at frequencies >5.7 KHz enabling developments in a range of industrial applications.
Building on 10+ years of FLCoS design and manufacturing at Forth Dimensions Displays, the QXGA-R9 represents the latest revolutionary step in fast, versatile, high resolution, high quality microdisplay systems.
- Reflective microdisplay with 0.83” / 21.0 mm diagonal active area
- QXGA resolution – 2048 x 1536 pixels with a 8.2 μm pitch
- High fill factor > 94%
- 24-bit native colour depth (8-bit per colour)
- Image processing options – gamma correction/dither
- Fast switching liquid crystal (typically 40μs)
- Fast binary mode performance (>5.7KHz) at SXGA resolution
- Application optimised display addressing sequences
- USB Interface for system control
- GUI for system set-up and administration
- Default DisplayPort video input
- Daughterboard expansion header for custom system integration
- Time Domain Imaging™ colour and greyscale
- Greater than full HD and WUXGA
- Enables 2K/full HD video window with an OSD above and below
- High speed – 120Hz native WUXGA performance at 24-bit colour
- Scalable brightness and customisable colour gamut
- No sub pixels or colour filters
- Flexi-redirectors to meet Interpupillary Distance
- RGB-LED Illuminator Unit
- Near-To-Eye Viewing Optics
TRAINING AND SIMULATION
- Monocular viewers
- Binocular viewers
- Head mounted displays (HMDs)
- Helmet mounted displays (HMDs)
- Image injection for surgical microscopes
- Image guided surgery (IGS)
- Stereoscopic imaging
- Ophthalmic metrology
- Structured illumination microscopy (SIM)
FILM AND TELEVISION PRODUCTION
- Full HD electronic viewfinders (EVFs)
- Native 2K EVFs