0.5” OLED display delivers UXGA resolution at up to 240fps

November 22, 2018 // By Julien Happich
The Sony ECX339A OLED Microdisplay features top-of-class UXGA resolution and achieves the world’s smallest pixel pitch of 6.3µm plus high-speed frame rates up to 240fps. 

Available at global imaging expert Framos, the ECX339A is a 0.5”-type of display and reaches the highest resolution in its class, with 1600x1200 pixels UXGA. By leveraging Sony's OLED display and miniaturization technology, the ECX339A achieves the same level of low-power operation as its predecessors, but with resolution factor 1.6. The speed is now also doubled with the new Microdisplay achieving up to 240fps (dual-line progressive) when paired with Sony’s original driving system. With LVDS / Sub-LVDS video interfacing, a maximum luminance of 1000cd/m² and excellent 100,000:1 or higher contrast ratio, the new ECX339A is well-suited for head-mounted devices enabling Virtual and Augmented Reality with excellent image quality and fast response times.
The doubled frame rate allows the capture of fast-moving subjects with higher accuracy, delivering a more comfortable shooting experience. In digital camera electronic viewfinders and head-mounted display devices, this will help to improve image delay issue for items superimposed on real-world vision of AR/VR and to avoid motion sickness during usage. Mass production starts in November 2018.
Framos - www.framos.com


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