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eMagin wins U.S. patent for 3D OLED device

Posted: 21 May 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

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eMagin Corp. has received notification from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office of patent issuance for the invention of its 3D OLED device, U.S. Patent No. 10,017,769, "Three dimensional display emulation method and system."

The company says the patent describes a stereoscopic display device incorporating a pair of OLED microdisplays in a near-eye display. The device processes an emulation video signal providing alternate frames of left and right video data with an "enable" signal provided to update data with corresponding frame data of the emulation signal. This patent provides for the method of generating highly realistic 3D which is built into eMagin SVGA-3D microdisplay.

Combined with eMagin's top-emitting, active matrix OLED devices and unique IC architecture, which stores color and graphics data under each pixel, this patented 3D method provides rapid updated 3D with each eye receiving a flicker-free, non-shuttered image. "This 3D imaging capability remains realistic regardless of head movement or head position relative to a screen, unlike shutter glasses or 3D liquid crystal display computer screens," said Susan Jones, EVP, eMagin.

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