The high-performance single-crystal silicon transistors allow the use of very small pixel sizes, resulting in high-density displays with ~1700 full-color pixels per inch.
Color-filter type, transmissive LCD
Kopin’s color displays utilize industry standard color filter technology, which allows CyberDisplay products to be compatible with standard video input formats. Each pixel is composed of three color (red, green and blue) dots. The transmissive display allows the use of much simpler optics than the reflective displays.
Ultra-compact size (0.16” – 0.97” diagonal)
The ultra-high pixel density means compact size for the resolution. In addition, the transmissive nature of the CyberDisplay products allows use of the thinnest and smallest optics.
Wide range of resolutions for a variety of applications
The architecture and manufacturing of CyberDisplay LCDs allow very short cycle time for new displays. This has enabled Kopin to offer displays with a wide range of resolutions, ranging from medium resolution for camcorder viewfinders to HD-TV resolution. The displays are offered in the normal 4:3 aspect ratio and the wide 16:9 aspect ratio.
Low power consumption
The small size of CyberDisplay LCDs means much lower power consumption than larger displays with the same resolution. In addition, Kopin’s patent-pending low-voltage (LV) and clock driverless architecture reduce substantially reduce the power consumption of the display panel. The low power driver ASIC and high efficiency backlight also reduce the display system power.
The CyberDisplay LCDs exhibit brightness more than 1000 nits (cd/m2), and more than 10,000 nits in some displays.
Module products for easy design-in
Electronic viewfinder (EVF) for digital cameras and display module with optics for video eyewear are offered for speedy product introduction and lower cost.