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Microdisplay market is expected to grow US$ 8942.3 million by 2025 from US$
 845.3 million in 2016. The sales of microdisplays is largely influenced by
 numerous economic and non-economic factors. The sales pattern for microdis
plays have faced similar ups and downs as the global economy. Therefore, th
e global economy plays a key role in the development of microdisplay market
. Amongst the non-economic factors, application markets influence their sal
es. Healthcare, military & defense, automobile and consumer electronics sec
tors are the application markets for microdisplay. The automobile and indus
trial sectors are expected to have a large impact on the growth of microdis
plays market. Also for the consumer electronics industry, entertainment ver
tical is expected to witness high usage of AR VR devices and other HMDs whe
re microdisplays are required.

Re: Microdisplay Market Technology (LCD, LCoS, DLP and OLED), Application and Industry Verticals
Karishma M wrote on 8/30/2017 6:15 AM:
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What exactly *are* microdisplays?  What are AR, VR and HMDs?  Humans of Mass  
Destruction?

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Re: Microdisplay Market Technology (LCD, LCoS, DLP and OLED), Application and Industry Verticals
On 08/30/2017 01:58 PM, rickman wrote:

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Augmented reality, virtual reality, head mounted displays.  All designed  
to help extend and perpetuate the current problem of people glued to  
their phones and ignoring their surroundings (especially their families  
and the occasional car on a collision course).

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Phil Hobbs


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