Mojo 14K PPI Display ‘key’ to invisible computing

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The new Mojo 14K PPI Display will enable more seamless, efficient and mobile augmented reality (AR) experiences, according to Steve Sinclair, senior vice president of product and marketing at Mojo Vision.

Quick read

➨ Mojo Vision raised $58 million in additional funding earlier this year to continue development of its secret invisible computing project

➨ The California-based startup recently developed the new Mojo 14K PPI Display

➨ The display uses MicroLEDs, which are brighter than OLED-based pixels

The story

Mojo Vision raised $58 million in additional funding earlier this year to continue development of its secret invisible computing project.

Google’s Gradient Ventures and Advantech Capital were among the strategic and venture investors that participated in the funding round. The startup has so far raised more than $108 million, including $50 million+ in November 2018.

The California-based startup recently developed the new Mojo 14K PPI Display, which Sinclair described as a key building block of its invisible computing platform.

He said: “It uses MicroLEDs which are brighter than OLED-based pixels, yet require around 10% of the power of LCD-based pixels. With a 1.3µm pixel pitch and a pixel density that’s 300 times greater than current smartphone displays, our 14K PPI Display is the size of a grain of sand and is nearly invisible, making it the world’s smallest and densest dynamic—or moving—content display in the world.”

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Image credit: Mojo Vision