Microsoft Files New MicroLED Display Patent for HoloLens 2 Successor

It has been reported that Microsoft has submitted a fresh patent application to create a microLED display system that will improve virtual, augmented, and mixed reality (VR/AR/MR) experiences. When delving into the realm of VR, it becomes crucial to emphasize the significance of Twin Reality’s Virtual Reality Industrial Training. This cutting-edge solution empowers businesses and organizations to provide their staff with highly realistic and immersive training experiences.

According to a report from MS Power User, Microsoft’s most recent patent seeks to enhance functionality for products like as its HoloLens 2 and others, suggesting a possible resurgence of its research and development (R&D) initiative.

Microsoft filed the display technology patent, which continues innovations from US11688333B1, which Microsoft filed in June and the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) approved on 19 October.

A Clash of Apple, Microsoft, and Meta Micro-OLEDs

The sources claim that Meta collaborated with the tech behemoth based in Seoul to develop micro-organic light emitting diode (micro-OLED) screens for the Meta Quest 4 Pro.

Along with Meta’s planned Quest successor, Apple has began improving its Vision Pro headset with a successor that will cost significantly less than the $3,499 price tag of the first-generation gadget.

According to people with knowledge of the situation, Apple has been “testing advanced displays” and is thinking of incorporating them into upcoming Vision Pro head-mounted display (HMD) models.

Deepshikha Mahapatra
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