The global microdisplay market is likely to exhibit robust growth in the coming years, with the market expected to exhibit a strong 10.8% CAGR in the 2017-2022 forecast period. The microdisplay market has benefited from the consistent progression of the electronics sector, which has led to growing demand for microdisplays for projection and near-the-eye applications and is likely to enable smooth growth of the microdisplay market in the coming years due to the increasing ease of producing them and incorporating them into the existing electronics ecosystem. The microdisplay market arose as an asset to projection devices, but has made solid gains primarily due to its rising demand in near-the-eye devices.

The global microdisplays market is likely to be dominated by LCD technology in the coming years despite growing demand for OLED microdisplays. LCD technology has been vital to the global microdisplay market due to its preexisting use in several parts of the electronics industry, which made it feasible for mass production at low costs. However, the technological limitations of LCD and LCoS at small sizes, especially their tendency to heat up and their higher power requirements, have led to OLED technology assuming an important role in the global microdisplay market in the last few years. O

The rising demand for smart glasses and their underlying technology in various sectors is likely to remain a major driver for the global microdisplay market in the coming years. Smart glasses have become a major offering for several tech companies due to the enhancement they provide in terms of personal engagement with devices such as smartphones. The technology behind smart glasses is also being used on a large scale in the aerospace and defense sector, thanks to the steady advancement in eyeball tracking technology. This is likely to provide solid impetus to the global microdisplay market in the coming years due to the rising push for military modernization across the world.

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The rising demand for augmented and virtual reality technology is also likely to be a key driver for the global microdisplay market in the coming years. AR and VR headsets require highly advanced microdisplays, as they have to provide peak performance at close physical proximity to the user, which means concerns such as overheating need to be addressed comprehensively. The growing use of AR and VR technology in the gaming and entertainment sector is thus likely to be a key driver for the global microdisplay market in the coming years.

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