Microdisplays will alter the way we perceive AR/VR, HUDs, HMDs, and other wearables. Humans could ultimately be freed of keyboards, mice and carrying ‘boxes of technology.’ Everything we need would be at our beck-and-call—by voice, eye movements, and the wave of a hand. What’s happening with microdisplays is nothing short of jaw dropping. Global tech giants are diving in, investing big to improve both technology and performances. New technologies and manufacturers continue to enter the field. VR headset launches, enabling technologies, and developments in optimized components are sure to catapult virtual reality to the forefront of personal computing. SID Board Member and Chair of Marketing Sri Peruvemba will discuss how this exciting new platform will likely change the way we communicate, even react and behave toward one another.
Sri Peruvemba is a Board Member and Chair of Marketing of The Society for Information Display (SID). Peruvemba is an industry veteran with successful tenure at notable display manufacturers such as Standish Industries, Planar, Sharp, E Ink and CLEARink. With over 30 years of experience in the technology industry, Peruvemba has been an influential advocate in the advancement of electronic hardware technologies. He is an acknowledged expert on sensors, electronic displays, haptics, touch screens, and related technologies; and consults, writes, and presents on those subjects globally. Based in Silicon Valley, Peruvemba advises high tech firms in the U.S., Canada, and Europe. SID provides a unique platform for industry collaboration, communication, and training in all related technologies while showcasing the industry's best new products. Display Week 2020 will be held June 7-12, 2020, in San Francisco. For more information, visit www.displayweek.org.