MicroLEDs have potential to drive the next generation of electronic display screens with reduced energy requirements, higher contrast ratio, and faster response times. Using current manufacturing techniques to arrange and precisely place the millions of elements needed for even small screens however is prohibitively costly which has kept microLEDs from being mass-produced. Assembling even a smartphone-sized screen is estimated to take about 18 weeks. This innovation uses microfluidics and lasers to transport, arrange, and precisely place multiple small-scale semiconductor elements, such as microLEDs, at the same time. With the microLED market expected to reach $21B by 2027 at a CAGR of roughly 100%, many large companies are devoting significant resources towards its development.