Augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) are two novel display technologies that are under updates. The essential feature of AR/VR is the full-color display that requires high pixel densities. To generate three-color pixels, the fluorescent color conversion layer inevitably includes green and red pixels. To fabricate such sort of display kits, inkjet printing is a promising way to position the color conversion layers. In this review article, the progress of AR/VR technologies is first re-viewed, and in succession, the state of the art of inkjet printing, as well as two key issues — the optimization of ink and the reduction of coffee-ring effects, are introduced. Finally, some potential problems associated with the color converting layer are highlighted.