MIPI DSI has been widely adopted. It is ubiquitous in smartphones and also being used in tablets, laptops and laptop/tablet hybrids. It is also being implemented by the automotive industry for dashboard displays and in-car infotainment systems, and used in wearables, IoT and virtual/augmented reality applications.
MIPI DSI operates on the MIPI D-PHY physical layer. It uses a command set defined in the MIPI Display Command Set (MIPI DCS). It also incorporates the Display Stream Compression (DSC) Standard from the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA). Overall, the feature set of MIPI DSI is quite similar to that of the more recent MIPI DSI-2℠ specification, which offers support for both MIPI D-PHY℠ and MIPI C-PHY℠.