January was a busy month for us here at MicroVision. Not only did our team travel down to Las Vegas for CES, but we had exciting announcements with PicoP Gen 2 laser display engine, PicoMagic applications and our collaboration with WOWee ONE – all of which generated really great media coverage.
Once we returned to Redmond, we were eager to get back to work especially after all the positive feedback we received on our technology, specifically the PicoMagic display applications and PicoP Gen 2 HD laser display engine. In addition to winning the Popular Science “Product of the Future” award and seeing great articles post in The Huffington Post, Engadget, Tom’s Guide, and Ubergizmo, we also continued to see articles publish following the show.
The UK publication T3 named our PicoMagic display applications the best application at CES this year, showing that our technology has breached global barriers. Additionally, Jeremy Hill of Gamertell wrote about his hands-on experience with the PicoP Gen 2 laser display engine and how he thinks it will change the future of gaming. TechNewsDaily also wrote about the PicoMagic display applications, describing how our PicoP touch interactive display worked and saying the technology is “mind blowing.”
Later in the month, the tech gurus at AllThingsD published an article which featured MicroVision’s PicoP Gen 2 laser display as a future display technology. The article specifically focused on how PicoP touch interactive could be an alternate option for standard keyboards and touchscreens – a pretty cool feature if you ask us.
The splash we made at CES was a great way to start off 2012. We can’t wait to see what the rest of the year has in store for us!