As we welcome spring with open arms, we are packing our bags for several exciting events and driving a few miles for another – but near or far they all will allow us to showcase how our PicoP® scanning technology and its ability to display, interact and sense enables a wide range of products and applications with a better way to see, experience and navigate this complex, connected world.
With these happenings and a new order for our display engine recently announced, we welcome the opportunity to get out and connect with potential customers around the corner and around the world.
ST Technology Tour 2017
Our co-marketing partnership with STMicroelectronics enables us to be part of a technology day they are hosting right in our own backyard in Seattle on April 18. We will be demonstrating our interactive display capabilities along with our small form factor display engine. Attendees at the event will also hear a presentation by ST on Laser Beam Scanning technology, which ST and MicroVision are promoting globally. Learn more: http://www.st.com/techtour
Laser Display and Lighting Conference 2017
LDC is an international conference on laser displays, laser lighting, and related technologies. The 6th conference, LDC 2017, will be held April 19-21 in Yokohama, Japan. This year on April 18, Selvan Viswanathan, a MicroVision principal engineer, will present on Laser Beam Scanning Short Throw Displays and Laser-Based Virtual Touchscreens. Learn more: http://ldc.opicon.jp/
Laser Expo 2017
From April 19 to 21, MicroVision will be exhibiting at the Laser Expo 2017, Booth N-10. Organized annually by The Laser Society of Japan, the expo has constantly pushed the boundaries to introduce state of the art laser technology in the 21st century. MicroVision will have live demonstrations and video overviews as part of our exhibit. Learn more: http://www.opie.jp/en/le/index.php
MEMS Engineer Forum 2017
MEF 2017 brings together key MEMS researchers, developers, and engineers to create new movements in the technology field through the vision and skills these prestigious players offer. At this year’s forum, MicroVision’s Director of Product Engineering, Jari Honkanen, will speak on April 27 on Applications Generated from a MEMS-based Laser Beam Scanning Technology Platform.
A platform is a group of technologies that are used as a base upon which other applications are developed. Jari’s session will discuss how a single MEMS device combined with laser diodes forms a technology platform to support a wide variety of applications and products, from displays to 3D sensors and 3D printers.
This application tour will span display applications from retinal scanning displays to head-up displays to projection displays, and 3D sensors from mid-range LiDAR to Optical Coherence Tomography, to a variety of other applications such as 3D printers. Learn more: https://www.m-e-f.info/