CES is always a whirlwind of activity and this year was no different. We were manning three suites at the Westgate Hotel to demonstrate to customers, analysts and partners the breadth of our technology. We also had a number of products on hand that have launched or have been announced that incorporate our PicoP® display […]
Spring cleaning is something that can be cathartic – a figurative and literal freshening up and opening the windows to let the sunshine in. We did just that at MicroVision recently- but of course as high tech developers, we were cleaning out old electronics and equipment from our labs as much as dust and dirt […]
As we enter into a new year, it is usually associated with new beginnings. At MicroVision we are excited at the prospects that 2015 holds, but for us new developments that come forward this year are a continuation of events that have been in motion for some time. Right out of the gate, the world’s […]
Last week Sony announced the development of a pico projector module “equipped with Sony’s independently-developed image processing system, that uses laser beam scanning (LBS)” and “incorporates the PicoP technology developed by MicroVision, Inc.” We are extremely pleased and gratified that laser beam scanning technology that MicroVision pioneered is being adopted by a technology leader and […]
Trends emerging from Mobile World Congress which concluded recently in Barcelona are reflective of the fact that people use their mobile devices to discover, consume and share content more than ever before. We explore a few that stood out to us that point to exciting opportunities for PicoP display technology and its ability to bring enhanced visibility to the world of mobility.
Recent studies show that mobile data consumption — especially watching video — is set to skyrocket over the next five years. As people turn to mobile devices to view visual content the limitations of the small screen will become increasingly apparent creating opportunities for pico projection.