In our latest blog post, we take a look at how MicroVision’s head of research and development, Dale Zimmerman, combines his role as a visual scientist and his personal passion for photography to create beautiful images.
There are a lot of 50 year anniversaries this year popping up around me. Having debuted at the 1962 World’s Fair in Seattle, the Space Needle is honoring its 50th birthday by returning the needle to its original galaxy gold color and hosting numerous events throughout the year. Last week as we noted on our […]
We’ve seen a lot of cool applications of MicroVision’s PicoP technology lately, and On Patient Imaging from Andrew B. Holbrook of the Kim Butts Pauly Lab at Stanford University is especially intriguing. Using MicroVision’s PicoP® Evaluation Kit, Holbrook created On Patient Imaging to display Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) directly on a patient’s body. Not only […]
Check out this project. A little company by the name of Disney has been capturing quite a bit of attention with their new research project called MotionBeam, a gaming platform that utilizes MicroVision’s PicoP technology to display images that are always in focus, even in constant motion, allowing gamers to break free from the fixed […]
Lance Evans, director of business development for head-up display and ten-year veteran of MicroVision recently spoke about the advantages of direct green lasers, automotive HUD and growing sales around the SHOWWX+ product line. Read the entire article here: MicroVision counts on disruptive green laser technology, narrowed focus, and big partners for success in pico projector […]