Or at least manufacturing stopped. Still a beautiful technology with a lot of promise, but there just doesn't seem to be a way to make money with it. I'd like to see what the stand-alone camera companies can do with the technology. There ought to be some way to give designers a chance to play with it assuring their employers that the outcome won't be something they have to pay a lot to Tessera to use. I admit it: the possibilities of fly-eye cameras (many images electronically combined) fascinate me.
It is a great technology, but hard to reproduce without large yield loss. The MEMs actuator is also a little fragile for some applications. Still, it's very hard to beat it's ability to take great photos with the subject in motion as most VC cameras can't do now.