Did we ever figure out green lasers? What is the problem now?
I saw Texas Instruments picop in action at the sony store in the mall. I wasnt impressed with the brightness. They had 2 on display projection on a white movie screen. I put my hand on top of one of the units projecting, it was a little warm.
But seeing the TI in action, i wouldn't buy one unless it was my only choice to watch something.
Does anyone here know if mvis picop is brighter? If so, why isnt it in the Sony or apple stores?
i am one of the long bagholders. I havent followed mvis because i have lost faith in the company since the RS.
You and I and a awhole lot of others. Nobody kows but MVIS management and they ain't talkin'. They ain't producing anything either. Hoping for a HUD to hit the streets with our tech, that seems to obe the easy entry for me. Too many folks investing in Green Laser production not to be turning up somewhere soon, but the company will never tell you. The pps could go to a buck, and you'll hear nothing from MVIS. They don't care about shareholders very much and don't support usl. If you are like me, you will hold because it makes no sense to sell at this point. Anything that looks like market acceptance will make the patents worth something as they are valued at nothing right now. I have written off the whole investment at this point due to Tokmans lack of credibility and inability to land one revenue producing contract. Even a blind squirrel finds a nut once and awhile and I think it is Tokmans turn. He certainly has looked long enough.