more of your meaningless words
just like when you said you'd be gone forever @ $2.25
now on to ignore with you - forever
Alternats for open discussion are :
& I have an open Reddit thread - Google "Emagin Discussion"
Not competitors . OLED supplies raw materials . EMAN supplies finished goods . I believe EMAN purchases some raw materials from OLED .
On John Carmack's radar .
On AMD's radar
eMagin Corporation (NYSE MKT:EMAN), announced today that it has been granted a patent (U.S. Patent No. 9,366,871) for a microdisplay-based immersive headset, providing a user experience of complete involvement with the display’s imagery. The patent covers the integration of microdisplays and optical elements to design an ergonomically appealing immersive headset. The design offers flip up/flip down functionality that allows users to quickly move the display in and out of their line of sight. The flip display also incorporates a switchable Virtual Reality/Augmented Reality feature that enables the user to switch easily between VR and AR modes.
“It is important to us that the form, fit, and feel of the headset enhance users’ overall experience, allowing them to spend more time enjoying the use of the product.”
“One of our goals is to improve upon the current state of VR headset design,” said Kip Kokinakis, President of eMagin’s HMD group. “It is important to us that the form, fit, and feel of the headset enhance users’ overall experience, allowing them to spend more time enjoying the use of the product.” Kokinakis continued, “We also looked at the growing market trend towards mixed reality, or the combining of VR and AR, and designed a unique set of optomechanical elements for switching the headset seamlessly between VR and AR modes.”
Andrew G. Sculley, President and CEO of eMagin Corporation added, “When combined with our OLED microdisplay technology, users reach a new level of uncompromised immersive VR and AR performance. Our OLED microdisplays provide the high contrast, fast response time, vivid colors, and high pixel density (no screen door effects) required for superior VR applications while addressing the ultra-high brightness demanded for AR applications.”
I'm sure EMAN and VUZI have a relationship .
VUZI used eMagin displays in the Tac-Eye before they sold their military business to Six-15 .
Also Dan Cui of eMagin previously worked for VUIZ .
I've seen a slide of the iWear showing a 4k future version which could possibly use EMAN displays .
If 6 weeks ago they were making a run of say 1,000 M300's for fall with existing capital and then they get orders for 10,000 units , wouldn't you think more capital would be warranted ?
Things change - obviously .
We will certainly see by next CC if Travers is full of it or not .
Filed in 2012 - awarded July 5 2016
OLED microdisplay is an option
I got my Gear VR working now .
I agree , It's a good entry level unit . Especially if you are getting a new smartphone anyway .
"A ramp is not what the PR said."
Clearly were not on the same page .
"supporting the launches of its new M300 and M3000 Smart Glasses,"