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atlas12005 12 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 17, 2014 12:18 PM Member since: Feb 23, 2005
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  • Reply to

    Yutong Bus

    by g_wms Jun 20, 2014 4:04 PM
    atlas12005 atlas12005 Jul 17, 2014 12:18 PM Flag

    What is your new entry point

  • Reply to

    Yutong Bus

    by g_wms Jun 20, 2014 4:04 PM
    atlas12005 atlas12005 Jul 9, 2014 8:41 PM Flag

    It is hard to understand what the release is saying. The English is horrible. can anyone take a shot at summarizing what this means to MXWL.
    They only sold 1382 hybrids in 1st half?
    the increase in the second half is due to electric buses 2000?
    so for the whole year they will sell 1382+1382+2000=4764
    None of this makes sense

  • atlas12005 atlas12005 Jul 2, 2014 10:31 PM Flag

    it is not clear to me the difference between "new energy buses, 45k buses" and "pure electric, 4000 by end of 2015". new energy could mean natural gas?. 4000 pure electric sounds very low. your thoughts?

  • atlas12005 by atlas12005 Jun 3, 2014 9:48 PM Flag

    LCOS VS OLED Microdisplay
    .

    Efficient Projection: The LCOS projection consumes two

    orders of magnitude more power than its proximity requires,

    due to luminance drops in the display path. Replacing this

    projection with a transparent OLED screen in front of the

    eye would reduce power draw by avoiding luminance drops.

    Moreover, the see-through nature of OHMDs means that for

    many apps, few pixels are active at any time. This is optimal

    for OLED, as inactive pixels do not draw power.

    Efficient Projection: The LCOS projection consumes two

    orders of magnitude more power than its proximity requires,

    due to luminance drops in the display path. Replacing this

    projection with a transparent OLED screen in front of the

    eye would reduce power draw by avoiding luminance drops.

    Moreover, the see-through nature of OHMDs means that for

    many apps, few pixels are active at any time. This is optimal

    for OLED, as inactive pixels do not draw power.

    .......Efficient Projection: The LCOS projection consumes two

    orders of magnitude more power than its proximity requires,

    due to luminance drops in the display path. Replacing this

    projection with a transparent OLED screen in front of the

    eye would reduce power draw by avoiding luminance drops.

    Moreover, the see-through nature of OHMDs means that for

    many apps, few pixels are active at any time. This is optimal

    for OLED, as inactive pixels do not draw power.

  • Reply to

    Anyone at San Diego, CA ?

    by surrealskiller Jun 3, 2014 11:17 AM
    atlas12005 atlas12005 Jun 3, 2014 6:57 PM Flag

    So how does this A 0.23 inch nHD+ OLED microdisplay has been developed with high-resolution 7.8µm pixel pitch compare to what eman has. could there be possibly others showing better microdisplays at the conference. Is anyone out there

  • atlas12005 atlas12005 Jun 1, 2014 3:33 PM Flag

    The move that apple made to buy luxvue has to make a number of the big players out there nervous. Google, Microsoft etc. these guys must be sitting on the drawing board figuring apple's next move and try to counter it before they are too late to market. if they are thinking of using regular OLED not micro oled, they have to think deeply. it just feels that there is going to be a lot of movement in the space now. hopefully something nice breaks our way

  • Efficient Projection: The LCOS projection consumes two

    orders of magnitude more power than its proximity requires,

    due to luminance drops in the display path. Replacing this

    projection with a transparent OLED screen in front of the

    eye would reduce power draw by avoiding luminance drops.

    Moreover, the see-through nature of OHMDs means that for

    many apps, few pixels are active at any time. This is optimal

    for OLED, as inactive pixels do not draw power.

    Efficient Projection: The LCOS projection consumes two

    orders of magnitude more power than its proximity requires,

    due to luminance drops in the display path. Replacing this

    projection with a transparent OLED screen in front of the

    eye would reduce power draw by avoiding luminance drops.

    Moreover, the see-through nature of OHMDs means that for

    many apps, few pixels are active at any time. This is optimal

    for OLED, as inactive pixels do not draw power.

    .......Efficient Projection: The LCOS projection consumes two

    orders of magnitude more power than its proximity requires,

    due to luminance drops in the display path. Replacing this

    projection with a transparent OLED screen in front of the

    eye would reduce power draw by avoiding luminance drops.

    Moreover, the see-through nature of OHMDs means that for

    many apps, few pixels are active at any time. This is optimal

    for OLED, as inactive pixels do not draw power.

  • atlas12005 atlas12005 May 30, 2014 10:34 PM Flag

    once upon a time during the early 90's when fiber optic stocks were the darlings of wallstreet. there was a laggerd stock by the symbol of ORTL. it was at $13.00. I looked at it and bought it and told a friend about it. I hanged on for two months and gave up and sold. my friend did not. soon after I sold it, the stock jumped to $50 and went on to $200. lucent bought them. just a piece of true info for your imagination.

    Good luck

  • Reply to

    samsung virtual reality glass

    by atlas12005 May 23, 2014 3:33 PM
    atlas12005 atlas12005 May 23, 2014 5:01 PM Flag

    if they can make it without a microdisplay then what would drive the designers to go with a microdisplay

  • samsung is making a VR glass. will this have micro OLED?. google it

  • Reply to

    Maxwell and Tesla?

    by cascademtnclimber May 5, 2014 12:51 PM
    atlas12005 atlas12005 May 5, 2014 10:32 PM Flag

    can not see where the presentation is at. or how to download?. thanks

  • They said on the call that that they are beyond the RFP stage and they are doting the I's etc. this means they are finalizing the contract. So you can be extremely judgmental for flat QTR to QTR. But close announcements about several car customers puts this stock at a different paradigm. If you are here trying to shave a dollar or two, good luck you may make money on couple of rounds but miss a potential multi bagger.

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