I have been trading VUZI for 4 years & have Realized Profits of over $30,000 .
All the money I now use to trade in VUZI are from my Realized Profits .
No possibility of a "loss" on the aggregate of my VUZI trades .
I will admit I have not been 100% accurate on all my trades .
100% though, is irrelevant .
" In other words their 2k by 2k VR device could not?"
Correct , but remember they are dumbing down the specs for the "consumer" market to lower the cost .
I would assume this will eventually enable it to be exported .
Doen't matter what you buy you will lose your money .
You bought high & sold low.
You didn't do proper DD .
You likely put too much of your capital in one investment hoping to get rich quick instead of diversifying .
You're a noob that is obvious .
Stay in the shallow end till you learn how to doggie paddle .
A phone display strapped to your face - now that's pathetic .
What a moron . How much revenue did Oculus have before the $2+ Billion buy out by Facebook ?
Zero would be the correct answer .
Please be more specific.
Look at what's happening in the industry . No one is rolling out product in any volume .
Google Glass 1.0 killed . Google Glass Explorer Edition - unknown launch date .
Oculus Rift - 1H 2016
Holonens - Developer units shipping within 1 year
My guess is the timing . When will the actual sales fall ? 2015 or 2016
Better to keep guidance where it is & beat than raise & miss .
Our display order books are very high this quarter from a military customers and that includes a number of limited international orders that we’re very pleased with places that we haven’t gotten orders before.
So on the avionics market, just to talk for a minute about specific revenue for that market. We've designed a new display for customer and we have a second customer who wants us to modify our current display and we’re actually pretty much done with both of those.
And the customer has funded those respected programs and now we’re selling displays to them for their military HMD qualifications. So they’re going through testing, once that passes we’ll have volume sales for them.
Thanks rhardiman4 ,
It appears they were attempting a ramp on their own - Sept 2014 , then , with the Intel deal, they took a step back to build a & larger facility . Likely with Intel's input & collaboration .
thanks luckylass57 ,
So it appears they were preparing a waveguide ramp (Sept 2014) & then , with the Intel deal, they needed an even bigger facility .
This sounds pretty encouraging to me .