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joe_spaz2003 68 posts  |  Last Activity: 7 hours ago Member since: Aug 17, 2003
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  • joe_spaz2003 by joe_spaz2003 Sep 9, 2014 11:31 AM Flag

    Ceiling screen projection? No problem.

    twitterDOTcom/SonyUK/status/509350528254750720/photo/1

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Why don't they say anything?

    by peter.jungmann Sep 6, 2014 5:03 PM
    joe_spaz2003 joe_spaz2003 Sep 6, 2014 9:10 PM Flag

    Negotiating with Japan companies on NDAs are the most complicated and nail biting process,, they are the best at that but once you,r in YOUR married.

    Many longs are very patient here with MicroVision's plan and roadmap. Don't be fooled by many on this board both acting long and bashing hard, that Doubt is all around.. We have the disruptive technology and patents to back it up. We have OEMs and supply chain partners moving as quick as they can down the yellow brick road ( remember, this is NEW Technology).

    Do all yourselves a big favor, place the bad boys on ignore if they bother your thoughts, place the chart experts on as well if they make no sense and don't be afraid to place many so called longs here on iggie as well if they make you toss and turn.

    Your goals are closer than you think, stay focused, keep your eyes on the prize and follow your heart.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    200,000

    by scootman1212 Sep 6, 2014 11:10 AM
    joe_spaz2003 joe_spaz2003 Sep 6, 2014 1:19 PM Flag

    Scoot, let me take a crack at your comment. Why would 10 million DGLs be impossible to keep stealth? Did you have a clue about Sony building PicoP module while they were building it for maybe 2 plus years. You only knew it when I posted Sony's Pr in Feb in the wee early morning hours. Did you know about Pioneer that built the engine as well before it was announced or UPS. Have you been able to find out who the Auto Giants are we are working with which has been announced for sometime now? Pretty stealth right? That's called NDA's, that's how it works.

    Sony is not in this thing for just 1 million units sold . My bet is they will put the PicoP into everything they got. They will also sell the engines to other companies for products. 10 million DGLs going into 2015 could used up quickly. Also remember we will be getting other supply chain partners building engines as well. So storing in stealth 10 mill DGLs, it could be a real thing as Sony is now the producer of those critters

    As for your charting, for me you can through it out the window with MVIS. It could go down but then it will go up but if it goes up it can go down..thats called a yo-yo- Band ..lol

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • joe_spaz2003 by joe_spaz2003 Sep 4, 2014 5:12 PM Flag

    Interesting buy of 62,000 at 4:30 PM after hours @ 2.1045

    Seems like there is some big smart buyers out there that are planting their seeds wisely over the last several months and weeks.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • joe_spaz2003 by joe_spaz2003 Sep 4, 2014 12:41 PM Flag

    You can see where Sony is going with this.... from computer to Mobile to 200 in projection on the wall

    twitterDOTcom/SonyUK/status/507557963427766273/photo/1

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    cnet article 30000 to 40000 dollars

    by joeysmiliegrant Sep 3, 2014 6:29 PM
    joe_spaz2003 joe_spaz2003 Sep 3, 2014 7:20 PM Flag

    Don't worry so much about the Cube Short throw price. You will find PicoP technology in many products across the lines when Sony is good and ready. If you look at any video showing the LIFE SPACE UX, you want to keep your EYE on the ceiling projector and the wall projector.

    We are building a powerful supply chain using the BEST in the world to take on the masses.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • joe_spaz2003 by joe_spaz2003 Sep 2, 2014 12:55 AM Flag

    The progress ith DGLs is getting interesting to say the least. Just a year ago we were over $125 per DGL. I'm sure Osram is running new Gen DGLs for the masses but look at the retail price online for osram PLP B1 520 Green laser Diode. $49 for one, buy 3 it's $47. What if Samsung, Apple, Google, Amazon, etc bought 10 million? What price will Osram set for DGLs that suit their needs? Now we kmow why the Glass people in upstate NY dropped out of the race for the projector in space. They could not match the pricing

    I bet there is major meetings taking place in the world of the Mobile industry, supply chain partners (Engine Module makers) and Green Laser Diode manufacturers.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • For future computing, look (as always) to Star Trek Aug 14, 2014

    cringelyDOTcom/category/cringely-on-technology/

    “The step after ubiquity is invisibility,” Al Mandel used to say and it’s true. To see what might be The Next Big Thing in personal computing technology, then, let’s try applying that idea to mobile. How do we make mobile technology invisible?

    Google is invisible and while the mobile Internet consists of far more than Google it’s a pretty good proxy for back-end processing and data services in general. Google would love for us all to interface completely through their servers for everything. That’s their goal. Given their determination and deep pockets, I’d say Google — or something like it — will be a major part of the invisible mobile Internet.

    Retinal scan displays applied to eyeglasses have been around for more than 20 years. The seminal work was done at the University of Washington and at one time Sony owned most of the patents. But Sony, in the mid-90s, couldn’t bring itself to market a product that shined lasers into people’s eyes. I think the retinal scan display’s time is about to come again.

    The current resting place for a lot of that old retinal scan technology is a Seattle company called Microvision that mainly makes tiny projectors. The Sony patents are probably expiring. This could be a fertile time for broad innovation. And just think how much cheaper it will be thanks to 20 years of Moore’s Law.

    The rest of this vision of future computing comes from Star Trek, too — the ability to throw the image to other displays, share it with other users, and interface through whatever keyboard, mouse, or tablet is in range.

    Does Googles love MIVIS?.. you BET they do!! We are their solution... Not like the old Google Glasses, we can paint a picture covering the whole playing field of lenes.

    Second Gen 2 Google Glass could be very interesting.

    Smart guy that Bob, no!!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • joe_spaz2003 joe_spaz2003 Aug 29, 2014 9:38 PM Flag

    Did you really think the 6 would have a projector this fall? Keep your Eyes on the price

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Interesting post on Twitter

    by joe_spaz2003 Aug 28, 2014 3:31 PM
    joe_spaz2003 joe_spaz2003 Aug 28, 2014 3:46 PM Flag

    Actually I would love to have those Frequent Fliers Miles from Seattle to Korea, to China, to Taiwan, to Japan and parts of the USA : )

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • joe_spaz2003 by joe_spaz2003 Aug 28, 2014 3:31 PM Flag

    Twitter

    twitterDOTcom/jfvaluefund/status/504963533386567680

    Josh Franklin ‏@jfvaluefund · 7h
    $MVIS 2.05 - hearing Samsung may be ready to work with co. 3-3.25 potential

    Glad to see "Someone else" hearing the same chatter : )

    Wish I had the frequent flyers miles piling up from Seattle to Korea

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Soraa Laser Diodesjobs were all filled as of 3 weeks ago and now 3 more job opening just posted tonight.
    Something is a brewin in Fremont, Buffalo and United Kingdom

    Test Operator- Internship

    Test Technician

    Process Development Engineer

    soraaDOTatsondemandDOTcom/indexDOTcfm?fuseaction=512170DOTviewjobdetail&CID=512170&JID=476110

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • joe_spaz2003 by joe_spaz2003 Aug 21, 2014 2:44 PM Flag

    Interesting Find

    InnoEPOC by Miguel Ares

    Miguel Ares:

    Miguel Ares (PhD), postdoctoral researcher with extensive experience in the development of 3D scanners based on active stereovision for digitizing the human body. He will be the project coordinator, and will be in charge of designing conceptually the prototype, develop the control programs for getting 4D measurements, and implement the GUI.

    Development of a noninvasive instrument for measuring the breathing pattern of patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

    InnoEPOC is a scientific-technological project that proposes the development of a low cost medical device prototype to measure without contact the breathing pattern globally and locally, reporting the breathing behavior of the different lung zones.

    goteoDOTorg/project/innoepoc?lang=en

    New link 20140 Diagnoptics:

    diagnopticsdoteu/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/Deliverable-4-1dotpdf

    Look on page 52

    Topography: Contact Person: Miguel Ares

    (1 light projector with a laser for alignement PicoP® Display Engine Evaluation Kit Microvision)

  • Zacks Upgrades Microvision to Outperform (MVIS)

    wkrb13DOTcom/markets/359688/zacks-upgrades-microvision-to-outperform-mvis/

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • joe_spaz2003 by joe_spaz2003 Aug 14, 2014 10:25 PM Flag

    Director Supply Chain Management at MicroVision

    linkedinDOTcom/profile/view?id=7699243&authType=name&authToken=Wh4w&trk=prof-sb-browse_map-name

    Notice the last part of his ongoing work at MicroVision:



    Director Supply Chain Management
    Microvision
    April 2011 – Present (3 years 5 months)Redmond, Washington
    Start up company specializing in proprietary patented PicoP laser projection engines featuring 1 mm MEMS electro magnetic powered scanning mirror (MEMS die and higher level assembly process) controlled with two custom ASICS that tune proprietary designed RGB Laser module up to 2,000 raster patterns a second.
    Directly responsibe for 2 Generation’s Business and Operations NPI program management issues with ODM partners that manufacture the MEMS die and perform final assembly of the Product. First generation launched and successfully sold 30,000+ units to Pioneer Corporation in 2012. Currently in launch process of next generation with new die fab (ST Microelectronics MV) and assembly partners. Includes day to day management of 2 in Asian theater team members.

    : )

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • For future computing, look (as always) to Star Trek

    betanewsDOTcom/2014/08/14/for-future-computing-look-as-always-to-star-trek/

    ""The step after ubiquity is invisibility," Al Mandel used to say and it’s true. To see what might be The Next Big Thing in personal computing technology, then, let’s try applying that idea to mobile. How do we make mobile technology invisible?

    Google is invisible and while the mobile Internet consists of far more than Google it’s a pretty good proxy for back-end processing and data services in general. Google would love for us all to interface completely through its servers for everything. That’s its goal. Given its determination and deep pockets, I’d say Google -- or something like it -- will be a major part of the invisible mobile Internet.

    The computer on Star Trek was invisible, relying generally (though not exclusively) on voice I/O. Remember she could also throw images up on the big screen as needed. I think Gene Roddenberry went a long way back in 1966 toward describing mobile computing circa 2016, or certainly 2020.

    The current resting place for a lot of that old retinal scan technology is a Seattle company called Microvision that mainly makes tiny projectors. The Sony patents are probably expiring. This could be a fertile time for broad innovation. And just think how much cheaper it will be thanks to 20 years of Moore’s Law.

    The rest of this vision of future computing comes from Star Trek, too -- the ability to throw the image to other displays, share it with other users, and interface through whatever keyboard, mouse, or tablet is in range.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • joe_spaz2003 joe_spaz2003 Aug 12, 2014 1:22 PM Flag

    Some of the many patents from OEMs stating PicoP Technology are filed a few years ago so in some cases the ShowWX may have been used but last year we sent out over 50 sample engine kits to OEMs and with Sony and more supply chain advancements, OEMs maybe now getting true completed engine samples from MicroVision Partners. All part of the process of taking new technology out into the markets.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Propagation of real world properties into augmented reality images

    freshpatentsDOTcom/-dt20140102ptan20140002492DOTphp

    Check out the inventors. They are all part of Microsoft

    "Additionally, microdisplay 120 can be implemented using an emissive technology where light is generated by the display. For example, a PicoP™-display engine (available from MICROVISION, INC.) emits a laser signal with a micro mirror steering either onto a tiny screen that acts as a transmissive element or beamed directly into the eye (e.g., laser)."

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Ned polarization system for wavelength pass-throug
    Pub Date: March 6 2014

    freshpatentsDOTcom/-dt20140306ptan20140064655DOTphp

    "Additionally, microdisplay 120 can be implemented using an emissive technology where light is generated by the display. For example, a PicoP™ display engine from Microvision, Inc. emits a laser signal with a micro mirror steering either onto a tiny screen that acts as a transmissive element or beamed directly into the eye (e.g., laser)."

    Inventors: Ian Nguyen (Audio Visual Technician @ Microsoft at Compass Group)
    Tapani levola (Nokia Research Center (researchDOTnokiaDOTcom/people/tapani_levola)
    David D. Bohn (Principal Engineering Lead Microsoft Corp) linkedinDOTcom/profile/view?id=4082979&authType=NAME_SEARCH&authToken=kaMh&locale=en_US&srchid=1063619401407734132651&srchindex=2&srchtotal=88&trk=vsrp_people_res_name&trkInfo=VSRPsearchId%3A1063619401407734132651%2CVSRPtargetId%3A4082979%2CVSRPcmpt%3Aprimary

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Great point made on IV board.

    by directgreenlaser Aug 7, 2014 9:25 PM
    joe_spaz2003 joe_spaz2003 Aug 8, 2014 2:48 AM Flag

    Hegde Fund board???? Why you even there?

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