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  • USA Today 10:34 a.m. EDT April 3, 2015

    5 tech gadgets everyone will own in 5 years

    usatodayDOTcom/story/tech/personal/2015/04/03/ozy-gadgets-everyone-will-own/25236023/

    2) Pocket-sized home projector: Turn your ceiling into an HD experience and enjoy your favorite TV shows from the comfort of your own bed — without the need for a TV.

    MicroVision Twitter..

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • joe_spaz2003 by joe_spaz2003 Mar 12, 2015 7:57 PM Flag

    Senior Research Engineer at LG Electronics

    Jaeho Oh
    Senior Research Engineer
    LG Electronics Future Device R&D Lab.

    October 2011 – Present (3 years 6 months)|38, Baumoe-ro, Seocho-gu, Seoul, South Korea

    - Development of Display Device video processor ASIC
    - Development of Image quality enhancement algorithm
    - Development of Laser Pico Projector Display Circuit System
    - Research of Future Display Technology

    linkedinDOTcom/profile/view?id=77586033&authType=name&authToken=DalD&trk=prof-sb-browse_map-name

    Jaewook Kwon (권재욱)
    Principal research engineer at LG Electronics

    Electronics

    September 2002 – Present (12 years 7 months)|Seoul, Korea

    Laser & LED light source developememt
    Pico projector developememt
    Plastic reliability assessment
    Laser speckle
    Laser eye safety

    linkedinDOTcom/profile/view?id=99748821&authType=name&authToken=CcZm&trk=prof-sb-browse_map-name

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Agreement includes payment of an $8 million up-front license

    financeDOTyahooDOTcom/news/microvision-licenses-picop-display-technology-140000326DOThtml

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • joe_spaz2003 by joe_spaz2003 Mar 20, 2015 4:42 PM Flag

    Just to remind those longs that been in the trenches last year, we started the supply chain partners to build us engines, great engines that has been beyond our belief. MicroVision accomplished those goals. NOW 2015 we have those engines from Sony and OTHERS, we have them ready to go and we have our supply chain in command mode. We now have orders in from Sony and we are NOW in selling mode across the globe. We have MicroVision's team working OEMs and we have Sony's 2000+ sales force doing the same and I'm betting OUR other supply chain partners are doing the same. This is now in the hands of the best of the best and they will do what they know best, SELL. More than one OEM was showing PicoP devices at CES, one went public. Expect to see progress and products hitting the market. I'm personally looking for bombs to hit the news wires the rest of the year. Congratulations longs and remember, 2015 is the year of PicoP disruptive technology across the globe

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Now Available on Amazon: PicoPro and PicoAir by Celluon, the World’s First HD Laser Pico Projectors

    Celluon’s radically new pico projection products deliver HD laser-generated images for a big screen, immersive experience from a handheld, battery operated device

    prwebDOTcom/releases/2015/04/prweb12643984DOThtm

    ith a contrast ratio of 80,000:1 and 16.7M colors, the PicoPro and PicoAir create an extraordinarily vivid picture at up to 250”. By incorporating MicroVision’s patented PicoP® display technology, the HD laser pico projectors produce a perpetually clear image that is always in focus with a broad color gamut unmatched by any other pico projection technology.
    The PicoPro and PicoAir’s best-in-class laser display engine technology allows them to appear notably brighter than traditional LED pico projectors of similar lumens when viewed side by side. And, as ambient light decreases, the PicoPro and PicoAir have an ever-improving image.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Our sales force of a few is now off the Sony project and product and NOW REPLACED by Sony's sales force which is a couple of THOUSAND. Do you all know who Sony's clients are around the globe.. Please do homework.

    AT stated we are working closely with the Fab 5 OEMs but with Sony's sales force and their new improved PicoP module finished, the OEM customer list goes way beyond the Fab 5. The engine is shrinking, the brightness is heading to the moon, the cost is coming down as DGL's are close to cost of red and blue lasers. Who would have thought....

    Alex Tokman rocks....great job MicroVision, Sony AND PARTNERS!!!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • joe_spaz2003 by joe_spaz2003 Mar 20, 2015 3:42 PM Flag

    Will rock. Hold on everyone things are going to get wild soon. We have not seen anything yet!!!!!!!!!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • joe_spaz2003 by joe_spaz2003 Apr 11, 2015 2:13 PM Flag

    There are LONGS that turned BAD on MicroVision and tried to destroy the company in the past. They left. NOW they are back. Be aware of those that have re-entered the scene for a change in their position at anytime. They all work together under the same roof. They wanted to destroy AT and MicroVision. We should them NOT Gonna Happen, MicroVision showed them NOT Gonna Happen and now Sony told them NOT Gonna Happen. Bet you there are many more OEMs to explain to them yet again very soon : )

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • phxDOTcorporate-irDOTnet/phoenixDOTzhtml?c=114723&p=irol-sec

    I'm betting it's going to be the BEST ONE in the history of the company!!!!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • joe_spaz2003 by joe_spaz2003 Mar 9, 2015 3:34 AM Flag

    Here is the total amount of money Sony has paid MicroVision in the last 8 months:

    9/19/2014 Sony pays $1.9 Million in Component Orders to MicroVision

    10/24/2014 Sony pays $1.5 Million Agreement with Fortune Global 100 Customer for Display Module Support Services to MicroVision

    12/8/2014 Sony pays another $1.9 Million to MicroVision for a purchase order for key components for a high definition display module

    3/5/2015 MicroVision Licenses Its PicoP® Display Technology to Fortune Global 100 Partner
    Agreement includes payment of an $8 million up-front license fee

    To date Sony has paid MicroVision $13.3 Million in the last 8 months. Sony I'm guessing has over $25 Million of their own money in development cost to create the PicoP Module.

    Do you think SONY is taking this technology lightly???

    Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Look at the link below from Sony Life Space UX. If you look at the 2nd and 3rd photos, it sure looks like little old MicroVision PicoP technology. In photo no# 2, look close at the protable projector and the IMAGE. This is a compact small protable LASER projector built by the same company that developed a laser engine module featuring PicoP technology.

    If you put your curser over the bottom of the photo it will come up and say

    Sony's new short-throw projector is portable, waterproof and will #$%$ sale in late 2015.

    Also new in the Life Space UX this year is a short-throw projector. Not to be confused with last year's cinema-worthy short-throw laser projector, this smaller model is portable and can create a screen from 22 to 71 inches in size from just a couple of inches away. It's also waterproof, so you can even set one up in the bathroom with no worries.

    mashableDOTcom/2015/01/06/sonys-life-space-ux/

    2015 is the year for the world of PicoP. Watch and see!!!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • The train is leaving the station. All aboard!!!

    financeDOTyahooDOTcom/news/microvision-receives-14-5-million-100000032DOThtml

    MicroVision, Inc. (MVIS), a leader in innovative ultra-miniature projection display technology, today announced it has received orders totaling $14.5 million for components for its Fortune Global 100 customer.

    MicroVision plans to begin shipment of components for these orders in the second half of 2015 and expects fulfillment to continue into 2016. MicroVision and its Fortune Global 100 customer recently entered into a licensing agreement whereby MicroVision granted a non-exclusive license to its patented PicoP® display technology to the Fortune Global 100 company. The components MicroVision is selling to its customer are expected to be incorporated into display modules the Fortune Global 100 has developed. MicroVision will also be entitled to royalty payments upon any sales by its customer of the display modules. MicroVision is currently fulfilling component orders received in the second half of 2014 for this same customer.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • From Celluon FB

    facebookDOTcom/Celluon

    “Overall, it's the best small projector I've tested: much easier to use, quiet, and capable of delivering a better complete viewing experience.”
    Thank you 9to5MacDOTcom!

    Review
    Cellulon’s PicoPro is an iPhone 6 Plus-sized, battery-powered HD projector

    9to5macDOTcom/2015/01/30/review-cellulon-picopro-pico-projector/

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Ziptronix Licenses DBI(R) Hybrid Bonding Patents to Sony for Advanced Image Sensor Applications

    Published: Mar 18, 2015 6:39 a.m. ET

    marketwatchDOTcom/story/ziptronix-licenses-dbir-hybrid-bonding-patents-to-sony-for-advanced-image-sensor-applications-2015-03-18

    Sony extending the licenses from Ziptronix.

    2011

    ZIPTRONIX SIGNS LICENSING AGREEMENT WITH SONY FOR ZIPTRONIX’S OXIDE BONDING TECHNOLOGY FOR BACKSIDE ILLUMINATED IMAGING SENSORS

    Ziptronix’s patented ZiBondTM technology enables significant advances in digital still cameras, digital video cameras, and cell phone cameras, and also in automotive sensors and projection systems, including **pico projectors**. Digital cameras, for example, that feature up to five megapixels today will advance to 16 megapixels using Ziptronix’s patented technology. For consumer electronics, this means significant advantages in size reduction, lower power consumption, increased system performance, and better light rendering.

    ziptronixDOTcom/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Sony-ZiptronixDOTpdf

    About Ziptronix
    Ziptronix is a pioneer in the development of low-temperature direct bond technology for a variety of semiconductor applications, including backside-illuminated (BSI) sensors, RF front-ends, pico projectors, memories and 3D integrated circuits. patented, scalable 3D-integration technology, including ZiBond® and DBI®, provides the lowest-cost bonding solution for 3D technology, while enabling size reduction, yield enhancement, lower production costs and power consumption, and increased system performance

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • joe_spaz2003 by joe_spaz2003 Feb 17, 2015 1:25 PM Flag

    The product works with all Samsung products. Celluon tested it with Samsung products and it works with all models except for S5 offered by Verizon. Samsung changed something in the operating system for this product and it does not connect to any wireless devices, not just Celluon PicoAir. Celluon is working with Samsung directly to address this. Update coming soon!!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • joe_spaz2003 joe_spaz2003 Mar 29, 2015 2:39 AM Flag

    “A wise old owl sat on an oak; The more he saw the less he spoke; The less he spoke the more he heard; Why aren't we like that wise old bird?”

    Image by PicoP!!!! Coming soon..

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Who is the F500

    by stillinshock Apr 6, 2015 2:41 PM
    joe_spaz2003 joe_spaz2003 Apr 6, 2015 3:13 PM Flag

    Let me take a Crack at this. For me the OEMs that came to the plate first Awesome!!. For me Sony wrote the writing on the wall with $20+ million to MicroVision to support the epic start. Proof of concept no?. For me I'm not looking who is on first or Second base but WHO is on deck. The F100 + a F500 was interested in 2014. Engines are done in 2015 and done well. Sony contract in place. For me there will be F 1-F1000 wanting to work with PicoP and im bettng they are presently. Technology never sleeps and rest assure MicroVision is not sleeping nor is Sony nor Sony partners nor MVIS partners. For me I'm betting we are way passed 50 lumen and smaller compact size engine module. I'M betting there are big fish in our small pond. The game just begun. When you hear about the F500 make sure you sleep with one eye open because I'm betting there are more right behind that beautiful yellow brick road I talked about so many times. Btw..that road is no long yellow but green. Sony changed the signs on that road AND other oem partners..let's Sea how things play out IMO :) it's like domino's. .look at those little blocks with dots on them..how did the concur the world for all those years. Do homework to Sea!!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • joe_spaz2003 by joe_spaz2003 Mar 30, 2015 11:19 PM Flag

    Young smart talented minds never sleep in the world of PicoP technology

    Prathik Prakash
    Graduate Student at University of Pennsylvania
    Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaComputer Software
    Previous
    HARMAN International, University of Pennsylvania, Li2 Innovations

    Summer Intern, Prototyping for Context Aware Wearable Projection Systems
    HARMAN International
    June 2014 – August 2014 (3 months)Palo Alto, California
    • Summer Intern in the Future Experience Team at Harman which focuses on developing innovative ideas and technologies for the future.
    • Designed, developed and presented a context aware wearable projection system using OpenCV, C++ , 3D printing, Logitech camera module, Microvision PicoP projection module and it's SDK.
    • Pitched in new ideas during brainstorming sessions to develop new devices and technologies which are to be developed further and patented.

    harmankardonDOTcom

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Some chat on twitter, Northland Securities thinks the Sony deal could add several hundred million in sales

    Northland raising their 2015 Revenue #'s to 10M from 3.7M on $MVIS citing the landmark contract win from Sony as the main reason.

    twitterDOTcom/search?q=mvis&src=typd

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • My screen is all red BUT MVIS, which is green as grass..

    Go PicoP!!

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