Microvision stock has lost tremendous value over the years. The value of the tech. Potential was the reason for the high price......turns out back then it was science fiction ....so now we can buy this stock for next to nothing. In the last three years this company barley survived. The reason it did is because shareholders knew the tech was awesome. Now we have a years plus cash. The stock doubled , held, and now we may be establishing 3.00, the relative old high as the new low. That science fiction from 20 years ago is being sold and developed by Sony, for their own products and to sell as a unit to others. We will be making royalties off every unit sold. Also that is a non exclusive deal. There is huge potential here. There when another development announcement comes......either pico touch or 3d.....or new OEM announced we are over 4.00. If a Sony product is announced we go over five dollars. This is that science fiction happening they will embed these in phones soon enough...constantly smaller engine cpu and battery. Buy the dips and wait.
Really liking my call right now........this is going to get exciting shortly..glta Mr little
that would be phenomenal. It seems i called it right in a previous post that we are valued at 3.50 and now we will bop between 3.25 and 3.75 untill news hits. Although we are only .70 cents off the ?2 year high so I could see the anticipation of news now creeping all the way to 5.00
Tokman specifically said their would be more license fees in the future for new iterations of the tech.....prbly for touch/3d......possibly at higher lumen level....
could it be microsoft? Less involvement due to already haveing worked with microsoft for several years? smaller product launch because its the first iteration of hololens? Now I'm leaping.....where did he state the f500 position most recently? cc? asm?
exactly, to me it could imply that the"f500"has greater resources than sony to develop their own engine with less mvis paticipation. Also the degree of secrecy for an "implied" lesser company speaks to me of ......well who is more technically profficient than Sony? Who also might have their own supply chain for dgl??
So...was he saying we are less involved but it could be a large contract in terms of product volume sales, or that it is just a smaller simpler project that bears a contract of lesser value? of course I view any new contract as decideedly positive. Sorry ...trying to make my question clear
I know its been discussed. Does anyone have definitive knowledge that this is within the legal rights of the companies involved?
After reading posts regarding how smaller companies would buy from sony and larger ones would start organically with mvis ........it raises some questions.
I recall that Tokman said mvis was ?"less involved" with the f500 development. I think he said it was contractually smaller......anyone have that direct quote handy? This is the biggest clue we have.
It has been said that apple would buy projectors from sony as they buy cameras.........but would that be the case with microvision? Would apple or samsung for that matter go to mvis directly.
wouldn't an f100 be less likely to need mvis involvement in the process?
Also sony allowed public knowledge of its engine development arrangement, but the f500 is super secret? It doesn't add up.
Will someone please post alex tokmans recorded response regarding the f500 progress/contract /timeline.
I think I may be on to something.
glta, Mr. Little
jmho......what the heck .....mark this post.
Sentiment: Strong Buy