For 14,418.422 SHS
Against 679,062 SHS
Abstain 246,481 SHS
Total SHS voted 15,343,965 SHS
On 12-23-2013 the Total SHS Outstanding were 32,068,937 per the final proxy filed with the SEC on 1-7-2014. If the company had not reduced a quorum to 1/3, instead of a majority, of the outstanding SHS they would have had to postpone the meeting or maybe punt. There are certainly a lot of disinterested shareholders.
I wonder if Crede is buying on the market now that their offering has been approved. It looks to me like they are pretty much just an uptown version of Azimuth. Per the May 2013 and September 2013 financings Crede was not supposed to be able to convert their warrants if it would give them more than a 9.9% ownership interest in MVIS. The stockholder ownership percentages included in the final 1-7-2014 proxy say that Crede held a 9.9% interest based on their 5-17-2013 stk purchase of 2,477,478 SHS and 1,858,109 Warrants as set out in their 13G filed on 5-17-2013. If you add this approval of their 9-19-2013 stk purchase of 3,092,000 SHS and 1,855,200 Warrants they would be way over their permitted ownership level to be allowed to convert their Warrants. So I think there is a pretty good chance that Crede sold their 5-17-2013 shs and warrants last year. This also is in line with our apparent effort to limit each new investor to not getting more than 10% of the Company in stk and warrants. Also it is interesting that between Crede's 9-13-2013 purchase date and the 12-23-2013 stockholder cutoff date set out in the 1-7-2014 proxy this "Registered Direct Offering" to Crede that was approved yesterday had grown to 3,492,000 SHS and 2,095,200 Warrants probably to compensate for the drop from the 9-13-2013 purchase price of 1.88.