Avegant Glyph: the virtual reality headset made for the mainstream
Over a few years of development and research, the Avegant team has found a way to turn previously unwieldy technology into something product-sized. The prototype I used was nearly the size of the Oculus Rift, but Tang promised the Glyph will be more like a big pair of on-ear headphones — light, comfortable, and familiar. He's obsessed with how it looks: "we want to make a technology that looks good to me when I’m wearing it, it looks good to you when I’m wearing it around you — I have to feel comfortable wearing it around other people."
For all the futuristic display technology, the Glyph's initial functionality is simple. It's designed to be completely plug-and-play: Life of Pi displayed perfectly in 3D without any tweaking, and I played Call of Duty: Ghosts right off a PlayStation 3. All you need to do is to tune the glasses — you focus each eye individually, then set the two eyeholes to the right distance apart so they create a single picture. From then on, content just works.
POSCO unit starts work on fuel cell parts plant
SEOUL (Yonhap) — POSCO Energy Co., the fuel cell maker of South Korea’s biggest steelmaker POSCO, said Friday that it has broken ground on its plant that will manufacture key parts of fuel cells that are used to generate electricity.
POSCO Energy plans to spend 100 billion won (US$94.2 million) to build the plant for producing the so-called cell, a key component of the fuel cell, with the aim of starting its commercial production from the end of next year, the company said.
The plant will be built in Pohang, the main base of POSCO, located 374 kilometers southeast of Seoul, under the contract signed last November between the company and U.S. FuelCell Energy Inc. to receive the cell technologies.
POSCO Energy launched the fuel cell business in a business partnership with FuelCell Energy in 2007 in a bid to find new growth engines.
November 22, 2013 - 7:30 AM
Selloff was an overreaction to these findings. Progress is evident and expansion is taking place.
In a report published Wednesday, Stifel analyst Jeffrey Osborne reiterated a Buy rating on FuelCell Energy (NASDAQ: FCEL), and raised the price target from $1.75 to $2.00.
In the report, Stifel noted, "FuelCell Energy's reported results showed multiple moving pieces that led to the sell off in shares. Namely, the sequential drop in backlog from 123.0 MW to 107.3 MW, drop in cash balance due to timing of Bridgeport, CT project collections, and lack of conversion of 30 MW of projects from pipeline into contracts that many expected, including ourselves, would help shape visibility for 1H14 as Bridgeport is turned over. We were pleased to hear of pipeline growth and lack of obstacles in financing for 2014; however, we expect the shares to take a pause in the $1.40-$1.60 range until management can convert new projects into actual orders. We continue to recommend shares for longer term investors and would be a buyer on any material weakness from these levels."
I guess all you folks are just looking for the BIG score and not long term gains. These boards are pretty much a waste but I still try to communicate with reasonable folks, if I can find them.
Looks pretty good to me. 10 stocks like that in my retirement portfolio.
Stop looking backward and see what's ahead of you. Time marches on not backward LOL
Do you follow any other companies? It happens all the time. Stop the BS. the weigh the choices and chose to get it out of the way. What does that project for next quarter? A clearer picture? I think so.
are arbitrary and truly estimates. Is the company moving in the right direction? Are revenues and orders building and expanding? YES!!! The are now only one step away from profits. Chill out.