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Microvision, Inc. develops miniature display and imaging engines based on integrated photonics module (IPM) in the United States and internationally. The IPM utilizes two dimensional micro-electrical mechanical system (MEMS) light scanning technologies, lasers, optics, and electronics to create video or still image from a small form factor. Its primary product includes Flic Scanner, a hand-held bar code scanner and Flic Cordless Scanner, a Bluetooth version of the Flic Scanner. The company also produces various demonstration units using Microvision's display technology. It also develops an integrated photonics module that consists of MEMS scanner, light source module, and electronics to drive the MEMS scanner, and video input and output. Microvision serves automotive, defense, consumer markets, military, medical, commercial, and the United States government customers. The company was founded in 1993 and is headquartered in Redmond, Washington.a

Microvision Receives $8.5 Million Purchase Order for New PicoP Laser Projection Display Engine
REDMOND, Wash., Apr 05, 2010 (BUSINESS WIRE) --Microvision (NASDAQ:MVIS), a leading developer of ultra-miniature projection display products, announced today that it has received an $8.5 million purchase order for its new ultra-miniature PicoP(R) laser projection display engine from a consumer electronics customer. The OEM plans to embed the PicoP engine inside a high-end mobile media player for release in late 2010 and plans to announce its launch at that time.

Microvision recently announced the completion and shipment of initial samples of its new display engine that incorporates a proprietary ASIC chipset half the original size and weight and that consumes one third less power than its predecessor while delivering uniformly bright, vivid color WVGA (848 X 480) images up to 200 inches. It also provides a 5000:1 contrast ratio - 5 times greater than other pico projector engines in the market today and is always in focus without the need for focusing dials or optics - an especially desirable benefit for mobile consumers.

"We are very pleased to receive the first purchase order for our new display engine," said Alexander Tokman, President and CEO of Microvision. "This embedded application in a high-end mobile media player is part of our strategy to develop multiple premium distribution channels as we continue to advance the PicoP engine design and mature production capacity to meet anticipated demand across a variety of consumer electronic products including handsets."


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SEE HOW IT WORKS.....then decide how much you want to buy of MVIS!! Back up the truck.

These videos give you an overview of the Pico P

Don't be fooled by other models on the market.  This is the Cadillac of all Pico P's.  It will revolutionize the way we watch videos from mobile devices. Do your own Due Diligence, but I think the videos speak for themselves. 


These videos show the abilities of the Pico P.  Remember no focus necessary and it focuses on several planes

CES 2010 video - Microvision shows off the ShowWX laser

Microvision ShowWX Home Theater 80 inches

Infinite Focus Demos - Microvision ShowWX Projector


PicoP® Display Engine at Heart of Game Demo


King 5 News: Microvision's SHOWWX

by Glenn Farley, KING 5 News

Macworld Expo 2010 Best of Show Winners

by Roman Loyola,

Last Gadget Standing at CES:
SHOWWX Pico Projector Shines in the Online Vote

By Brian Ambrozy Posted 01.10.2010 Last Gadget Standing

CES: SHOWWX Laser Projector for iPhone

At times, it felt like little video gnomes had snuck into CES, and stashed tiny iPhone compatible projectors all over the place—and most of them sucked—out of focus, colors from hell and the luminance of a black hole. But then I found the Microvision SHOWWX, and my faith in video gnomes was restored.
January 11, 2010 Hand Held Hollywood









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