At CES last year Microvision was talking up their PicoP projector that is small enough to fit into mobile devices like phones and notebook computers. Today Microvision announced that they have signed an agreement with Motorola to put their PicoP projector into future Motorola products.
The PicoP is an ultra-miniature laser based display that allows you to project traditionally tiny content form your phone onto a much larger screen size. "Motorola is committed to driving technology innovation that will enable the next generation of great consumer experiences," said Rob Shaddock, CTO, Motorola Mobile Devices business. "Working together with Microvision, we are pursuing ways that projection technology can redefine how mobile consumers view and interact with the media they take with them."
"With its slim form factor and low power requirements, Microvision's PicoP projector is optimized for the mobile environment," stated Alexander Tokman, President and CEO of Microvision. "We believe that our unique display technology, combined with Motorola's focus on delivering cool experiences, would allow mobile users to enhance their viewing of information and entertainment."
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No specifics on the agreement were offered, but the first order of business for the two companies is to get the PicoP inside of a Motorola handset for demo use. The project used will be the new WVGA, 854 x 480 pixels PicoP. Via Microvision