Microvision Pico Projector Enhancements Demoed

Posted: Sep 29 2008, 7:52am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 10:45am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones


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Microvision has announced that it will show off enhancements to its Pico Projector at CETTEC in Japan. The Pico Projector is a tiny laser projector that is intended to allow mobile phone users and users of other mobile products to project images onto a larger surface for viewing.

Microvision says that the latest version of its projector is smaller, lighter, and brighter than previous versions. The projector uses a collimated beam of light and requires no lenses making it focus free at any distance.

“Our latest pico projector prototype provides a thinner, smaller and brighter PicoP™ engine and several image quality enhancements over the projector which we introduced at CES earlier this year,” said Alexander Tokman, president and CEO of Microvision. “Through the integration of new-generation green lasers and electronics innovations we are able to deliver the type of image quality that we believe will delight customers. We recently began shipments of this prototype to our OEM customers for evaluation and end-user testing. We consider both the new prototype and our work with OEMs as important steps forward in the path toward commercialization.”

Via Microvision

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