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Researchers from the Fraunhofer IOF institute developed an projection array that uses an LED pico projector that overlays many channels on one another, using a lens array on top of the LED projector. This enables simple images to be shown on any curved or slated surface.
This achievement was sponsored by BMW, that use it in the 2015 Series 7 BMW cars to create a light "carpet" four meters in length along the side of the car. The projector is embedded below the door, which is an advantage over other solutions that has to embed it in the door itself.
Here's our monthly best-selling pico-projectors list for the beginning of May 2016. We're using data from Amazon.com, which seems to be selling the most wide range of pico projectors. This list does not include embedded modules in mobile phones or cameras.
Microvision announced its financial results for Q1 2016, and the company says this quarter marks a significant year-over-year and sequential revenue growth, as the company recorded its highest quarterly product and royalty revenue to date.
Microvision reported $3.7 million in revenues (up 311% from Q1 2015 and 100% from Q4 2015). Operating loss was $3.6 million (down from $4 million in Q1 2015), and net loss was also $3.6 million.
Here's our monthly best-selling pico-projectors list for the beginning of April 2016. We're using data from Amazon.com, which seems to be selling the most wide range of pico projectors. This list does not include embedded modules in mobile phones or cameras.
Microvision announced it intends to initiate a new public stock offering with an aim to raise between $5.39 million to $6.24 million (net after fees). Microvision will sell 3,529,412 shares of common stock at a public offering price of $1.70 per share.
Microvision recently reported their financial results for 2015 with revenues of $9.2 million and a net loss of $14.5 million. As of December 31, 2015, the company had a backlog of $11 million and $7.9 million in cash and equivalents.
In September 2015 Philips unveiled its AmbiLux TV, a 65" 4K LED TV that uses 9 (!) pico projectors to give an ambient illumination effect - to provide a more immersive experience.
Philips today announced that the TV (model 65PUS8901) is now shipping in the UK at Harrods - for £3,999 (about $5,785 USD).