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This week the company announced its third development contract from Volkswagen for continuing development of the MicroHUD. And, they sold some Nomads to a Florida county for fleet maintenance, which is a promising step that will hopefully portend larger volume orders for Nomad in this market in the months to come.

Also this week, the coveted MVIS Blog Person of the Month award for August was awarded to Microvision President Steve Willey. So I'm sure he's ecstatic for that.

This week I made an executive decision to focus 100% of the content on this blog to Microvision and their opportunities and leave the Lumera blogging to some intrepid Lumera fanatic who actually knows what a 'Mach-Zehnder interferometer' might be. So I look forward to reading (and not writing) that site!

You guys should feel free to use the new 'email this post' feature. Click the little envelope icon at the bottom of each post to spread the MVIS Blog love to your friends and colleagues. And, don't be shy about posting comments -- I know you guys have some stuff to say about all these posts, so don't keep it to yourself. MVIS Blog gets thousands of visits, but just a handful of comments, so step right up and add some value for your fellow readers.

We've made it through both political conventions and the Olympics without being annihilated so maybe there's just the election to get through before people stop hiding in their closets in the fetal position waiting for the threat level to go back to yellow (is that good?), and start contemplating how to profit from the high-tech, high-mobility future that's barrelling down on us.

My feeling is, as it becomes more evident who will win the election in the coming weeks, another layer of uncertainty will be peeled away and people will start to look past the immediate present into *gasp* 2005 and beyond. With continuing progress on the consumer side with our new microdisplay architecture, Honda's Nomad promotion kicking up some nice orders, MicroHUD eval kits moving some units and getting dialogs going with a variety of potential customers, and Flic hopefully making a splash, the coming months bode well for the stock and the company that we all love so dearly.

Have a great long weekend!

1 comments:

At September 3, 2004 at 11:35 PM Anonymous said...

Hey BJ,
GREAT work. You have become my daily source for MVIS updates, side the chart of course. I would like to compel you to give your spin on the news, as you see fit, to translate things like the VOLKS news into future senarios. To make the point, I like reading your "newspaper", but would like more of the editorial opinion slash forcast section.
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MVIS777

 

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