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Microvision Announces First Quarter 2007 Financial and Operating Results Conference Call

Microvision Announces First Quarter 2007 Financial and Operating Results Conference Call


REDMOND, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Microvision (NASDAQ:MVIS - News) announced today that it will host a conference call on May 9, 2007 at 4:30 p.m. ET / 1:30 p.m. PT to discuss its first quarter 2007 financial and operating results.

Participants may join the conference call by dialing 866-825-3354 (for U.S. participants) or 617-213-8063 (for International participants) ten minutes prior to the start of the conference. The conference pass-code number is 44807101. Additionally, the call will be broadcast over the Internet and can be accessed from the company's web site at www.microvision.com. The web cast and information needed to access the telephone replay will be available through the same link following the conference call.

About Microvision www.microvision.com

Microvision provides a display technology platform to enable next generation display and imaging products for pico projectors, vehicle displays, and wearable displays that interface to mobile devices. The company also manufactures and sells its bar code scanner product line which features the company's proprietary MEMS technology.

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  1. Hi Ben, I have a question for the PicoP. I read multiple articles describing the device as having 20 lumen. That might be fine for a 1 square foot image in a moderately lit room but for a 50 inch diagonal image, that would result in 2.5 lumen per square foot. Obviously we need more than 20 lumen if we are to display a wider image than 1 foot in any kind of ambient light. Are there any lasere manufacturers promising a higher lumen output within the desired 1w of consumed power. And is there a throw angle adjustment for the PicoP or will it be fixed?

    Thank you for your time and keep up the good word.

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  2. For 20 lumens per square foot, one can only use PicoP in a dark room since a normal lighted room will have over 30 lumens of ambient light. That will washout the projection completely. Wonder if MVIS has done its home work on this. The comment by PC magnzine about a mediocore image is probably right.

    What is the lumen output from the projector used in CES 2007? Most likely well over 20 lumens.

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  3. Ben:

    Reading the previous posts has me concerned regarding PicoP's image quality in any actual production version of the device. Should we be concerned? Do prospective manufacturing partners (customers)share this concern?

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  4. My opinion is, it looks AWESOME.

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  5. We soloved the issue of the 20 lumen "worry". Each pixel is 20 lumen when it leaves the mirror not 20 lumen per square foot.

    Check the Yahoo message board for a leson on optics and geometry.

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