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I'll be traveling for the next few days...I'll try to pop my head up if I get a chance. In the meantime, here's your chance to make your voice heard:

Check out our mobile device eyewear page on the new, and take the mobile device eyewear survey!

Talk to you soon!



At August 9, 2007 at 1:34 PM Jonathan said...

You know for your color-eyewear technology, i would want to be able to operate in interactive and non-interactive mode. interactive would be walking around the street getting real-time information. non-interactive would be sitting at a coffee shop surfing the internet or sitting at my desk at work. With non-interactive I wouldn't want to see anything past my glasses. This could easily be accomplished with a lens cover or something similar, but it would be even cooler if you could press a button on the glasses (or give some kind of command) and the screen would darken.

This technology will be so cool!!!

At August 9, 2007 at 8:40 PM Anonymous said...

hi Ben,

I have been a small shareholder of MVIS. i just finished filling out the survey and i have a few question...

Q1: I would like to know what is the power consumption in the IPM

Q2: for mobile device eyewear, where is the image painted on? on
eyewear? or on retina?

Q3, if you paint on eyewear, how is a focused image generated for the user

thanks Ben, keep up with the great work. I really look forward to a focus group if there will be one...


At August 17, 2007 at 8:32 AM CSinger said...

I did the survey some hours ago. Like most of us, I was very excited about this technology from the start, and I still can't await it coming to the market.

It just seems to me that everything is mainly focused on mobile devices now. Nothing against that, everything about it sounds really cool (augmented reality and all that things).

I just think there is a market in combination with desktop computers and gaming consoles, too. Not only a market, in my opinion there is a NEED for it, as this technology may get us much more "into the thing" than traditional two-dimensional displays.

It could really get the whole gaming-thing into the next dimension, and being one of the largest markets today, that shouldn't be underestimated.

Besides that, go on with that great work! As I told before, I can't await all of this. :)


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