Microvision Shrinks PicoP Laser Display Engine For Even Smaller Projectors
The new display engine incorporates a proprietary ASIC chipset half the original size and weight that consumes one third less power than its predecessor while delivering WVGA (848 X 480) images and providing a 5000:1 contrast ratio (5x those other guys out there). The PicoP solution is rather unique, as it continually focuses regardless of angle or depth, and having an embedded versions opens up all sorts of new possibilities.
Imaging a clock that projects the time on your wall. Maybe even a wristwatch that does the same. Imagine putting projection capabilities into places you never thought possible, and that's what Microvision is hoping to accomplish. That's an initiative we can get behind.