Tuesday, September 1, 2015

A new technology as profound as a smart phone

If you had any doubts about whether you're in the right place at the right time.

A couple of snippets from IBD below. We ARE the leader in Augmented Reality IP, a couple of specific mentions from this news source (we're really close) and many thousands of dedicated investors looking for "the next big thing" will be looking through MicroVision's significant accomplishments. (Not the least of which is being in this position and completely debt-free!)

With SONY attention tomorrow (or very soon) things will get REALLY interesting for us. 

Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) may be going big into a technology niche — augmented reality — that one analyst calls potentially "as profound a technology platform as the smartphone today."
With the tech giant's Sept. 9 announcement expected to be a next-gen iPhone and possibly also Siri voice-activated Apple TV, Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster is looking further out.
Augmented reality is likely 10 years away from broad consumer adoption, Munster said in a Monday research note, but he said Apple's "early involvement" in the field "suggests the company is preparing for the next evolution of computing."

Future Will Be Superimposed
In these early days usually associated with special headsets, augmented reality means superimposing computer data or images on what people see in the real world. Google (NASDAQ:GOOGL) and Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) have delved into augmented reality — Google with Google Glass goggles and Microsoft with its HoloLens "see-through holographic computer," as the company describes it.

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