Sunday, January 31, 2016
I don't know how they do it but they escape mention in a story like this. I am confident they would not even appear in a story titled: "How Bellevue is Becoming a Hub for Virtual Reality Technology Development"
|"This is not the company you are looking for."|
Saturday, January 30, 2016
Friday, January 29, 2016
First you catch a kangaroo then after you get out of the hospital you paint the ISIS Flag on it then after you get out of the hospital..Teenager Accused Of Kangaroo Bomb Plot
|"Should have stuck with the original "Operation Wallaby", f*cking Kangaroos, can't trust em."|
Thursday, January 28, 2016
Wednesday, January 27, 2016
Tuesday, January 26, 2016
Monday, January 25, 2016
Friday, January 22, 2016
Wednesday, January 20, 2016
Lockheed Martin looks at reviving bid to sell Javelin missiles to India (Raytheon tried for years and now all their sales reps are confined to mental institutions, Lockheed's turn)
Tuesday, January 19, 2016
Printed Electronics World-Jan 18, 2016
Much anticipated VR headset launches,… Microdisplay techology for smartglasses: Enabling the AR-VR revolution · The discovery of an important method for ...
Sunday, January 17, 2016
Saturday, January 16, 2016
|"Someone was gulled into creating this very bad Photoshop Image"|
Unnecessary, These Aircraft have to have the capability to operate in a Degraded Visual Environment, Darkness, High Waves, Fog, Mist, should not matter, inadequate SI
Friday, January 15, 2016
Thursday, January 14, 2016
Wednesday, January 13, 2016
|"Don't scream, it's just me, Mark Zuckerberg"|
“This licensing agreement confirms that our immersive headset technology is unique in the VR market,” said
Does the statement "OLED microdisplays are the right choice" imply that the "unknown company" had previously made a wrong choice?" That statement seems to refer back to the "Unique" of the opening sentence. It could be read to indicate that the "unknown company" and its CHOICE to use microdisplays instead of large panel displays is authoritative enough to establish these devices as the benchmark, the most desirable for VR headset applications. If it is "wrong choice, right choice" than it leads back to Oculus, Oculus is struggling. Luckey's recent statement that new iterations of Oculus will be rolled out in suceeding generations like Cell Phones sounds to me like they know they are welded to a design that all but guarantees that a significant percentage of users will get sick using it. Another recent statement from Luckey "Please" designers "No Jump Scares".
Alton Towers Unveils Virtual Reality Rollercoaster (See previous post, Kevin Williams on "Out of Home VR", simulator sickness and potential liability, this looks like a test case)
Monday, January 11, 2016
Sunday, January 10, 2016
Saturday, January 9, 2016
"Nate about the Oculus and nausea". "Nausea?... " Did you knowTeddy Bridgewater is wearing the Oculus practicing in a walk-in freezer. Russell Wilson too."
Friday, January 8, 2016
Thursday, January 7, 2016
AMD's Lisa Su explains how AMD will survive and yes, even thrive in 2016 (Last Paragraph)Just come out and say it Ms. Su, "WE have a superior HMD in the pipeline"
Ron Crafts an Odd Headline.."eMagin finds a first customer for its 2Kx2K OLED microdisplay-based HMD design"
|"It was in the back of my sock drawer the whole time"|
Now I know I put that customer somewhere, now where is it.
Monday, January 4, 2016
Sensics CEO, Yuval Boger, is looking for smaller displays but NOT eMagin OLED Displays, Read his reply to Anonymous in the Comment Section, a $10k Price Point Would Relegate the iHMD to the Most Demanding Applications, Do You Buy His Premises?
New Year's "Resolutions" https://t.co/bsKfO8K4H6 discusses how the divergence of VR screens from phone screens brings new opportunities— Sensics (@Sensics) January 2, 2016
It can be assumed from this exchange that John Damen is NOT an eMagin Partner..CES starts Wednesday and the assumption is no light will escape from the Black Hole of Bellevue.
@johndamen We will be there, but only for private discussions with partners.— Dan Cui (@dcuinh) December 12, 2015
Sunday, January 3, 2016
If eMagin was to partner with one of the two available manufactures of high end graphics cards which company is more likely? NVIDIA with whom eMagin had a shaky partnership which ended badly (NVIDIA dropped driver support for the Z800 when they attempted to develop their own HMD) or AMD? (Engineering Director Chen and Lead Display guy Glen, pic above, that's right Chen and Glen at AMD both have been pictured demoing eMagin's iHMD).