Though the numbers are certainly on the upward trend, it’s still rare to find “women in audio,” especially one as prominent as Sara Glaser, CAS. Having gotten her start in the industry in college as a recording engineer nearly 20 years ago, Glaser’s major successes can be found in her work as a production sound ...
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Israel-based ColorChip introduces a new ultra-compact pico projector module based on its PLC SystemOnGlass platform. ColorChip targets the tethered and standalone AR/VR smartglasses market for this module.
The new pico-projector module integrates ColorChip's ColorMux RGB Beam Combiner with a MEMS scanner. The ColorMux RGB Beam Combiner is based on ColorChip's proprietary and patented optical waveguides embedded in a glass Planar Lightwave Circuit (PLC) and SystemOnGlass (SOG) integration & assembly technology.
OSRAM announced a new green laser diode for pico projectors. The PLT3 520D (520 nm) achieves an "unprecedented high pulse output for direct green laser diodes" of 140 m (at 300 mA) in pulsed mode (50% duty cycle).
OSRAM says it managed to increase the efficiency of its green laser to a typical value of 8%. The PLT3 520D has a diameter of only 3.8 mm.
Microvision announced its financial and operating results for Q3 2017. Revenues were $6.1 million (and up from $4 million in Q3 2016), whih is Microvision's highest ever. Operating loss was $5.2 million (up from $4.1 million in Q3 2016) and the net loss was $5.2 million as well.
Cash used in operatings during the quarter was $5.7 million (up from $3.8 million in Q3 2016). As of September 30, 2017 backlog was $15.8 million and cash and cash equivalents were $25.3 million. Given time to market adjustment of the interactive display engine, Microvision anticipates to be at the lower end of its revenue guidance of $30 million to $60 million by January 2019.