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Promotional Video from Shanghai Intel Extreme Series V

Miguel Khoury

July 31st, 2010
by Miguel Khoury

Game-changing innovation with the PicoP® display engine. Now showing at the Shanghai Intel Extreme Series V.

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PicoP Gaming Applications hit Intel® Extreme Masters

Ben Averch

December 10th, 2009
by Ben Averch

Hi all,

I’m here in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada where the people are warm and the weather is…not! For the next three days, Microvision will be showcasing some innovative new uses of the PicoP display engine for gaming applications at the Intel® Extreme Masters North American Championships, taking place at the enormous West Edmonton Mall. Intel Extreme Masters is classed as the biggest gaming tournament worldwide, with six events around the globe and a total prize pool of $530,000.  Our press release issued earlier today is HERE.

As you can see from the video above, Microvision has designed a unique handheld first-person shooter projection game controller prototype that uses the PicoP display engine to project images on any surface. Using the infinite focus capability of the PicoP display engine, combined with a motion sensing module, it’s now possible to play video games on multiple surfaces, all while tracking your character’s point of view in 3D space.


Heading off to AUSA tradeshow – October 5 – 7

Matt Nichols

October 2nd, 2009
by Matt Nichols

The Association of the United States Army (AUSA) Annual Meeting will be held October 5 – 7 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. Microvision will be there, showing attendees how our innovative display technology can help U.S. Army war fighters carry out their mission more effectively and more safely.

What is the AUSA Annual Meeting? It’s the largest landpower exposition and professional development forum in North America, occupying some 500,000 square feet of exhibit space. Each year, over 30,000 people attend, including senior leaders from the Army, DoD, and Congress, as well as many foreign dignitaries.


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