Inc. (NASDAQ:MVIS), a leader in innovative ultra-miniature
projection display technology, is pleased to recognize and congratulate
Pioneer Corporation on its introduction of a new
MicroVision, Inc. (NASDAQ:MVIS), a leader in innovative ultra-miniature projection display technology, is pleased to recognize and congratulate Pioneer Corporation on its introduction of a new CYBER NAVI Car Navigation System for the Japanese market. The product incorporates MicroVision’s next-generation HD PicoP ® display technology based on direct green lasers (PicoP ® Gen2) to offer drivers a new way to experience data on the road. According to a recent press release issued by Pioneer, its Carrozzeria CYBER NAVI has always pursued a spirit of innovation and industry leadership to create new value. The CYBER NAVI, the world’s first head-up display (HUD) to project augmented reality information in front of the windscreen and the world’s first onboard HUD to use lasers, now has new “Smart Loop” eye information sharing service. A recent Engadget review of the product described the enhancement for drivers as “giving them a crowdsourced glimpse of any trouble that lies ahead.” The display engine based on PicoP ® display technology embedded in the CYBER NAVI HUD delivers bright, clear, full-color images viewable in daylight from a small form factor with low power requirements. Pioneer’s video demonstrates how the driver’s augmented reality experience is aided by the brightness of the projected display achieved with PicoP ® display technology. Watch the latest Pioneer AR HUD video on You Tube now. Pioneer was the first customer under MicroVision’s “Image by PicoP ®” ingredient brand business model, and the CYBER NAVI HUD was the first commercial product based on MicroVision’s PicoP ® Gen2 display technology when it debuted in Japan in July, 2012. The product was also one of the first to use direct commercial green lasers. A bout MicroVision MicroVision provides the PicoP® display technology platform designed to enable next-generation display and imaging products for consumer devices, vehicle displays and wearable displays. The company’s patented PicoP display technology combines a MEMS scanning mirror with highly efficient laser light sources to create vivid images with high contrast and brightness.