MIT students have created an augmented reality interface utilizing Microvision's PicoP® technology. Specifically, they have configured it with both the PEK™ and ShowWX™. The picture you see is the variation using the PEK. Not only can this system project content, but it can recognize gestures as well. We have seen variations of this concept presented in various forums, the most-famous of which is probably Pranav Mistry's Sixth Sense Project, which was presented at TED in November 2009. In addition, at least two projects are active that are collaborations with Microsoft. PicoP® keeps popping up in many university projects due to its small size, use of lasers, and the fact that the image is always in focus - a particularly important feature for mobile applications. In addition, Microvision's technology is capable of being employed for sensing/monitoring, as well as the standard projecting applications. I think we will continue to see additional projects where Microvision's technology is being used. Exciting times are ahead for sure!