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This MicroLED Display Is Smaller Than a Bug

June 3, 2019
Mojo Vision’s microLED display has record-breaking pixel density and a somewhat mysterious purpose. A Silicon Valley-based startup has recently emerged from stealth mode to reveal what it claims is the smallest, most pixel-dense dynamic display ever built. Mojo Vision’s display is just 0.48 millimeters across, but it has about 300 times as many pixels per square inch as a typical smartphone display.
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Mojo Vision Unveils World’s Densest Dynamic Display

May 30, 2019
SARATOGA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Mojo Vision, the Invisible Computing Company, revealed today its Mojo Vision 14K PPI Display, the smallest, densest dynamic display ever made. The prototype technology powers the world’s smallest pixels, delivering a pixel density 300 times greater than current smartphone displays. The display uses MicroLEDs, a technology expected to play a critical role in the future development of next-generation wearables, AR/VR hardware and heads up displays (HUDs). MicroLEDs require approximately 10 percent of the[...]
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Mojo Vision’s miniature display actually made me excited about AR

May 30, 2019
What if the next AR headset wasn't a headset, but a display so small you can hardly see it? When you think of cutting-edge displays, you probably picture a giant modular screen or even a rollable TV. Mojo Vision has just showed me the complete opposite: a tiny monochrome display measuring half a millimeter across that I can only see under a microscope.
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Augmented Reality Platform Company Mojo Vision Secures $58 Million

March 24, 2019
Mojo Vision, a Saratoga, California-based augmented reality company, announced it has raised $58 million in funding from a number of prominent investors. Including this round, Mojo Vision has raised over $108 million. Advantech Capital, Gradient Ventures (Google’s AI focused fund), HP Tech Ventures, Motorola Solutions Venture Capital, Bold Capital Partners, LG Electronics, Kakao Ventures, and Stanford StartX participated in this round.
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Mojo Vision Raises $58M in Series B Funding to Continue Development of Invisible Computing

March 19, 2019
“With this new round of funding, we’re excited to have visionary companies and investors support our ongoing development and technology milestones that are essential to making Invisible Computing a reality. In addition to advancing critical technologies, this capital moves Mojo closer to initial customer pilots and strategic partnerships.”
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Gradient Ventures joins $58 million investment in AR startup Mojo Vision

March 19, 2019
Mojo Vision, an under-the-radar augmented reality (AR) startup that has yet to reveal exactly what it’s building, announced that it has raised $58 million in a series B round of funding from Google’s Gradient Ventures, Advantech Capital, HP Tech Ventures, Motorola Solutions Venture Capital, Bold Capital Partners, LG Electronics, Kakao Ventures, and Stanford StartX.
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New Study Highlights Consumers’ Troubling Relationship with Tech Devices; Remedies Found Unsatisfying, Users Look for Alternatives

February 13, 2019
“Screen time limits and device detox are the standard responses to technology distraction right now, but people are still struggling to find a workable balance”
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Survey: One-third of consumers used tech as much or more after ‘digital detox’

February 13, 2019
“Digital detoxes” don’t necessarily work. That’s according to a new survey out Wednesday from Saratoga, California-based startup Mojo Vision, which found that nearly one-third of consumers polled used tech as much, or even more, after attempting to limit usage of their devices.
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Cutting your screen time isn’t curbing your phone addiction, survey says

February 13, 2019
A third of respondents say their usage either went up or didn't change after they began using their devices again.
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Mojo Vision Raises $50M to Replace Smartphones & Devices with ‘Invisible Computing’ AR

November 15, 2018
On Thursday, Mojo Vision, a startup comprised of former engineers from Apple, Amazon, Google, and other Silicon Valley mainstays, emerged from stealth backed by $50 million in funding for a hands-free augmented reality platform that runs without smartphones, tablets, or other devices.
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Mojo Vision launches ‘invisible computing’ AR platform out of stealth with over $50 million in funding

November 14, 2018
A fledgling augmented reality (AR) startup is launching out of stealth today with some big-name founders and backers in tow — and more than $50 million in funding.
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Mojo Vision Emerges from Stealth with Funding of Over $50MM, Introduces Invisible Computing

November 14, 2018
“Invisible Computing is about having faster and more natural access to information, but without phones, tablets or other devices getting in the way; in the world of Invisible Computing, we will be able to focus on the people around us without the interruptions from today’s screens.”