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To: DashernComet who wrote (20759)10/4/2017 8:35:52 PM
From: aknahow
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This is very positive.

The optical element could include at least one liquid crystal cell, an electrochromic cell, a suspended particle device, and/or a switchable mirror. The optical element could be operable to change the transmittance of the optical element and/or the optics.

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To: aknahow who wrote (20760)10/4/2017 8:46:08 PM
From: aknahow
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It is logical that Google would not use its' P.r. moment to promote component makers. Nor in fact rermit them to step on Googles" message.

I saw an article about smartphones in the V.S. press book. Will we see that article again? I not only hope so but think we will.

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From: aknahow10/4/2017 10:32:44 PM
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I think Goggle has a real winner.

businessinsider.com

The fact that they even know what SPD is, is important depending on the meaning of is.


The instant vocal translation feature will be the deciding point in making sales among business people and world travelers, IMO.

Market did not think so, as stock down on the day. I can see REFR and V.S. working with a a producer that sells only a few million units and perhaps just above one million. That would still be great. But being a small part of the phone that could dominate the market is almost impossible to quantify.

Now is SPD a part of the smartphone or not?

If so when will know?

Revenues of REFR should tell us even if no one says anything.

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From: bunion10/4/2017 10:55:40 PM
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In case no one noticed, sales for the S Class have dropped through the floor in the U.S. the last two months.

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To: aknahow who wrote (20762)10/5/2017 9:07:30 AM
From: Kevin Podsiadlik
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This is your periodic reminder that "suspended particle device" is a generic term and not a trademark of Research Frontiers, Inc. or anyone else. Any conclusions that references to the generic term have any connection whatsoever to Research Frontiers are made at one's own risk.

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To: Kevin Podsiadlik who wrote (20764)10/5/2017 9:56:31 AM
From: aknahow
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Thanks appreciate the reminder.

"suspended particle device" is a generic term and not a trademark of Research Frontiers, Inc. or anyone else. Any conclusions that references to the generic term have any connection whatsoever to Research Frontiers are made at one's own risk."

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To: aknahow who wrote (20765)10/5/2017 10:31:25 AM
From: firstresponder
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Thanks appreciate the reminder.
And I'll remind us that RFI has commercialized suspended particle device technology, with a portfolio of more than 220 approved patents as on March 2017, and many more patent applications in the approval pipeline.

Google, AFAIK, has no such patents. Perhaps the shorts can correct me?

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To: Auger50 who wrote (20755)10/5/2017 12:16:20 PM
From: tinknocker
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Auger,
S.O.P.
Every time something great gets posted, they short the stock way down so the news has less impact
and it seems like a non event.
What you posted is obviously NOT a non event but shows a 'ready for prime time' event.
Thanks for posting it, I think.

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To: Auger50 who wrote (20755)10/5/2017 2:39:46 PM
From: N. Dixon
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When they initially showed this with Inspectech, it was on a Boeing B777 window mockup,


ND

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From: N. Dixon10/5/2017 2:44:24 PM
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Not sure if this was posted last year, but worth a reread.

Shades are so 2015. These airplane windows tint themselves.

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