While the company's financial results are still not very impressive, they do report significant advances in their R&D programs, mainly for ultra high-brightness displays and direct-patterned panels. In the near term, they hope that new R&D projects will help them increase revenues. In the long term, they seem certain that the advantages of direct-emission displays will enable them to achieve design wins in future commercial wearable devices such as HMDs.
eMagin has about $5.6 million in cash or equivalents, down from $8.3 million in the end of March 2014. The company however hopes to return to profitability soon.
Sources: Seeking Alpha
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