As a result, every time someone buys a HoloLens product from Microsoft, they have to turn around and hand royalties to Microvision. Currently the stock is valued at $0.60, and steadily climbing since this morning.

Why Microsoft (MSFT) could buy Microvision (MVIS) After some research, a huge number of former Microvision employees have been scooped up by Microsoft over the years. The official news of the MicroVision acquisition is set to be announced Tuesday May 12th. MicroVision rise driven by Microsoft speculation, says Craig-Hallum. The rumors of Microsoft’s acquisition of MicroVision (MVIS), a laser scanning and 3d sensing tech firm, are finally a reality. Microsoft’s decision to acquire MicroVision follows a tumultuous week, after their stock price skyrocketed over 300% to $1.75 amid rumors of the Microsoft …

Microsoft is reportedly purchasing MicroVision, a leading name in ultra-miniature sensing and projection. Florida Independent Says Microvision Acquisition will be Announced May 12, 2020 [Microsoft Denies Rumor on May 12, 2012] – Karl Guttag on Technology - […] May 12, 2020 (PM) – Microsoft denies rumors they are buying Microvision. This growing list suggests that Microsoft is very interested in the technology and capabilities of … MicroVision (MVIS) possesses a patent to an undisclosed unique piece of technology, they are an established company that has been in operation for many years. The rumor that we’re speaking of today surrounds a product called HoloLens, a mixed reality glasses product offered up by Microsoft. The MicroVision Microsoft buyout will likely raise the MicroVision stock dramatically in the near future. It’s interesting to note that Microsoft announced an Xbox Series X gameplay reveal event for Thursday, May 7, the same day as MicroVisions conference call. However, much of the technology used in the product is owned by MVIS. See follow up article from May 12th.… Microsoft expanding their use of MicroVision technology can show us their interest and commitment to the technology, and also validate why they might think about buying MicroVision out. Commenting on MicroVision's (MVIS) "significant" share appreciation, Craig-Hallum analyst Mike Malouf says he believes the primary drivers of this dramatic increase are speculation that the company's technology is in Microsoft's (MSFT) Hololens 2 and that Microsoft would be interested in buying MicroVision.