Interesting even more Media Coverage by Global Cda running with the story. Baby steps. No doubt Creamer's Engineering News thinks this is all hooey too and makes a practice of writing minimalist articles on tech frauds. NOT!
Cda TV station Global TV ran another different feature this time on their Sunday night per their April 9 6 pm Nat'l broadcast. hmmm that makes 3 x's. now. All different interviews below. Can't wait, to see if the Nat'l news cycle makes it to Prov'l Global Broadcasts beyond Vancouver's morning news, say CGY and EDM Alberta, Regina Saskatchewan, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Toronto and Ottawa Ontario, Montreal and Quebec City Quebec, Halifax Nova Scotia, St John New Brunswick, Fredericton PEI, St. John's Newfoundland maybe?
Wonder what US cities may bite. Maybe Tucson and Phoenix by working the Ruda Cardinal angle, the state optics engineering gem? Where else after that? Figure American news channels will hopefully do more fact checking and then light this up further using the Ruda Cardinal route. Just wishful thinking for now maybe not what you wish to see. One step at a time for now.
April 9th Sunday 6 pm Global TV Canadian Nat'l News featuring Blade Optics entitled "Ahead of the Curve" .... 14:34 mark
Global revenue for smartphone sales topped $428 billion in 2016, according to statistics. No matter how you look at it, smartphones are among the largest industry's in the world.
April 5th 8 am GLOBAL TV British Columbia News
April 4th 6pm Global TV National News
In-depth background on Stephen Petranek : He left “BreakThrough Technology Alert Dec 31, 2016” to join Nexoptic’s Board of Directors on Jan 10, 2017 after 1st writing a 5,000 word report July 8th, 2016 per his speech Tuesday night.
Read more at www.stockhouse.com/companies/bullboard?symbol=v.nxo&postid=26099042#AASdQo6pqcGeyeRe.99
The Lead scientist at Ruda Cardinal on the Blade optics File is very decorated Dr. Tilman Stuhlinger whose brilliant father was in on the design of the HUBBLE Telescope and one of Dr. Werner Von Braun’s Team that the US brought over after WW II. I like our chances at NXO knowing this as we are dealing with the brilliant son and more at the best optics engineering firm in the US, arguably the world.
Dr. Tilman Stuhlinger Vice President
B.S. Physics and Astronomy, Vanderbilt University, 1975
M.S. Physics and Astronomy, University of Georgia, 1979
M.S. Optics, University of Arizona/Optical Sciences Center, 1981
Ph.D., University of Arizona, Optical Sciences Center, 1984
Dr. Stuhlinger, Vice President, is highly accomplished in the areas of optical testing and optical design/analysis utilizing CODE V, ZEMAX, and ASAP/Rabet. Tilman developed an in-house methodology to better analyze and critique optical system sensitivities and tolerancing. A world class designer with revolutionary thinking, he is knowledgeable in fabrication techniques and capabilities. His intimate knowledge of RCI alignment and assembly processes coupled with his extensive experience make his analyses exquisitely accurate.
Benefits of Blade Optics™ Technology
The Companies believe that Blade Optics™ has the potential to breakdown many of the limitations associated with conventional, curved lens stacks:
• Aperture size: Blade Optics™ may allow the aperture-to-depth ratio to be increased in depth-limited optical devices to permit increased resolution compared to conventional curved optical devices with similar depth.
• Compactness: Decreasing the depth of the lens stack would create the possibility of more compact and practical imaging devices.
What have the shorts been up to: