SBIR's family of MIRAGE infrared scene projection systems is undergoing significant growth and expansion. SBIR has completed the transition of Honeywell's resistive emitter technology to MCNC Research and Development Institute (MCNC-RDI), and is preparing for first-lot production of IR emitters in support of ongoing programs. Development of MIRAGE resistive emitter-based products is underway in order to increase maximum scene temperature, decrease radiance rise time, and improve overall operation. The 1024 x 1024 Large Format Resistive Array (LFRA) Read-In Integrated Circuit (RIIC) has been fabricated and tested, with emitter fabrication to start in mid-2003. A next-generation MIRAGE II(512 x 512) RIIC is also ready for fabrication, in support of high-performance MIRAGE II 512 x 512 systems providing greater than 750 K MWIR apparent temperature, and less than 5 ms 10-90% MWIR radiance rise time. In support of these new technologies and products, SBIR has developed test equipment and facilities for use in next-generation MIRAGE device wafer probing, test, evaluation, diagnostic, and assembly processes.