Wouldn’t it be wonderful to have your theme of your room changed now and then without having to buy any room decor? It could be possible by 3D video mapping as seen above in the picture.
There are plenty of iPad docks out there, but only a few are unique. Here’s one of them. The Wowwee’s Cinemin Slice is an iPad dock alright, but it also features a built-in DLP Picoprojector. The projection image isn’t too high in resolution though. At 854×480 resolution and 16 ANSI lumens (brightness), this device will not replace your primary projector any time soon.
Epson the Japanese electronics giant, has started mass scale production of the world’s smallest XGA high temperature polysilicon TFT panel. Measuring just 0.55 inch diagonally, the device is 23% smaller than its immediate predecessor and displays a resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels. It is targeted to be used in projectors that can display up to 2600 ANSI lumens!
iPhone gets more interesting…now you can turn it into a full fledged projector using the MiLi Pro. Although using this makes the sleek iPhone look a little more bulky, if you are in real need of a super portable projector, there may not be too many better options than this. The device looks like an over-sized case for the iPhone, but when flipped open turns into a “LED-driven projector” that has a 640 x 480 image resolution.
Small, small, small….it still gets smaller. We now have another device that the company states to be the world’s smallest DLP projector. Although we have mentioned about Optoma Pico before, we wanted to remember it because of its popularity.
Apple has tied up with Texas Instruments to launch the “”world’s smallest / lightest” DLP Projector for iPhone/iPod. Currently the first launch would be in Japan along with “an iPhone / iPod kit and dock connector for a tax-inclusive price of about ¥50,000 ($511)”. Don’t underestimate the image quality. It has been reported that the white LED light is capable of throwing a 60-inch, ‘dazzlingly bright, sharp, vivid video image’ !