Pico projectors haven’t really taken off in the way that most manufacturers would have wanted – it has yet to catch on with the masses. How many people do you know carry around a pico projector? Well, Light Blue Optics has yet to give up as their latest pico projector has arrived at the FCC – and this one is different from the rest since it relies on a holographic laser that creates an image that is actually touchable. Relying on a combination of holographic laser projection (HLP) and infrared sensors, you get a virtual WVGA touchscreen on any flat surface – just make sure that the flat surface is capable of reflecting the image well, where you have an image that is up to 10.1″ in size.
The pico projector sports an output of 35 lumens for images, where it will also deliver up to 15 lumens for videos. There is a mono speaker built-into the device, accompanied by a 3.5mm stereo out jack, a composite video input, and micro USB connectivity. Want to remain connected to the Internet or network? It does so via the integrated 802.11g Wi-Fi chipset. Inside the Light Blue Optics pico projector, you will find Windows CE as the operating system of choice alongside Adobe Flash Lite 3.1.
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