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Guttag Debunks Amazon Glow

by Bob Raikes

What They Say Karl Guttag has done a great piece of work to pull apart the claims for Amazon’s Glow that was announced a few weeks ago. (Phew… Amazon has a Busy Launch Event) …

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PIQO Pocket Projector Moves Towards Production

by Arthur Berman

The Piqo projector, designed by Piqo (Los Angeles, CA), is described by the company as a powerful, on-the-go HD projector that is compact, durable and intuitive to use. Some of the features of the …

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CE Week and Pepcom in New York Show Latest Systems

by Matthew Brennesholtz

CE Week was a two day event (June 20 – 21) at the Javits Center in New York, hosted by ShowStoppers in association with IFA and multiple other organizations. The CTA is not one …

Tags:Augmented Reality| CE Week| HP Inc| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Pico Projectors| Vol 25 - Issue 25| Wireless Charging

LumiWatch Projects a Touch Display on the Wearer’s Skin

by Arthur Berman

A team of researchers headed Robert Xiao within the Human-Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh, PA) is developing a smartwatch with an integrated pico-projector. The system uses the skin of the wearer’s …

Tags:Pico Projectors| Smartwatches| Vol 25 - Issue 19

Wired Looks at Pico Projectors

by Bob Raikes

Wired has reviewed a couple of pico projectors, the Sony MP-CD1 and the Nebula Capsule. The Sony comes out as better value, while the Nebula was rated as offering a better overall experience, partly …

Tags:Back Panel| Mobile Display Monitor| Pico Projectors| sony| Vol 25 - Issue 17

Kodak Projectors are Very Small

by Bob Raikes

Eastman Kodak Company announced the availability of three new portable projectors from its North American brand licensee, C+A Global: the Kodak Pocket Portable Projector, Pocket Pico Projector, and Pocket Wireless Pico Projector. The DLP-based …

Tags:DLP| Kodak| Mobile Display Monitor| Pico Projectors| USA| Vol 25 - Issue 08

Mobile Projector is Designed for iPhone

by Bob Raikes

Aiptek has set up a Kickstarter project for the OrbitBeam, a projector designed for use with iPhones, from 6/6 plus and up (or Android above 4.2 using Miracast). It also has a battery case …

Tags:Crowdfunding (Kickstarter etc)| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Pico Projectors| Vol 24 - Issue 42

TI Makes Pico DLP Accessible

by Bob Raikes

TI has made available the DLP LightCrafter Display 2000 evaluation module (EVM) that includes a 0.2″ DLP chipset and costs just $99. The EVM’s dual connector is set up to support any flexible GPIO-driven …

Tags:DLP| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Pico Projectors| TI (Texas Instruments)| Vol 24 - Issue 28

iView Raises $14.7 million to Increase R&D into Pico Projection

by Alan Spencer

iView, the pico-projection engine developer based in Shenzen, has raised around $14.7 million as part of its series B funding round, the lead investor being CMS Zhiyuan Capital. iView was founded in 2006 and …

Tags:Investment| Mobile Display Monitor| Pico Projectors| Vol 24 - Issue 25

AR/VR Optical Components Round-up

by Chris Chinnock

ColorLink Japan was showing some optical components for near to eye applications such as the E5-Dill embedded pico projector model. It features a 1280 x 720 LCOS panel from Miyota, RGB LEDs and output …

Tags:LCOS| Mobile Display Monitor| Pico Projectors| SID Display Week 2017| Virtual Reality| Vol 24 - Issue 21

MWC 2017 Round-up

by Bob Raikes

Picoprojector maker, Aiptek, has a new AM500VT projector that is a complete Android system that produces HD images of up to 120″ with output of 500 ANSI lumens. The projector is supplied with a …

Tags:360 Degree Cameras| audio| Augmented Reality| Automotive| Display Stream (DSC)| Fingerprint Recognition| Gesture Recognition| Mobile Display Monitor| MWC 2017| Pico Projectors| Smartphones| Smartwatches| Sports and Stadiums| Virtual Reality| Vol 24 - Issue 08| WiGIG

TriLite’s Laser-based Engine Going to Mass Production

by Chris Chinnock

Two years ago we told you about TriLite’s first demonstration of an RGB laser scanning system that it was targeting for large-area 3D without glasses in digital signage applications. (Giant 3D Displays from TriLite). …

Tags:Autostereo 3D| Digital Signage| Laser Projectors| Pico Projectors| Vol 24 - Issue 06