Tiny handheld pico projector that turns any surface into a giant 80″ touchscreen with stylus control
Here’s a cool projector that runs Android and is capable of touch input on any surface. The TouchPico is surprisingly responsive and allows for interaction, drawing and even input for some games.
Originally described as about the same length and width as a Samsung Galaxy S4, the Pond now comes in at 108.5 x 97.6 x 33 mm (4.3 x 3.8 x 1.3 in), and tips the scales at 276 g (9.7 oz).
Elsewhere, the specs are about the same. To the front are 0.3 inch WVGA (854 x 480) TI DLP optics, with an RGB LED lamp rated at 20,000 hours, a lens offset that’s reported as 100 percent and 1000:1 contrast ratio. Powered from a wall outlet (100 – 240 V AC, using the supplied 5 V/3 A DC adapter), the specs list the brightness as 80 lumens.
From the manufacturer –
TouchPico takes any app from the confines of a smaller screen and projects to an 80-inch space on a wall, table, or any surface.
Simply touch the stylus to the projected images with pinpoint accuracy, just like the smartphones and tablets you are used to. The Airmouse remote doubles as a pointing device and remote control.
Controlling the TouchPico is easy with either the stylus, Airmouse, or connect via WiFi or HDMI to project from your smart device, Mac, or PC.
It’s pretty tiny device with interactive touch feature. What you guys think of this?
If you want to buy this, click here. It is on 30% discount at the moment.