That's an impressive list of features. I wonder how good the projector is?
Well, i don't see myself using this for anything useful. I really don't got anything i want to project on to a wall or surface, im fine with just the screen and privacy... :D. But, for business people, i can see this come to great use to just give presentations with this and what not.
I would project all kinds of things on the wall just to show off lol
Or you could be like a modern version of Family guy's Buzzkillingworth lol
I don't know. While it would be cool to project movies and stuff, I don't see the projector's uses in real-world situations.
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Well if you were a business man on the run or a door to door salesmen I could see infinite uses for this.
Imagine going door to door and instead of lugging around AV equipment or trying to use the customer's equipment to do a presentation... you can just blast it on the walls.
Or you're on your private jet and need to do an emergency business presentation.... BAM instant projector.
Or you're back scenes with the president and you need to quickly brief him before he gives a speech to the media...
Of course none of us will be using it for this... the most any of us goons would use it for is to project porn on your friends wall at a party and have a good laugh about it lol
Can't wait for the US release.
You all need to think bigger. This idea of the pico-projectors as displays instead of the current screens - IT's REVOLUTIONARY.
It's all about Form-Factor. The projector opens all the doors -
Sure there are privacy issues, which might be interpreted as courtesy issues as well.
You may not use it all the time. Heck, you might just project onto your hand or a book instead of the wall. Video conferencing on the phone becomes viable. Expand the idea to projectors on more devices just makes it bigger . . . VERY EXCITING !!!
I need a projector on my car... make my own drive in theatre anywhere I go :-)
I'm the in pharmaceutical sales and i can definitely say there are professional applications for pico projectors. I've been using an AAXA P2 (http://aaxatech.com/products/p2_pico_projector.htm) for my sales calls at physician offices and clinics and it has been a godsend. Instead of lugging around nearly 10 pounds of equipment and wasting 5 minutes of everyone's time setting everything up, with the build in memory and viewer,I can get down to business right away. The big complain about these projectors is that they are dim and need a dark room, but that's fine for my use and I fully expect the brightness to increase significantly as the technology continues to develop.
Yea, the uses are really endless. But for your average consumer, it probably won't be used much.
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