3M is taking on the TI Pico pocket projector technology at the CES 2009 with their 3M MM200 miniature projection module.
When integrated into a cell phone, handheld accessory or digital camera, the 3M MM200 engine can project up to a 50-inch image while drawing only 1 watt of power.
The 3M MM200 uses a liquid crystal on silicon (LCOS) electronic imager and is illuminated with multi-colored light emitting diodes (LEDs). Just a year ago, 3M debuted its first generation mobile projection engine at CES. Since then, the company has successfully integrated that engine into consumer platforms including the 3M MPro110.
Products featuring the MM200 engine will be available for consumer purchase in 2009.
Via the 3M site. More CES 2009 News.
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