Aiptek Set to Unveil 3D Pico Projectors in March 2011
I have spent some time with picoprojectors over the last few years and universally the projectors aren’t bright enough for the big leagues. You have to have a really dark room for a pico projector to be at its best.
The tech behind the projectors is coming a long way though and they are getting better all the time. With the big push behind 3D technology, it will come as no surprise that pico projectors are looking to go 3D in the first quarter of 2011.
DigiTimes reports that Apitek is working on a 3D pico projector and plans to put the device on the market next March. The projectors for 2011 will be 50 lumens and need glasses. In 2012, DigiTimes reports that the company will offer a pick projector with 3D needing no glasses and 100 lumens bright.
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