Microvision Pico Projector Show At CES 2008

Posted: Jan 8 2008, 1:05am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:36am CDT , in CES


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Microvision Pico Projector Show at CES 2008

Microvision announced that they would show a pocket sized Plug-and-Play Pico projector at the CES 2008 a week ago.

Gizmodo has a video showing the Pico projector in action. The quality is quite alright and considering the projection comes out of a small device like that, it is actually amazing.
The idea behind the Pico projector is to integrate it into mobile phones. Microvision is not alone at the CES 2008 with a tiny projector for mobile phones.

Displaytech and Light Blue Optics are also showing a range of miniature projection systems to be embedded into mobile phones.
LBO’s miniature projection systems use laser light sources to create bright, full color, high-quality video images with the widest possible color gamut.
The systems incorporate a fast-switching phase modulating FLCOS microdisplay with a 7x7mm active area, custom designed for LBO by development partners Displaytech Inc. In addition, LBO’s miniature projection systems deliver an ultra-wide throw angle greater than 90º, creating large images at very close proximity to the projector aperture. Via the LBO site.

CES 2008 officially started and we report about the hottest product releases, and there are plenty of them. We are in Las Vegas and will be covering the CES 2008 first hand.
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