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Qumi is the first Pico pocket projector to be 3D-ready, boasts one of the brightest LEDs ever in a projector this small, and offers High-Definition 720p playback with true-to-life colors and imaging. $499
Perfect for watching my favorite movies:
This Monolith Case by Century is able to project images in 640×360 resolution, a 1000:1 contrast ratio, with 12 lumens of brightness. The largest projection size recommended is 60 inches, preferably in a dark environment. (Check out the video). The Monolith also doubles as an external battery pack, featuring 1,900mAH battery raising your phone’s life by an estimated 50%. It will require 4 hours to fully charge. It is Japan only and will set you back $260.
My creation; A LED Pico projector attached to Sima quick release plate, attached to monopod, attached to suction cup tripod mount. This creates the proper viewing angle. Its hooked up to Apple TV for Airplay (wireless youtube, keynote, slideshows & movies) and magnetic mini speakers. Its battery powered so it works anywhere.
The S1200pj is actually Nikon’s third projector-equipped compact P&S camera, but improves on the previous models with a 40% increase in brightness (an impressive 20 lumens) and three times the contrast. Facilitating a projected image up to 60 inches in size, in ideal conditions of course. It’s also competently capable as a P&S with a 14.1MP sensor, 5X optical zoom with lens-shift stabilization, ISO settings up to 6400 and a 3-inch HVGA display on the back.
But sharing movies and videos of your mundane daily activities with friends and family is going to wear on them at some point, so Nikon has also made the S1200pj iOS friendly. Using an included cable you can connect your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to the camera, letting you project content from any of those devices. Available sometime in September for $429.95 in black and hot pink metal finishes.