A collection of videos highlighting the fun and creative uses of projectors.
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Elizabeth Dourley — Feb 11, 2013
Projectors and projection technology have wowed the crowds at yet another major music venue. This year it was at the Grammys when Carrie Underwood wore the technology in the form of a large skirted Roberto Cavalli gown that became a four and half foot projector screen displaying moving images and flickering colors.
Elizabeth Dourley — Jul 19, 2012
For some of us it's a language issue and for others the ears are not working quite as well as they used to. One thing is for certain--in our house the subtitles are always on when we watch a film together. It does not matter if we're running an epic production on the projector or if we're settled in front of the plasma display, there is nothing more disheartening than missing a critical piece of dialogue. It's the main reason we stay home and almost never go to the movies anymore! Fortunately, Sony has harnessed the power of the pico projector and are producing what they call Entertainment Access glassesmore
Elizabeth Dourley — Mar 7, 2012
There is a lot of news coming out of Microsoft Research lately. This one reminds me of a product I covered in an earlier post. The Microsoft version pairs a pico projector with a Kinect motion controller and shoulder mounting device--wearable technology. The objective is to enable users to project onto any surface at any time for image interactivity.
Elizabeth Dourley — Mar 15, 2011
This video has been around for a couple of years but it is definitely a favorite among TED Lecture fans. We are sharing it because the projection device is critical to the scientist's ultimate goal of creating wearable technology devised to give wearers a "sixth sense" or instant access and display of relevant information during life's daily activities.