IEEE Spectrum Battle Royale on Micro-projectors Check out this video, featuring your correspondent. Also, be sure to check out this blog post by Intel’s Craig Hurst describing some cool augmented reality application scenarios.
Hey everybody, I’m excited to share with you these photographs from Intel’s booth at CeBIT in Hannover, Germany (booth #P33). Our SHOW WX projector is taking a feed from a microscope that’s looking at the Intel Core2 Die, and projecting that image onto a tabletop. CeBIT is the world’s largest trade fair showcasing digital IT and telecommunications solutions for […]
Phones galore – sorta. Mobile World Congress not only had all the usual “coming soon” phones but some of the more innovative devices were the Mobile Internet Devices (MID) and NetBooks. These devices are smaller than a laptop, but bigger than a cell phone. Sitting right in between these categories means the user compromises on […]
Following the successful debut of the SHOW WX at Macworld and CES I’ve only continued at the same light speed since returning to the office. I can now finally can catch my breath and answer a couple of the questions from previous comments. Also check out an interview of me on Macmost.com
The PicoP Display Engine that we showed off last week at CES and Macworld is the highest performing display in its class due to the following attributes: widescreen WVGA resolution, infinite focus for true ad-hoc sharing of content on any surface, rich laser colors, high contrast ratio, and the thinnest package. As you can imagine, it’s a […]