Micro Projectors & Pico Projectors – Biggest Technology of 2010?

10 years ago if you had thought about projection, and projectors per se you
would probably have thought about the cinema, perhaps the regular
multimedia projector that offers low resolutions (typically the best back
then was 640×480 – a resolution now beaten in most modern mobile phones
such as the Apple iPhone). But in the last 10 years technology
manufacturers both big and small within the audio visual realm have been
researching and developing the idea of a hand held micro projector.

The first generation of micro projectors were launched mid to late
2008/early 2009 and we are already starting to see a wave of 2nd generation
pocket projector’s being launched, such as the 3m mpro 120 and the AAXA P2
pico projectors. This highlights the increasing velocity of developments
within the realm of micro projectors. While the first generation of micro
projectors offered limited resolutions all below 640×480, we are now
starting to see much higher resolutions.

The second wave of micro projectors launched are featuring much better
resolutions such as 800×600 and there are even hints of higher, near-HD
resolutions. The technology behind these developments include laser based
visual drivers, which couple red, green and blue lasers into a single
module together with a mirror based (MEM) system to provide a clear, bright
and automatically focused laser projection. LCD based pico projectors have
also been bolstered by the news that Syndiant, a tiny lCD producer based in
the USA have managed to make some huge resolution lCD display’s smaller
than 1 cm in size – these tiny displays will allow microprojector
manufacturers to produce higher resolution pico’s in increasingly smaller
sizes.

What then will the third wave of pico projectors look like? 2010 is likely
to be a great year for the pocket projector – with a HD micro projector
that will fit in your hand quite likely to feature, a longer battery life
is also likely, powered by newer battery technologies like li-ion. Other
features that will probably spring up in the third generation of micro
projectors will be things like wi-fi support, larger on gadget memory and
increased brightness and contrast ratios. The third generation of the
handheld projector will be one truly epic gadget and the development around
the technology will mean a lot more different types of gadget’s will start
using embedded pico projectors as they become smaller and more efficient,
don’t be surprised if you see a net-book with a pico projector embedded by
the end of 2010! Micro projectors are likely to be the biggest technology
of 2010, if you ask me!

David G Wood Micro Projectors [http://www.microprojector5.co.uk] @
microProjector5.co.uk Pico Projector Wiki
[http://wiki.microprojector5.co.uk/index.php?title=Main_Page]

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