Pico computing is nothing new, but this takes it to a whole new level. This particular set up uses a light bulb socket as a mount (but not as a source of power). Conceived, designed, and produced by some students at MIT, this computer uses a pico projector to put a touch display on any surface. The students mounted the computer on a motorized arm, allowing it to track movements. Most people wouldn’t need the arm, but imagine being able to put a touch surface in your kitchen, or garage. At any rate, it’s worth your time to check out the video after the jump.
[via Hack A Day]