Projector

  • HDI 3D Projectors Look Like Something Aliens Gave Us

    HDI 3D Projectors Look Like Something Aliens Gave Us

    HDI makes high-end projectors and this $55,000, 300-inch 3D projector is one of their products. The projectors come in multiple styles and types (these are just renders) and each model number, the 120, 200 and 300, is related to the maximum screen size these puppies can project. At 55 bones these things had better give you an MRI as well. Read More

  • Sharp Shows Cell Phone With Built-In Projector

    Sharp Shows Cell Phone With Built-In Projector

    The Biscuit and wooden cell phones Sharp yesterday announced for the Japanese market weren't the only ones worth mentioning. Big S also unveiled [JP] the SH-05C, a handset featuring a built-in projector that's usable for up to 120 minutes on a full battery charge. Read More

  • CEATEC 2010: Hitachi's Awesome LCD Projector Demo (Videos)

    CEATEC 2010: Hitachi's Awesome LCD Projector Demo (Videos)

    Projectors might be great for movies and essential for presentations, but they are rarely sexy. A notable exception currently showcased at CEATEC 2010 is the ultra-short throw LCD projector (the follow-up model to the CP-A200) showcased at Hitachi's booth or rather the combination of the device and a whiteboard with touch control. Read More

  • The JVC DLA-HD250 Drops D-ILA Projectors To A Lower Pricepoint

    The JVC DLA-HD250 Drops D-ILA Projectors To A Lower Pricepoint

    CEDIA, the tradeshow for AV nerds, is currently rocking in Atlanta and JVC took the stage to announce its newest D-ILA projector. Generally, anything that touts D-ILA carries a high price tag. But not this boy. Well, I guess it's still high, but it's a lot lower than previous models. You might be able to actually afford this JVC 1080p front projector. Read More

  • Sony Introduces Its First SXRD 3D Projector, The VPL-VW90ES

    Sony Introduces Its First SXRD 3D Projector, The VPL-VW90ES

    The Sony VPL-VW90ES is a beast. With a $10,000 price tag and ES label, it should be. This is Sony's first 3D front projector and utilizes SXRD tech along with a single Ultra High Performance 1,000 ANSI lumens lamp to deliver a 1080p24 picture. The projector's new 240Hz frame rate mode handles the 3D images, though. The gracious folks at Sony even included two pairs of the required active-shutter… Read More

  • Tiny Projectors Being Developed, Coming To Market

    Tiny Projectors Being Developed, Coming To Market

    Look out, there's a new projector technology coming. Lemoptix has been developing a projector technology that will fit into any portable computer or mobile telephone. The new device will allow you to put a projector in almost anything really, given the small size. Read More

  • The HDV-D350S Is The World's First Projector/Camcorder

    The HDV-D350S Is The World's First Projector/Camcorder

    Here’s something neat. It’s the first camcorder/projector. The Ordro HDV-D350S seems like a pretty cool gadget, that is of course if this nearly $800 device works well. The Ordro is a full HD 1080p camcorder. Equipped with a 3.0” LCD capturing 12.0MP digital stills from a 10X optical zoom. Sounds nice, but I would say the downside would be the projector’s resolution… Read More

  • DIY: Build your own projector

    Proving once again that duct tape is capable of almost anything, here's a little DIY project for you. It looks fairly simple to build your own projector, even if it's not particularly aesthetically pleasing. Read More

  • Sony’s new clock radio shines (on the wall)

    Sony’s new clock radio shines (on the wall)

    Sony announced a new clock radio today, the enticing named ICF-C717PJ, the latest in a long line of consumer electronics. The ICF-C717PJ has a few tricks up it's proverbial sleeve however, including a thermometer and the ability to project the time on the wall or ceiling. Read More

  • ViewSonic announces 3D ready projector

    ViewSonic announces 3D ready projector

    ViewSonic announced the latest addition to their family of projectors recently, the PJD6531w. What makes this particular projector interesting is the fact that it displays at 120Hz, enabling it to be used to display those newfangled 3D movies that are so hot right now. The PJD6531w runs at 1280×800, and supports up to 1080p. The fact that it runs in 120Hz means it’ll work with existing… Read More