Best pocket projector 2017 is Ebox Air handheld pocket projector

Best pocket projector 2017 is Ebox Air handheld pocket projector

Best pocket projector 2017 is Ebox Air handheld pocket projector

Why would you want to buy the best Ebox air multimedia projector? The first reason is portability. Pull your handheld personal projector out of your pocket, hook up your iphone or ipod and within minutes you can host your own multimedia production. A pocketsize multimedia projector is a simple device which allows you to show movies, videos, photos, games, and slides with friends and family anytime, anywhere.

The second reason handheld multimedia projectors are gaining in popularity is convenience. Gone are the days of crowding around a laptop to see your friend’s videos from her trip to Paris. Never again have to scrunch around a desktop monitor to see your brother’s slideshow from his scuba diving adventures in Australia. With a handheld Ebox air projector you can show a five foot video or slideshow on any surface, even in places where televisions cannot go. Your friend or your sister can simply hook up their ipod to your micro projector and everyone can see clear, large images. What could be cooler than that?

Best pocket projector 2017 is Ebox Air handheld pocket projector

The third reason to use a mini multimedia projector is for networking. These days when technology is so often criticized for keeping people strangers, here is a chance to put technology to work bringing people together. Have you always wanted to share your vacation slideshow with the community but couldn’t spend money on a conference room? Now you can host unlimited presentations on topics that interest you, in your own home, with a handheld pocket projector.

The fourth reason to buy a handheld pocket projector is just for fun! Watch movies and slideshows of personal interest with friends and relatives who live near you is bound to enrich your relationships. Pop some popcorn, break out a few beers and have a private showing with those who mean the most in your life. Hosting your own media party is more fun than sending your multimedia creations as email attachments. And this is one way to share your memories with the people in your life who have not entered the computer era – perhaps your grandparents.

Best pocket projector 2017 is Ebox Air handheld pocket projector

Now is a terrific time to buy a handheld projector, because the resolution on these second generation handheld projectors has greatly improved over their predecessors. Battery life has also greatly improved. And remember the price of these Ebox air pocket projectors keeps decreasing with every technological breakthrough in micro projector technology.

The newest generation of pocket projectors is meant to be more mobile than its predecessors, which will definitely increase its sales potential. Blending them into gadgets that consumers are already familiar with such as cell phones helps new users to quickly get familiarized with the technology.

Best pocket projector 2017 is Ebox Air handheld pocket projector

One of the reasons why the Ebox projector is such a great product is because it eliminates the need for a laptop or other media device. This is because the device is usually about the same size as a smartphone so it fits right in your pocket, so there will never be the risk of leaving a valuable presentation behind. Some are standalone while others connect to your iPhone or other media storage device. These pocket-sized projectors can turn any room into a presentation room, which creates a great deal of flexibility for businesspeople all over the world. In many cases, a tiny projector can read Office files like PowerPoint presentations, PDFs and JPEGs natively without the need for added software, so almost any format can be used during these presentations.

One scenario where a Ebox projector might come in handy is when travelling through a hotel lobby at a convention. There are many cases where you might run into someone who you had been hoping to meet, but you will be unable to effectively discuss anything with this individual if you do not have your computer with you. By having access to this tiny projector, you can turn the hotel lobby into a conference room, which will allow you to not only tell this important individual about your ideas, but also show him or her exactly what you are talking about. The possibilities are endless with this type of projector and many people are now catching on with this fact.

Ebox projector is pretty advanced

The technology that is found in a Ebox projector is pretty advanced, as it features a rapid refresh rate. A number of different companies have been working at perfecting this technology and although there is still a great deal of work to be done, the advancements that have been made are amazing. It is also important to keep in mind that the tiny projector is able to emit a great deal of light, despite its relatively small size, so the quality of an individual’s presentations will not suffer at all.

Conclusion

In the end, the Ebox air projector is the perfect solution to anyone’s presentation problems. This product gives people the chance to keep their presentations with them. No matter where they end up, which is great news for the businessperson who is constantly on the move. While it is impossible to know how much this technology will improve into the future, it is good to know that most cell phone companies are already on board with this new technology and will make pico technology an option for their clients in the neat future.

The technology upon which pocket projectors are based is constantly being improved for our benefit. I believe it helps the end consumer when there is a source of information out there to help them make sense of it all when they go shopping for the best pico projector for their needs.

Sony PlayStation 2 PUD-J5A

Sony PlayStation 2 PUD-J5A

Sony PlayStation 2 PUD-J5A

“…made exclusively for the use on the Sony Playstation 2…”

 

Top 10 Key Selling Points: Sony PlayStation 2 PUD-J5A

  1. Video Glasses Work With All PS2 Games
  2. Composite Video Or S-video Input
  3. Equivalent To A 42-inch Screen
  4. Built-in Stereo Headphones
  5. 180,000 Pixel Display
  6. 0.44-inch LCD Panels
  7. Almost Zero Latency
  8. Weighs Just 80g
  9. Headtracking
  10. Comfortable

Sony PlayStation 2 PUD-J5A

 

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Just when you thought you had understood the virtual reality past of Sony with their PLM-A35 Glasstron, HMZ-T2 & SmartEyeglass along comes the Sony PUD-J5A for the PS 2 to blow it all away. This virtual reality 3D head mounted display was made exclusively for the use on the Sony Playstation 2 and only sold online. It’s a feature heavy that has a head-mounted motion tracker with built-in screens and built-in stereo headphones.

While it didn’t work with all games (that we know of) it did work with “Energy Airforce” so you could look around the cockpit and generally feel like your were in a jet fighter. For it’s time it was a super slick moving headset with very little latency. It connected to the PS2 by the regular composite video or S-video and RCA audios cables. These cables allowed you to use the HMD like a pair of video glasses, but by attaching the USB it offered the additional head tracking but only on a very limited number of games and applications.

MicroOptical MV-1

MicroOptical MV-1

MicroOptical MV-1

“…the world’s smallest, lightest augmented reality…”

 

Top 10 Key Selling Points: MicroOptical MV-1

  1. Holographic Polymer-dispersed Liquid Crystals
  2. Diffracts Specific Wavelengths
  3. Works With Smartphone Or PDA
  4. Light-emitting Laser Diode
  5. Monocular Eyewear Display
  6. Augmented Reality Device
  7. RGB Colour Capabilities
  8. RGB Tint Abilities
  9. Lightweight
  10. Compact

MicroOptical MV-1

 

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Until Google Glass come along MicroOptical’s viewers were the world’s smallest, lightest augmented reality heads-up displays available. MicroOptical’s patented optical system gave the user the impression of a free-floating monitor. This unique optical system was what allowed the user to maintain a natural vision and awareness of the environment while still working on the screen. It was lightweight, comfortable, ergonomic and a true plug and play device that ould be attached to almost any pair of eyeglasses.

As with the DigiLens DL40 it was just too expensive and the technology still is. We all know that the future will be full of wearable technology, but that time isn’t now and it wasn’t back when the MicroOptical MV-1 was released.

DigiLens DL40

DigiLens DL40

DigiLens DL40

“…a unique see-through holographic polymer-dispersed liquid crystal display technology.”

 

Top 10 Key Selling Points: DigiLens DL40

  1. Holographic Polymer-dispersed Liquid Crystals
  2. Diffracts Specific Wavelengths
  3. Works With Smartphone Or PDA
  4. Light-emitting Laser Diode
  5. Monocular Eyewear Display
  6. Augmented Reality Device
  7. RGB Colour Capabilities
  8. RGB Tint Abilities
  9. Lightweight
  10. Compact

DigiLens DL40

 

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Made by DigiLens (founded in 1997 by Jonathan D) is the DigiLens DL40. An augmented reality device that displayed digital images from a smartphone or PDA to your eye. Like a very early version of Google Glass. Even when Google Glass was launched it proved that the technology just isn’t available yet so you can imagine might the same was said for the DigiLens DL40. While it wasn’t all that affordable to the public it was a well made, compact, lightweight monocular eyewear display that had a unique see-through holographic polymer-dispersed liquid crystal display technology.

The DigiLens company later on changed its business model but still learned a lot by this device and are now one of the world’s leading makers of HUD’s for the United States Army. It also develops the VIRTUALITY HMEyetrack, a binocular see-through eyewear display that is a little too military based for us to review. But never say never

 

 

Holmes Stereoscope

Holmes Stereoscope

Holmes Stereoscope

“…it looks very similar to what we know and love today.”

 

Top 10 Key Selling Points: Holmes Stereoscope

  1. Uses Lenses For Uniting The Dissimilar Pictures
  2. View Hand Drawn Landscape Transparencies
  3. Binocular Depth Perception
  4. Wooden Stand To Hold
  5. Two Prismatic Lenses
  6. Made In America
  7. Made From Wood
  8. Hand Carved
  9. Handheld
  10. Portable

Holmes Stereoscope

 

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We moved forward to 1861 to meet Oliver Wendell Holmes who created the “Holmes Stereoscope” and we are starting to reach a stage in the HMD’s life when it looks very similar to what we know and love today. Growing onwards from Brewster Stereoscope Holmes decided not to patent his handheld out of respect for Brewsters invention (even though he didn’t invent it Sir Charles Wheatstone did.)

As you can see this is another handheld device but with a very recognisable face cover for better viewing of the stereoscopic images. Holmes who was a writer by trade hand whittled his stereoscope from oak making his own design look better, stronger and much more affordable than other imported viewers from Eurpoe. It’s also a much-streamlined device and with 2 prismatic lenses and a wooden stand to hold the stereo card and as an added bonus it was foldable!

Brewster Stereoscope

Brewster Stereoscope

Brewster Stereoscope

“The inclusion of the lenses and their curvatures is still used today in all VR headsets…”

 

Top 10 Key Selling Points: Brewster Stereoscope

  1. Uses Lenses For Uniting The Dissimilar Pictures
  2. Demonstrated At The Great Exhibition Of 1851
  3. View Hand Drawn Landscape Transparencies
  4. Called A Lenticular Stereoscope
  5. Binocular Depth Perception
  6. Admired By Queen Victoria
  7. Made From Wood
  8. Made In France
  9. Handheld
  10. Portable

Brewster Stereoscope

 

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From the original Wheatstone stereoscope, we move on just 11 years to 1849. Called a lenticular stereoscope it was the first stereoscope to feature lenses. This was a big step forward for the stereoscope era because it meant the viewing devices where smaller, portable and now could be used in an HMD!

Many people think that it was this inventor “David Brewster” who was accredited with inventing the stereoscope has a whole, but that is simply not true. He just upgraded the original Wheatstone stereoscope. But to be fair to brewster it was a big step forward in a very short space of time. The inclusion of the lenses and their curvatures is still used today in all VR headsets even phone mountable ones. What is really interesting is the shape of the handheld device. While it might look like a pair of binoculars at the moment it didn’t take long for them to take shape into something we are all a little familiar with.

Wheatstone Stereoscope

Wheatstone Stereoscope

Wheatstone Stereoscope

“…the use of the stereoscope effect is essential in today’s HMD’s particularly virtual reality ones.”

 

Top 10 Key Selling Points: Wheatstone Stereoscope

  1. Natural Viewing Experience
  2. Binocular Depth Perception
  3. Also Works With Cartoons
  4. Images Can Be Any Size
  5. Folds Into Pocket
  6. Foldable Versions
  7. View 3D Images
  8. Made Of Oak
  9. Well Made
  10. No Lens

Wheatstone Stereoscope

 

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The Stereoscope (the term “stereoscope” or “stereograph” is taken from the Latin root word “stereo” (meaning solid body), “Skopion” (meaning to see) and “graph” to scib or write.) was invented by Charles Wheatstone back in 1838 and looks nothing like a VR headset or indeed any HMD we know today. But the use of the stereoscope effect is essential in today’s HMD’s particularly virtual reality ones.

At the start of its life (stop me if this sounds familiar) people thought it was a gimmick and the cameras at the time didn’t capture the stereoscopic images meaning the tech had not caught up with the dream. But yet, in the end, it did catch on and towards the late 1890s stereoscopic view glasses could be found in nearly every middle-class and upper-class household. Over the following years, other inventors took this tabletop device and made it portable, mobile and more user-friendly.