projectors

AAXA P4 Pico Projector Review

AAXA P4 Pico Projector Review

We've seen our fair share of pico and pocket projectors here at SlashGear, but recently we've had the pleasure to work with and review one of the most portable and brightest of them all, a pico with an 80 lumen engine -- the AAXA P4 Pico Projector. There are many different uses for a portable projector and whether they are an expensive toy, or a needed accessory is up to you. Head on down for some pictures and hands-on video of this little projector in action.

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Vodafone Spraypaints Mobile Phones White, Projects Light Unto Them, Tells a Story

Vodafone Spraypaints Mobile Phones White, Projects Light Unto Them, Tells a Story

Our good pals over at Vodefone have created a video in which they take phones from throughout their own lengthy history, spraypaint them white, and project lovely images toward and on them in order to show a magical video taking us all through the history of mobile. This is what they're called "the first small-scale projection mapping installation using a hand-held camera." Whether that means they just filmed it going through the steps with a handheld camera (looks like it) or if the projector is a hand-held device is up to debate.

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Matrox Introduces Edge Overlap for Multi-Projector Use

Matrox Introduces Edge Overlap for Multi-Projector Use

If you want to show a video or presentation over a large surface, but just can’t get all your projectors to line up correctly, Matrox may just have the solution for you. Matrox Graphics, Inc. has added Edge Overlap functionality to its M-Series graphics cards with the 4.00.02 display driver. This will allow users who have the video card to use their PCs and lower cost projectors to display a unified image with multiple projectors seamlessly.

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YouTube Play 2010 : 23,000 Creative Music / Video Works, 25 Finalists

YouTube Play 2010 : 23,000 Creative Music / Video Works, 25 Finalists

Who would have thought that a tiny video website with the clever name "YouTube" would one day would be exhibiting works at the Guggenheim Museum in New York? That day is here, they're that fabulous. YouTube is that big of a deal. Let me tell you how they got there. YouTube Play is a call out to the public to submit their best creative video, music and visuals made moving, to be sifted through and judged. Once 25 (out of the 23,000 they received this year) are chosen, they have a magical event in New York, gigantic video projectors and everything.

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Epson unveils new PowerLite Pro G5550NL, G5650WNL, and G5950NL projectors

Epson unveils new PowerLite Pro G5550NL, G5650WNL, and G5950NL projectors

Epson is big in the projector market and makes offerings for the home, office, and other settings. The company has added three new projectors to its G series today that include the G5550NL, G5650WNL, and the G5950NL projectors each with each offering more than 4500 lumens for professional installation markets. The projectors are aimed at medium to large meeting rooms and spaces in corporate, education, and other environments.

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Sanyo PLV-HF10000L Projector Due in November, Not for Your Living Room

Sanyo PLV-HF10000L Projector Due in November, Not for Your Living Room

When it comes to projectors, the smaller they come, the more attention they've been getting over the last few months. Those pico projectors are all over the place. But, thanks to companies like Sanyo, we're still seeing that the big projector market is alive and well. And this one definitely fits the bill. Even the picture makes it look big. But, while its physical characteristics are big, so are the features it packs inside.

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