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Pico Projector Adapts To New Surfaces, Uses Random Objects As Input Devices 22

Posted by Soulskill
from the for-when-your-display-surfaces-keep-walking-away dept.
jpwilliams writes "This tiny projector can use any surface you have on hand to project an image. Using a webcam, it adapts to the surface, not just by adjusting keystone, but also following that surface and displaying different amounts of information (in certain cases). The guy in the video also uses a coffee mug as an app changer."

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