Pico Projector

The tiny Pico Projector by Texas Instruments “pumps out a WVGA 1000:1 image in addition to 0.5 watts of sound.” Video after the break.

Our friends at Engadget Spanish got a look at Texas Instruments’ DLP Pico projector, which both Optoma and Toshiba have expressed interest in.

[via Engadget]

Sanyo’s PLC-XL50 is the “world’s shortest throw distance projector”, offering horizontal or vertical placement and a projection distance of just 3-inches (80-inch projection). This 3LCD projector features “true XGA” resolution and is rated at 2000-lumens. Practical uses include: billboards, shopping malls, amusement parks, and floors/walls. Video after the break. Click here for first picture in gallery.

This nifty pocket laser light show from ThinkGeek features an “endless display of pulsating, morphing laser beam patterns” when turned on. Video demonstration after the jump.

Turn the unit on to either auto or manual mode. Optionally flip up the easel and just set it on the table projecting on a wall. The unit will automatically cycle through a myriad of pulsating patterns and shapes. This leaves your hands free for maximum beverage handling. Or if you want control, select manual mode and you can control via two switches and two rotating dials the precise pattern and rhythm that the red lasers display