Researchers (PDF link) at the University of Toronto have developed a handheld projector that “explore[s] the design space of dynamically defining and interacting with multiple virtual information spaces embedded in a physical environment.” Hit the jump for a video.

With the ability to project information, a handheld device can surmount the limitations of its small internal screen by creating a larger information display on an external surface

Researchers (PDF link) at the University of Toronto have developed a handheld projector that “explore[s] the design space of dynamically defining and interacting with multiple virtual information spaces embedded in a physical environment.” Hit the jump for a video.

With the ability to project information, a handheld device can surmount the limitations of its small internal screen by creating a larger information display on an external surface