What sets this nifty gadget apart from the other is that it boasts a “projector attached to the handle, one which then throws its images up on the umbrella itself, displaying a plethora of information right in front of you.” Video after the break.

The device is able to: take pictures with an attached camera, upload them to Flickr (presumably through a cellular connection), download a Flickr photostream, display your position on a Google Map (using the also-included GPS chip) and give you a slideshow. You control the interface with a flick of the wrist

[via OhGizmo]

What sets this nifty gadget apart from the other is that it boasts a “projector attached to the handle, one which then throws its images up on the umbrella itself, displaying a plethora of information right in front of you.” Video after the break.

The device is able to: take pictures with an attached camera, upload them to Flickr (presumably through a cellular connection), download a Flickr photostream, display your position on a Google Map (using the also-included GPS chip) and give you a slideshow. You control the interface with a flick of the wrist

[via OhGizmo]