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Sony’s BDPorter: A portable Blu-ray projection machine

Posted in Blu-ray by Conner Flynn on January 5th, 2010

Sony’s new BDPorter is a portable Blu-Ray projection machine in a rollable cabinet that will look right at home in your office. It comes with a Blu-ray player inside, a WXGA projector, surround sound headphones, speakers and a 60-inch screen.

This one is targeted mainly at corporate situations to use with presentations, or when you need to move it into another office etc. If you really wanted to, you could probably import one from Japan if you have a spare $7,700.

Elements Atomic Projection Alarm Clock with Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer

Posted in Clocks by Conner Flynn on November 9th, 2009

Elements Atomic Projection Alarm Clock with Indoor/Outdoor ThermometerHere’s yet another time and temperature device. By now you would think that everyone has this info at their fingertips, but I guess not. The Elements Atomic Projection Alarm Clock with Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer is just what it sounds like.

From Oregon Scientific, this clock will automatically set itself to your location within the US, even making adjustments for Daylight Savings Time without you having to do anything. It also sports a projection feature for night time clock reading fun. It will project details like time, weather and alarm on nearly any surface.

Open Air Cinema Inflatable Projection Screen

Posted in Projectors by Conner Flynn on December 4th, 2008

Open Air Cinema Inflatable Projection ScreenSummer may be gone, but you can at least start planning for some fun next summer. Open Air Cinema has just released its new 16-foot inflatable projection screen that folds up easily into a 20-pound bag, making it very portable when traveling.

After the screen is fully inflated, it will remain in place and tethered using straps. Which doesn’t sound all that promising. It’s 220″ of widescreen heaven. So if you somehow survive this economy, why not have some fun next summer and fork over $999. Add some helium and give the whole neighborhood a treat.

Holocube 3D Projection Box won’t let you talk to Darth Vader

Posted in 3D by Conner Flynn on November 28th, 2008

Holocube 3D Projection Box won’t let you talk to Darth VaderNow you can enjoy 3D imaging right on your desk with this interesting holographic display ‘Holocube 3D Projection Box’. It sports an integrated HDD that stores video and uses it to create 3D Holograms at a resolution of 1080i. It won’t produce a Princess in trouble, telling you that you are her only hope. Nor will it let you talk to your Sith lord or Sith apprentice in real time.

But it is pretty awesome. It’s available in 10-inch, 15-inch, or 17-inch models, with a 40GB hard drive. The Holocube can store up to 18-hours of compressed video at 4Mb/s on its 40GB hard drive, which can then be converted into a 3D hologram. You also get an optional floor stand for easy transportation.