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Having Fun With Nokia N96 and the Optoma Pico Projector (Video)

Some people can entertain themselves by using the coolest gadgetry around it seems. Just check out the following dude who toyed with an Optoma Pico projector and a Nokia N96 in the funniest ways possible, also demonstrating the potential of the two devices:

He managed to surf the web from his bed, scare his sister with the projection of a ghost or project embarrassing text on the neighbours’ fence. Finally, the Optoma Pico user was able to “read the small print”, play an animation in the bath (why?) and project his face on his girl’s bottom.

In case you want to get technical, Pico offers DLP type projection and features an LED lamp, a 1000:1 contrast ratio and USB recharging. It comes with AV input (stereo audio plus composite video) and PAL/NTSC (576i/480).

The little gizmo only weighs about 115 grams and incorporates a battery that lasts for about 2 hours. More details here.

[via YouTube]

  • Britain’s sun newspaper today is reporting on the papers online version that Nokia has announced a new projector phone, which will be coming our way by the beginning of Christmas 2009.

    This device will be based on the Nokia’s flagship Multimedia based pocket computer which been launched back on June 2009. This new project based phone will be an exciting new development for the industry as whole; Nokia is hoping the new device will be the next big invention for them, since the development of the camera phone by the giant technology corporation which they have come up with back in 2002.

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