Texas Instruments has demonstrated a prototype of a pico-projector small enough to fit into a mobile phone (left). This uses the Digital Light Projector chip technology that powers back projection TVs, projectors and battery-powered pocket projectors for mobile phones.
The DLP pico-projectors (bottom), either as standalone projector or as an integrated component in mobile devices, will provide consumers and business professionals with the flexibility to share video and graphic content in a larger way says TI.
The pocket projectors are already in the market from manufacturers such as Mitsubishi, Samsung and Toshiba, and market researchers Pacific Media Associates (PMA) expects this market to grow to more than 1M units by 2010.
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