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Looking for a way to differentiate among the ever-expanding niche of pocket projectors, researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Optics and Precision Engineering (IOF) of Germany are working on an OLED panel-based mini projector, using static optical systems and not the usual reflective

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June 11, 2009 at 2:32AM
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Looking for a way to differentiate among the ever-expanding niche of pocket projectors, researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Optics and Precision Engineering (IOF) of Germany are working on an OLED panel-based mini projector, using static optical systems and not the usual reflective

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We've already seen plenty of oio iterations from Explay, but apparently this here \"oio companion\" is the real deal, and it'll be shown off at Mobile World Congress next week. Unfortunately, that doesn't mean we're getting any solid price or release details just yet, pretty much this new render is a

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Explay's oio nanoprojector has been on our radar for some time, and regrettably, it's still no closer to actually launching. According to Noam Zur, Vice President of Business Development for the company, the second-generation oio \"will be commercialized in 2008 to 2009,\" which is a bit later than w

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Explay is apparently trying to ensure that its micro-projector doesn't become just one of the crowd, as it's trying to outdo the competition by showing off its oio at SID 2007. While we'd seen offerings from Explay before and even heard whispers of a 2007 launch, it looks like it'll be next year be

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While we were able to get a little hands-on time with Microvision's own minuscule projector earlier this month at CES, the folks over at TFOT were able to snag some face time with Explay's ridiculously small nanoprojector. This itty bitty source of entertainment was supposed to land right around thi

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