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We're often resistant to pico-projectors purely because we've been there, you know? That's why this interactive kit from Microvision is so special. We took a quick look at the prototype of the forthcoming Touch Interactive projector, which senses the interruption pattern of its laser light (think: radar) in order to calculate where you're controlling the device. It makes gesture-based presentation capable without the sort of complicated Kinect setup we've shown you before and, if it works as well outside of the demo environment, (due to arrive at the end of this year) then we'd be pretty impressed with the results. Take a look at the very short video (it's a limited demo at this point) that we've got for you after the break.

Gallery: Microvision PicoVision Touch Interactive Eyes-On | 15 Photos


Dana Murph contributed to this report.



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