You can use a portable projector to enjoy your favorite entertainment content, but if you want a free and handy platform to deal with your work, Peek, a gesture controlled, interactive portable projector will be a perfect solution.
Jolee Nebert, a freelance industrial designer from Seattle came up with the pretty cool interactive laser projector. As we can see from the images, the concept projector shows off a minimalistic, compact cylindrical design, and unlike regular pico projectors that project images on the wall, the Peek tends to project content on your desktop in order to create an intuitive and interactive interface without needing any display, and you can interact with every elements projected by your Peek using your fingers, stylus and even voice commands. Of course, the laser projector can also project images on the wall for a vertical work surface or watching videos.
Moreover, using two or three Peek projectors, you can get a larger surface area that is great in groups. And using a rotating camera and mirror, Peek is able to view 360 degrees to record everyone in a conference room, and it also supports real-time video streaming. It’s little pity that the Peek is still a design concept at present, but maybe it will become reality soon via now popular crowdfunding campaign. If you want a few available options, you may like to check Li’l ultra portable projector and more by following tags.