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Projector

Cinemood Portable Projector

Cinemood Portable Projector
$299  Buy Link Comment

This pocket-sized projector can stream Netflix, Amazon Prime, and YouTube or you can load it up with videos from your computer or an SD card. It comes pre-loaded with 45 Disney e-books and 20 kid-friendly videos. Save 25% in The Awesomer Shop.

Lightform Projected AR System

Lightform Projected AR System

Lightform’s upcoming system allows anyone with a computer and a projector to create the sort of projection mapping visuals heretofore reserved for the pros. It can scan objects, then generate intricate projected images that perfectly match their surfaces. More on Tested.

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“Romantic” Star Projector

“Romantic” Star Projector
$22  Buy Comment

What’s so romantic about a star projector? Oh. Right. Still, you don’t really need a cuddle-buddy to appreciate this DIY astro-projector with a rotating base and compass point allignments.

SHOWWX+ Pico Projector

SHOWWX+ Pico Projector
$400  Buy Comment

This 2nd-gen laser pocket projector connects directly to your iPod Touch, iPad, or iPhone (and other gadgets), projecting 848×480 widescreen video up to 100″ diagonal in a dimly lit room.

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