This is a altogether simple way to make a Projecter with the help of a Light Bulb & a Shoe Box. The Process is in the Video.
OK, here’s the situation: You’ve got a USB-C port on your device. You want to connect an ethernet cable for super-fast, super-stable wired internet. Which USB-C to Ethernet adapter do you choose? Let’s take a look at the options and make a few recommendations depending on your needs.
Why lug around a bulky laptop computer when you can present directly from your Android smartphone?
Now we're talking: the Samsung Galaxy Beam is a smartphone with a built-in projector, housed at the top of the phone's frame. With this projector, you can beam whatever content is currently on the phone's screen onto just about any flat surface; just turn on the projector and point the phone like a flashlight. It's easily the most hands-off solution around for mobile presentations. But be warned: The Galaxy Beam, released in 2012, isn't as powerful as newer models, though its dual-core processor should prove snappy enough for business users with basic computing needs. As an older smartphone, the Galaxy Beam is also a bit tougher to find, though it's still fairly easy to track the device down on the Internet if you're willing to pay full price. For business users who want flexibility for impromptu presentations, it's worth a second look.
When the Intel video card in your computer does not automatically recognize the 3M Mobile Projector‚ it may not output an image to the projector. In the following instruction you will manual setup the video card for the Pocket Project by opening Intel Graphics Media Accelerator driver‚ clone the display (that is display the same thing on both the laptop screen and the projector)‚ set the resolution to 800 × 600 and the refresh rate to 60 Hz.
Support for your 3M Mobile Projector MP225
The S1 mobile LED projector is designed for your on-the-go life. At just 3cm (1.18 inches) tall and weighing 342g (0.75lbs), the S1 Mobile LED Projector is the perfect portable projector for mobile professionals that need to travel light, so you can take it with you wherever you go.
Sony's short throw mobile projector can display a screen size of up to 120 inches at a distance of 3.45 metres
Sony MP-CL1 can connect to a source via HDMI or can be interfaced with a smartphone or tablet device via MHL. The Sony MP-CL1 mobile projector also supports built-in screen mirroring function which allows users to wirelessly mirror their smartphone contents via Wi-Fi.
Did you positive you can turn an old shoebox and some office supplies into a Smartphone Projector. Yes you can.
Whether it's for a business trip or a family vacation, a light, compact, and capable portable projector makes a good travel companion. These are the top-rated models we've tested under two pounds.
Most pico and palmtop projectors can run files from a USB thumb drive and/or SD card, so you don"t need to lug your laptop with them. Some even have 1GB or more of internal memory for storing media files. Many can project content from a smartphone or tablet, either wirelessly or via a Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL)-enabled HDMI port. Several models come with built-in rechargeable batteries so you can use them away from a power outlet.
Portable projectors are for on-the-go business and classroom presentations and also for home entertainment/gaming, usually weighing between 3-8 lbs.
Portable projectors are convenient on-the-go solution and are becoming more advanced every day. Practical uses include classic presentations such as PowerPoint and multimedia presentations including videos and sound. Enjoy pictures, videos, and browing the internet from a large projection rather than a small display screen. Portable projectors are now exploring the realm beyond presentation, including gaming, 3D and mobile device integration.
If you are on the sentinel for a good portable projector, here are some great options to consider as we roundup the Best Portable Projectors of 2016.
People who give presentations on business trips will often benefit most from using full-sized projectors. However, their large size, weight, and consumptive power needs don't make them the best travel companions. In this article, we take a look at some of the available options for traveling professionals, illuminate some unexpected pitfalls, and offer advice that may not have otherwise occurred to you.
If you use a laptop, USB flash drive, or tablet to create spreadsheets or slideshows and you want to show them off using a projector, be sure to select the right model for your needs. Decide whether portability or image quality ranks higher on your list when deciding between a Pico or Portable model.