The Naemura Group's projector brings a level of interactivity to standard projections via the ability to communicate with a light receiving device and the projected display. It's another way — along with things like the Microsoft wearable projector we looked at recently — to make projections interactive, with the added advantage that the size scales and you don't actually need to touch the surface to make changes to the projected display.
Visible Light Communicator Projector Allows You To Interact With Nothing
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