Beam Smart Projector Working from a Light Socket

Beam Smart Projector Working from a Light Socket

A team of enthusiasts is working on Beam smart projector designed especially for those who are looking for an exciting new way to browse media files or run programs. It is quite tiny and is connected through a conventional connector for household light bulbs. This allows you to organize the demonstration of your photos, videos and other materials on any surface: on the table, on the ceiling or, more traditionally, on the wall. The developers call Beam “a powerful projector with a small computer inside.” This device helps organize the process of viewing various files in a very unusual way.

Beam is easily adjusted with the help of iPhone or Android smartphones. The projector is capable of producing pictures with the resolution of 854×480 pixels and the brightness of 100 lumens. It has a dual-core processor with the tact frequency of 1.3 GHz and 8 GB of internal memory.

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You will be able to get your own Beam by October. Kickstarter campaign has already succeeded – more than $234,000 have been donated.

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