QP Optoelectronics will be launching its CloudView pico projector at the CES 2013. Touted as the world's first ultra throw pico projector, it incorporates a patent pending short throw light engine projection technology, giving it the ability to project an image five to 10 times larger than other pico projectors. QP Optoelectronics has also partnered with Texas Instruments, DLP Products.
In addition to CloudView, QP Optoelectronics will be showcasing other applications of its novel short throw projection technology including LightPad, which was released at last year's CES show. LightPad connects to smartphones so they can be used like a notebook PC. This year, LightPad comes with an improved keyboard as well as a screen with a brightness that will rival other tablets.
Also set to be on display will be a novel user model for smartphones, a "Portable Workstation" which you can carry in your pocket. It is made up of a smartphone connected to a CloudView, and a virtual projected keyboard which provides a 20-inch display screen along with a full-sized keyboard on the desktop.
Also set to be demonstrated is the combination of CloudView with a novel 3D screen technology from a Japanese partner. All applications on display are enabled by the short throw projection technology of QP Optoelectronics.
QP Optoelectronics will be located at the CES 2013 exhibition in Las Vegas, booth #35786, South Hall from the 8th to 11th of January 2013.