We got a chance to check out the picoprojector that Texas Instruments is working on, both in a cellphone and as a standalone device. The picture that it puts up isn't amazing, but you wouldn't be watching HD movies using this thing anyways. It could be useful for business travelers who want to do easy presentations as well as regular consumers who want to share short videos and pictures with their friends. There are no concrete plans to actually put this tech into, you know, devices you can buy, but hey, they're working on it so you've gotta assume they plan to get paid for it at some point.

Video: Texas Instruments' Wee Picoprojector for Projecting on the Go

Video: Texas Instruments' Wee Picoprojector for Projecting on the Go

Video: Texas Instruments' Wee Picoprojector for Projecting on the Go

Video: Texas Instruments' Wee Picoprojector for Projecting on the Go

Video: Texas Instruments' Wee Picoprojector for Projecting on the Go

Video: Texas Instruments' Wee Picoprojector for Projecting on the Go

Video: Texas Instruments' Wee Picoprojector for Projecting on the Go

Video: Texas Instruments' Wee Picoprojector for Projecting on the Go

Video: Texas Instruments' Wee Picoprojector for Projecting on the Go

Video: Texas Instruments' Wee Picoprojector for Projecting on the Go

Video: Texas Instruments' Wee Picoprojector for Projecting on the Go

Video: Texas Instruments' Wee Picoprojector for Projecting on the Go

Video: Texas Instruments' Wee Picoprojector for Projecting on the Go

Video: Texas Instruments' Wee Picoprojector for Projecting on the Go

Video: Texas Instruments' Wee Picoprojector for Projecting on the Go