Butterfly PIQS TT
Apart from going to the cinema, we remember when projecting a movie was barely witnessed outside village halls or the more exotic sort of (spoiled) children’s birthday parties.
But these days, you can carry the wherewithal around in your pocket and control it with your phone.
The Butterfly PIQS TT is an HD-capable DLP magic lantern device that will link wirelessly to Android and Apple devices to download or stream films or TV programmes for playback, wherever you are.
Weighing just 570g, it’s supremely portable, and a novel augmented reality function can scan your hand to project all kinds of designs onto your skin. It will set you back a smidgen under £550.
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