The Touchjet Pond, a tiny projector that turns a wall into a touchscreen, has received positive reviews following its release last month.
The Pond, which was funded by Indiegogo backers last year, has an 80 lumen LED lamp and a built-in infrared sensor that allows it to track the bundled infrared styluses.
Described as a "huge tablet on the wall" in a review by David Phelan for the Telegraph, the Pond allows users to interact with the projected image in a number of ways.
As well as using the projector to watch films, it can be used for Android apps, such as presentation software or games. With over one million Android apps to choose from, the Pond is just as useful in the classroom as it is in the boardroom.
The portability of the Pond, which is so small it can fit into the palm of a hand, has also been praised. It measures just 4.5″x 3.9″x 1.1″, weighs just 9.4oz. and its internal battery lasts up to 2 hours.
The president of Touchjet Tom Li Jiang and CTO Liu Zhen designed the Pond in an attempt to change how consumers interact with their devices and each other, opening the door for shared experiences.