Portable Mini Projector for Smart Phones

Author(s):
Mohammed Azharudheen, Adi Shankara Institue Of Engineering And Technology, Kalady; Nevil Xavier ,Adi Shankara Institute of Engineering & Technology; Sanju Kannan ,Adi Shankara Institute of engineering and Technology; Alan Mathew George ,Adi shankara institute of engineering and technology,
Keywords
Fresnel Lens, Focusing Lens, LCD Screen, LED, Mini Projector, Portable
Abstract
The educational system in our society has more advancements. The black board class rooms are changed to smart class rooms. The proposed method is a portable mini projector which can be connected to any smartphones. This proposed system increases the portability of the smart class rooms. This is carried out by using Raspberry pi, where portability is the main aim which is achieved by providing more power battery backup and can be implemented as a future technology. The portability allows the user to carry the device anywhere and can use any time. The cost of the system is also affordable for all.
Reference
[1]	"Kopin Team up with Explay to Develop Nano-Projector Engine". Brennesholtz 2008, p.84. 2017-03-04.
[2]	Scanned Laser Pico-Projectors: Seeing the Big Picture (with a Small Device). Freeman, Champion, Madhaven 
[3]	"Projector Phone: A Study of Using Mobile Phones with Integrated Projector for Interaction with Maps" Proceedings of the Conference on Human–Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services. A. Hang, E. Rukzio, and A. Greaves. (MobileHCI), 2008.
Other Details
Paper ID: GRDCF004016
Published in: Conference : National Conference on Emerging Research Trend in Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Page(s): 78 - 81
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