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CES 2019: Bosch develops tiny laser to put touchscreens in your wardrobe

Telegraph 10 Jan 2019 03:55

A credit card-sized projector that can turn any surface into a touchscreen could be a feature of wardrobes of the future, giving users advice on what to wear that day.

The tiny smart projector can make anything touch sensitive, scanning the surface to monitor any touches or finger movements.

Developed by German engineering firm Bosch, the smart projector was on display at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas as part of a showcase featuring a futuristic wardrobe.

The projector module was used to create "smart shelves", such as one telling users the weather forecast, a digital calendar and a recommended dress code for the day.

The tiny projector fires out a laser beam image onto the surface,...

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