Smartphones with inbuilt projector circuit

In summary, the conversation discusses the feasibility of designing and constructing state-of-the-art smartphones with inbuilt mini projector device functionality. The experts state that it is not currently feasible due to the limited functionality of the inbuilt torch feature and the high power and heat requirements for projecting images. They also suggest that increasing the battery capacity may not be a viable solution. Further research is recommended before posting questions on the topic.
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Is it feasible to design and construct State of the art Smartphones with inbuilt mini projector device functionality ?

As we know there is a inbuilt torch feature in the Smartphones but has limited functionality.

If not, Why?

Thanks & Regards,
Prashant S Akerkar
 
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prashantakerkar said:
Is it feasible to design and construct State of the art Smartphones with inbuilt mini projector device functionality ?
The short answer is no.
prashantakerkar said:
If not, Why?
There's an obvious reason -- can you say what that is?

And beyond the simple answer, there are much better ways to do projection of the information from a smartphone. I can think of two right away -- can you guess what those probably are? (the first is obvious, the second is more subtle) :smile:
 
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The amount of power to produce enough light to project an image is beyond the batter capacity of a device the size of a cell phone.

You would also have to deal with the heat.
 
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Thanks.

Can't we increase the Battery capacity required for the projector circuit?

Will the Battery requirements be huge fir the Smartphone to work as a projector device?

Thanks & Regards,
Prashant S Akerkar
 
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prashantakerkar said:
Thanks.

Can't we increase the Battery capacity required for the projector circuit?

Will the Battery requirements be huge fir the Smartphone to work as a projector device?
Please use google and put some effort into figuring these things out yourself before posting them here. Thread locked.
 
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Related to Smartphones with inbuilt projector circuit

1. What is a smartphone with inbuilt projector circuit?

A smartphone with inbuilt projector circuit refers to a type of smartphone that has a built-in projector that allows it to project images, videos, or presentations onto a flat surface. This feature enables users to share content from their smartphone with a larger group without the need for an external projector.

2. How does a smartphone with inbuilt projector circuit work?

A smartphone with inbuilt projector circuit works by using a mini projector built within the device. The projector uses light-emitting diodes (LEDs) and mirrors to project images or videos from the screen onto a flat surface. The image is then magnified and displayed on the surface, similar to how a traditional projector works.

3. What are the advantages of a smartphone with inbuilt projector circuit?

One of the main advantages of a smartphone with inbuilt projector circuit is its portability. It eliminates the need to carry a separate projector, making it convenient for business presentations or movie nights with friends. It also allows for easy sharing of content, as it can project directly from the smartphone without the need for cables or adapters.

4. Are there any limitations to a smartphone with inbuilt projector circuit?

One limitation of a smartphone with inbuilt projector circuit is its brightness and resolution. The projector may not be as bright or clear as a traditional projector, making it suitable for dimly lit environments or small group settings. The battery life of the smartphone may also be affected when using the projector feature.

5. Can a smartphone with inbuilt projector circuit be used for professional presentations?

While a smartphone with inbuilt projector circuit can be used for professional presentations, it may not be suitable for large or formal settings. The brightness and resolution may not be sufficient, and the battery life may be a concern for longer presentations. It is best used for informal or impromptu presentations or for sharing content with small groups.

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