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1 iSuppli Corporation 22 nd Annual Flat Information Displays Conference Pocket Projectors All-in-one Solution for Mobility, Augmentation, Communication Ramesh Raskar Senior Research Scientist Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge, MA

2 iSuppli Corporation 22 nd Annual Flat Information Displays Conference Ramesh Raskar Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs (MERL) Cambridge, MA, USA Pocket Projectors All-in-one Solution for Mobility, Augmentation, Communication

3 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 3 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Ultimate Personal Display ? Mitsubishi Electric Pocket Projector DLP based with R, G, B LEDs Instant on, Battery-pack Available Now

4 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 4 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 DLP ® 0.55” Chip LED life >10,000 hours SVGA 800 x 600 ~ 250 LUX in brightness Inputs VGA, RCA & S Video Battery ~ 2.5 hours Actual Size: 4.85”W x 1.85”H x 3.82”H Weight ~ 1 pound (450g)

5 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 5 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05

6 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 6 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Small Projector… Estimated Possible Partner Device for Attachment Projected 2005 Sales Projected 2006 Sales Portable DVD Players 1,545,0001,845,000 Digital Camera 20,161,00021,893,000 Gaming Systems 60,000,00064,200,000 Others (ie. RV’s, PDA’s, etc.) (Very rough estimate only) 50,000,00055,000,000 Rough Base Totals 131,706,000142,938,000 Estimates and Projections Quoted from Various Sources Big Projections…

7 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 7 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Possible Partner Device for Attachment Projected 2005 Sales Projected 2006 Sales Rough Base Totals 131,706,000142,938,000 Conservative Early Adopter Estimate 0.034%0.084% Possible Sales in Units 44,780120,067 Average Consumer Electronic Adoption Rate  0.34% during the first year of product introduction  0.84% during the second year  1.54% during the third year

8 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 8 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Problems Brightness: LEDs and Optics Price: $699+ Applications: ?

9 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 9 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Brightness and Power More LEDs for illumination  Heat: Better thermal designs  Cost: LEDs are expensive !  Size: Complex optics for multi-LEDs White boost  Equivalent to transparent part of color wheel  All 3 R,G,B LEDs on at the same time Blacks  LED Dimming Limits  Difficult to match lamp based, AC powered projectors  Need to think about other applications

10 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 10 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Applications Understanding Projector Pro’s and Con’s 1. Large image with small device 2. Image overlay on real object – Ideal for augmentation 3. Superposition of images – Higher resolution, brightness Issues  Ambient bright light  Screens: Affected by display surface reflectance

11 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 11 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 New Opportunities Aware Projectors  Decoupled display size

12 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 12 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 New Opportunities Aware Projectors  Decoupled display size Image Overlay on Real Objects  Decoupled device  Non-planar surfaces

13 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 13 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 New Opportunities Aware Projectors  Decoupled display size Image Overlay on Real Objects  Decoupled device  Non-planar surfaces Machine Projection  Projector for non-display apps

14 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 14 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 New Opportunities Aware Projectors  Decoupled display size Image Overlay on Real Objects  Decoupled device  Non-planar surfaces Machine Projection  Projector for non-display apps

15 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 15 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Small group presentations Pocket monitor PDA, Digital Camera, Mobile phones, Video iPods Gaming displays Portable home theater Camping entertainment In-Car entertainment Compact Tiled Displays (VideoWall) Decoupled Image Size

16 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 16 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Pocket Projector Developments iLamps 2002RFIG Lamps Pocket Projector

17 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 17 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Stabilized Desktop-like Interaction Sensor support What components are needed ?

18 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 18 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05

19 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 19 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Desktop-like Interaction Mouse Simulation Cursor follows handheld projector motion Pre-warped image remains stable

20 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 20 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Image Quasi-Stabilization Eliminate hand jitter using inertial sensors+camera

21 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 21 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Absolute Stabilization Image stays registered with world features

22 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 22 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 New Opportunities Aware Projectors  Decoupled display size Image Overlay on Real Objects  Decoupled device  Non-planar surfaces Machine Projection  Projector for non-display apps

23 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 23 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Changing Texture and Virtual Lighting Raskar, Welch, Low, Bandyopadhyay, “Shader Lamps” (2000)

24 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 24 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05

25 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 25 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Image Overlay on Objects Raskar, vanBaar, Beardsley et al, Siggraph 2003

26 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 26 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 New Opportunities Aware Projectors  Decoupled display size Image Overlay on Real Objects  Decoupled device  Non-planar surfaces Machine Projection  Projector for non-display apps

27 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 27 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Machine ‘Projection’ Images consumed not by humans but by other machines Project images to assist machine computation Unique compared to other display technologies Optical Communication Optical Etching Visual coding Robot Guidance Machines consume images Machines Produce images

28 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 28 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Maskless Lithography DLP Micro-mirror array Fast parallel operation on optical resists Optical Resists

29 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 29 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Parallel Switching and Routing at ~100KHz Fixed diffraction grating + Optical switches Optical Networking Gear

30 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 30 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Pocket Projector = Glorified Remote Control + Glorified Laser Pointer Optical Communication

31 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 31 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Find tag location using Pocket Projector Photosensing Wireless Tags Many geometric ops R F I R F I D Interactive stabilized projection (Radio Frequency Id & Geometry) G Siggraph 2004

32 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 32 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Conventional Passive RFID

33 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 33 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Using Projector to Interact with Tagged Books in a Library With RFID, get list of books in RF range With Precise Location Data Find which books are out of sorted order !

34 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 34 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Prototype Tag RF tag + photosensor

35 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 35 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Support for handheld projection + RF Reader

36 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 36 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 RFIG: Finding Tag Location and Image Overlay Siggraph 2004

37 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 37 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Directions for PocketProjector ‘Personal’ display Shrinking portable devices that carry more data Opportunity to switch between personal and public Modular  Low cost mass market product  Will become building block Platforms: TV, Stereoscopic, Advertising, VideoWalls etc Process: Tiling, Jittering, Superposition, Steering

38 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 38 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Pocket Projector Mobility  Limited Brightness but new Applications All-in-one  Display large with small device size  Augment image overlay on real objects  Communicate with tagged world (RFID, Sensors)  Collaborate using shared projection

39 iSuppli Corporation 22 nd Annual Flat Information Displays Conference Mitsubishi PocketProjector ™ LED-Based DLP ® Projector

40 FID 2005 – An iSuppli Event Slide 40 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, Cambridge MA Pocket Projectors Raskar, Nov 05 END


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