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Lighty – World’s First Robotic Laser Projector

Editor's Rating
4.7/5?

If you want to watch a movie with Lighty, just put your phone or tablet on its special support. Then, the small but powerful HD laser projector will automatically come up, rotate and tilt to the right angle and you won’t have to do a thing. Lighty is aware of its location and remembers the last volume and heading settings for the room. It doesn’t need any manual focus – its laser-powered images will always be as crisp anywhere you head the projector. Anything that’s on the phone’s screen will be put on any of you room’s walls – it can stretch itself even to the most impossible angles, so you’ll be able to watch your movie while lying in bed or enjoying a hot bath. Its high-quality speakers will ensure you experience your movie at its best. Hands wet? Just put your hand in front of the light and it’ll stop displaying or will park itself, so you don’t have to touch anything. Lighty is a new idea, never seen by anyone. It will become a new trend as people will realize that movies are better watched on the ceiling. Then the TV will seem obsolete – even if it’s a 4K one.

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Overview & Specs
Editor's Rating
4.7
Video Play Time
5 hours on battery
Internet Radio Play Time
10 hours on battery
Focus Free
Yes
Connectivity
Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
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