Celebrating Touchjet Pond’s One Year Birthday

This week, we’re celebrating an important date: The first birthday of our Touchjet Pond Projector. From the successful Indiegogo campaign to attending major events such as the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the Touchjet team is excited to share some of our favorite Touchjet Pond Projector highlights from this past year:

gizmag-logo-xlrg“The Pond has a lot to recommend it. Being able to turn practically any light colored flat surface… into a lag-free touch-enabled computer display is very nifty indeed.” Read more.

EdisonAwds16_GOLD“The award recognizes Touchjet for the design of its Touchjet Pond Projector… Being recognized with an Edison Award has become one of the highest accolades a company can receive in the name of innovation and business.” Read more.

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“To be clear, the Pond is more than just a projector. More accurately, it’s a complete Android computer with an 80-lumen “pico projector” built in.” Read more.

TechCrunch_Logo“… It isn’t just for touch capability, you’re also buying an Android PC that upgrades your TV to allow a host of apps that you can control from your smartphone, as well.” Read more.

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CNET-Logo“This is a new technology which comprises a little white projector that’s actually a tiny interactive Android PC. It claims to be the first to turn any surface into an 80-inch screen.” Read more.

bustedwallet“This feels like the future. The Touchjet Pond is innovative, sleek, and efficient… Everything about this product just wreaks of serious engineering.” Read more.

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howto“The Touchjet Pond, which was born of a successful campaign on funding platform Indiegogo (it raised $1m from more than 3,000 investors) is, in effect, a way of turning any white wall, ceiling or tabletop into a giant communal Android tablet.” Read more.
wellconnectedmom“Interactive projection? It’s one of those things you have to see to believe.  After a successful Indiegogo launch, Touchjet has come out with their new projector that not only projects what’s on its enclosed Android operating system, but you can actually interact with the projection enabling clicking and typing!” Read more.

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futurismlogotaglinefooter“Touchjet’s Pond uses infrared technology to recognize movement and transform any surface in your home or office into an interactive touchscreen.” Read more.

CaptureCUE, a nonprofit professional development organization for education technology, chose Touchjet… to help bring interactive technology to classrooms around the U.S.” Read more.

What’s your favorite Touchjet moment from this year? Share it in a comment below.

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