SideBySide Projection System Enables Projected Interaction Between Mobile Devices

The system, suitable for games, education and a variety of other applications, is self-contained in special handheld devices. No external cameras or other sensors are required, which enables people to use the projectors to interact with each other anywhere and at anytime. SideBySide also can be used to exchange contact information, or even share data files. The technology can spur a more participatory and intimate style of interaction than is possible with computers or overhead projectors.

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SideBySide Projection System Enables Projected Interaction Between Mobile Devices

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