The Gadget: The EyeClops Mini Projector. It projects SD content up to 60 inches across. Yeah, it’s technically a toy, but historically, EyeClops makes some cool stuff.
At night, the screen may be brighter, but it’s still not something you’d want your kids watching. At a size of about 46 inches, it was impossible to find any sort of critical focus. And the picture below makes the image look a lot more contrasty than it actually was.
The surprise? The EyeClops speaker is loud and very clear. At max volume, you can hear the thing in the next room. So theoretically, the projector could replace a TV without the need for some extra speaker solution. Theoretically.
Products like the EyeClops Bionic Eye and Night Vision Goggles are both highly regarded tech toys for children—and both are quite a bit cheaper than this projector. Go with one of those choices and wait for mini projection technology in general to catch up.