Nokia Pulse Pocket Projector Concept, Controlled via Nokia Cellphone

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The Nokia Pulse Projector concept is a project aimed at enriching the multimedia features of a Nokia phone, by turning the handset into the remote of a pocket projector. Designed by Miika Mahonen, this gadget combines a LED projector with a NXT speaker with support for Dolby surround into a multimedia device.

It’ll also come with Pulse software and Bluetooth connectivity.


Nokia Pulse uses DLP technology and supports a native resolution of 1280×768 pixels and a 1500:1 contrast ratio, for very crisp images. Picture size ranges from 15 inches (diagonal) to 60 inches (at 7.87 feet) and the projector uses LED light technology with 1000 lumens of brightness and 16.7 million colors.

This project is very likely to be made into a real product and I’m sure that in a year’s time at most, we’ll see it announced officially.






[via Yanko Design]

  • stella

    The design reminds me of the “Comlock” from the old BBC show “Space:1999″.

    Perhaps in version 2.0 the designer can add the Virtual laser keyboard, so webbrowsing could be easier to navigate then typing in on the cellphone keypad.

  • price comparison

    Online version of sun newspaper, here in the UK is reporting that Nokia has announced a new projector phone. This phone will be based on the Nokia new Multimedia centered N97.

    If the news is to be believed, this would mean a giant leap forward for Nokia and with out a doubt Nokia claim the first place and dominate the mobile computer arena for many years to come.