Nintendo Switch

Crowdfunding For Switch Projector ‘OJO’ To Start Later This Month

We’ve previously reported that a dedicated projector for the Nintendo Switch is in the works and now the company behind it have revealed that crowdfunding for the first wave of devices starts on October 24. YesOJO aims to gather funds via Indiegogo and they have also released some more specs for their Switch projector:

  • Display Technology: Texas Instruments DLP 0.2” DMD LED projection
  • Luminance: 200 Lumens
  • Resolution: 854*480 Pixels
  • Contrast Ratio: >1000:1
  • Projection Ratio: 16:9 Projection
  • Screen Size: 30”-120”
  • Interface: HDMI input, 2 USB 3.0, USB Type-C for input and charging Nintendo Switch,
  • Output, 3.5” Line out.
  • Speaker output: 5W
  • Battery: Panasonic High Capacity Lithium Battery – 3.7V 20400mAh
  • Expected play time: 4 hours per charge
  • Charging Current: 15V 2.6 A
  • PowerBank: 5v/2A output
  • Size: Dimensions(mm) 172*80*70
  • Cooling fan for DMD projector: 11000 RPM turbo fan (Nintendo Switch fan: 7600 RPM)

Is the OJO something you’d think about purchasing? Let us know in the comment section below.

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7 comments

  1. *200 lumens
    So the room would need to be in complete darkness with no other lightsource nearby to even see the picture.

    *854×480 resolution
    They are going with a 480p resolution (even the Switch Screen is atleast 720p) with a projection size of 30″ to 120″.

    …is this projector going to be $30? (Even that price seems too high)

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    1. I dunno, in the linked article above it looks pretty cool in action. It’s a way better way to play multiplayer in tabletop mode while on the go. No cords, no tv required. I’m kinda liking it, but I’d have to see it for real to really understand it, I guess.

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