Home > Wearables > Augmented Reality > CES 2019: New Bosch Projector Turns Shelves Into Touchscreens

CES 2019: New Bosch Projector Turns Shelves Into Touchscreens

German appliance manufacturer, Bosch, has unveiled one of CES 2019’s most innovative devices – an interactive “projection module” which transforms any surface (e.g. shelves) into a virtual touchscreen e.g. aiding outfit selection, laundry planning and online shopping.

Smaller than a credit card (47 mm x 43 mm), Bosch claims manufacturers can integrate the module into virtually any new or existing smart home appliance, in a significantly simpler manner.

The ready-to-use device combines projection and interactivity in one small package, and will launch in the second quarter of 2020.

Bosch plans to release both a touch screen and projection module (BML100PI) and just a projection only version (BML100P).

CEO of Bosch Sensortec, Dr. Stefan Finkbeiner, asserts the product welcome the new era of smart home solutions, transforming any “regular shelf” into a personal assistant:

“With this Interactive Projection Module any regular shelf can easily be transformed into a personal assistant for the user, greatly enhancing the level of convenience in people’s daily lives.”

Given the product’s innovation and complexity, it’s best to watch in action (below):

Outfit Recommendation

Online Shopping

Laundry Assistance

 



You may also like
BenQ Unveils New Portable Laser Projector
Chinese Appliance & TV Brands Brands Tipped To Take Advantage Of Red Sea Crisis
Xgimi Horizon Max long throw projector
Xgimi Unveils Box-Shaped Imax Enhanced Projector
Samsung AI Motion Enhancer
Is Samsung, LG’s AI Offerings At CES Truly New Age or Hype?
Federal Labor Appear To Be Happy With Appliance Price Rises. After Red Sea Terroist Attacks On Shipping