WowWee Consumer Products has unveiled its Cinemin Slice pico projection system at this week's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
The pico projection system is designed to project media content stored in an iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch on a wall, or to other devices that have a video-out mode. The company said that the media docking system also supported Android devices, PCs and Macs.
The device will allow users to project image, videos, movies, games and even apps. The company has said that the device works best in a dimly lit room with the content projected on a screen or a pure white wall.
WowWee claims that the projection system gives out excellent image clarity and can project images up to 60-inches.
"Cinemin Slice is a portable pico projector that lovingly cradles and connects to your favourite multimedia devices, splashing your movies, videos, photos, games, and slides on to walls and ceilings, and caressing these enlarged images with rich stereo sound," the company said on their website.
The Cinemin Slice will be available during the first quarter of 2011 with a price tag of $429.