I purchased the Touchjet Pond pico projector on the Projectors Land site which showed every model according to my budget and suggested this as the best choice and I went for it. I have always wanted a pico projector (which fits in the palm of your hand) and this one looked interesting. The projector is truly jaw-dropping and amazing.
- Runs the Android operating system
- Does NOT need a computer or any other device
- Uses a stylus to turn any surface into a touchscreen
- Fits in the palm of my hand
- Has a battery, do not need cords
- Up to an 80 inch projection
When you are not tied to a particular wall of your classroom or even to your classroom, how can a tiny projector make new things possible?
Kepler charter school is in a high poverty neighborhood in downtown Fresno California. 7th grade teacher Jessica Mast-Fost is innovating her instruction and classroom activities with the Touchjet Pond projector. She is blogging her experience with the projector: