The PANO Beam Floodlight is another ideal portable floodlight for home or camping
Projector technology continues to improve and we believe there will be no end. Even though display technology is advancing, people will still want projectors, whether for home or business use.
Some households are even turning to buying home projectors. Instead of having more giant TVs, they prefer projectors to get that cozy home theater feel. We have already seen and tried several projectors. Most of them are just concepts, but there are a few that we really want to bring to life, like PANO.
Designer: BK Hwang
The PANO Beam Projector is a portable version ideal for home and outdoor adventures. For example, if you love camping and are looking for evening entertainment, you can quickly bring your Pano projector and be ready to play your favorite movie or TV show. This portable beam projector doesn’t look complicated to use. The design is a simple rectangular prism inspired by an SUV. To one side is the protruding lens and what appears to be a fabric speaker grille. On the top surface is a button and what we assume is a zoom ring.
On the back are other buttons and ports like power button, Bluetooth connectivity button, DC IN, AUX, USB 2.0 and an HDMI port. There is a vent for the heat to come out. We’re guessing this thing is lightweight compared to older projector models.
The name Pano comes from the word “panorama”. Designer BK Hwang wanted the spotlight to be used in storytelling, allowing you and me to take an emotional trip down memory lane. You can use the projector to watch movies and view your videos or photos.
This PANO beam projector joins our list of exciting concept projects. We remember this bubble video projector that displays images in a unique way. Then there’s the Togic One home projector designed for Gen Z TikTokers. The swiveling projector combines functionality and elegance.
We also can’t forget that Smart Minion projector that looks like a yellow minion. Of course, this Projectable still makes us wish it would come true. But if you really need to buy a home projector, you can consider Samsung’s Freestyle. It’s the tech giant’s first entry into the smart projector game as an easy-to-use projector that you can use on its own or with a phone. It is remarkable because it can replace your lamp, speaker and TV, all at the same time.