Hachi launches interactive touchscreen projector

Hachi has rolled out the Hachi Infinite M1 portable smart projector that turns any flat surface into an interactive touchscreen.

First showcased at CES 2020, the device features human-computer and AI integrations for immersive experiences. It incorporates deep learning technology and high-precision sensors to allow image, gesture and skeleton recognition.

The Hachi Infinite M1 can be used to deliver AI-powered education, fitness, and kitchen functions that enable intuitive interactions, and immersive experiences for children and adults.

Powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 670 processor, it comes with built-in Android OS 9.0 and a custom UI that allows users to enjoy third-party apps, games and entertainment with touchscreen functionality. It has has voice control features, dual 5W speakers, an 8M camera, and a bi-directional microphone.

Casting on large screens

With wireless pairing across iOS and Android devices, it can be cast onto a large screen for video calls for home or work use and serve as a portable home cinema projector.

“The projector’s novel interactive AI capabilities, multi-touch technology and spectacular HD picture come together to create an entirely new category within the smart home market,” said Song Tang, Vice President of Technology and Lead of AIoT at Hachi.

The Hachi Infinite M1 is available for US$999 with worldwide shipping on Amazon and www.hachismart.com.