This is an interesting one. It'S a product called hatchy, and this is the infinite m1 it's, a projector on your tabletop, which is also a touch screen, which is also an android tablet, which is also some sort of a fitness device. It'S it's many things in one but we're going to jump into it. I'Ll try to get go over everything. I'Ll try to show you how it operates this table top here is about to turn into a touch screen anyway. Packaging patchy it's like a there's, some sort of a dog theme to it, a pet theme, a friendly theme, as you can see, from the little icon there that's some pretty hefty packaging right there. This is sort of how drones are packaged at times in this kind of dense foam like you could store it. You could actually use this as a way to transport the thing and you could transport it because, unlike a lot of projectors, this thing has a battery built in. So i think you can get like a couple hours of battery life without being connected to the wall. Okay, so this is the unit and you can see right away where your projection is coming from right up here and it actually sits on the table like this and then the projection comes down at an angle onto the table. It should be pretty obvious what the scale of it will be on a table top you're going to need a decent sized table.
They'Ve shown this thing off on a kitchen counter top you could watch food related content, even use it to showcase like a recipe or something like that there's, an education piece where you could use it for learning. You could play games on it, but then i think you can actually lay it down flat. Am i crazy, i think you can lay it down and project onto a wall and do the typical movie thing also, but we're gon na find out as mentioned so there you get a little sense for it yeah. I was right. It can go like this. For the touch screen aspect or the horizontal cinema projection now it is an android based system. It actually has a snapdragon processor in it. I think it's a 600 series snapdragon processor, the maximum output is 1080p at 100 inches when you're doing the horizontal kind of broadcast onto a wall. Here is your power, brick usb type c connector on that power, brick once again, the little friendly hatchy dog i didn't know this, but hatchy is like a famous that's, like a famous name for a pet dog as well, so a little insight for you. There they've also included a type c cable to go to the power adapter there and then a micro usb to usb type, a see that's. The other thing about this. You have some ports on here. I believe, and is that hidden underneath this door here? I'M? Guessing? Yes, so you have, you have hdmi usbc and a headphone jack, and then you have your power port, which is in the type c configuration.
So the hdmi is going to be for an input, so you could put a game console or even a laptop. If you want to use this for work as a portable projector, so you have some inputs as well now it's interesting. If you look at the top side here, you have the projector in the center, but these actually look like cameras on either side and i think that's how the touch input works. It picks up the location of your hand and is capable of distinguishing where your inputs are and that's how you're able to turn a tabletop into a touchscreen there's. Also a remote control in the package fairly robust metal, remote control. Slender, you have your home button. Remember it's kind of like an android tablet, so you're going to be able to navigate an android like interface with this remote. Does this have power let's find out? Is this a giant power button like the world's? This is the world's largest power button right here, and if this is volume up and down, then that's also likely the world's largest volume up and down button you're not going to miss it. I can't say i'm mad at that, though, because you can imagine using a projector in a dark environment and then you're searching for tiny little buttons, but in this case you're searching for i mean it's not too hard to find the button i'm guessing. Oh there we go. Do we have to go to dark mode? Oh no.
It shows up we're, okay on the table here now. I have seen touch screen projectors before, but they're usually not portable, or they have to be mounted in such a fashion like far away where the wall then could become touchscreen. What this one does it? Does it all in one, so the measurements, the ratio is all figured out by the way this stands. Oh, my goodness, gracious look at that by the way it stands upright, so it's the correct distance to create the image. It sounds like it's doing some sort of an autofocus right now. Oh interesting right now you're seeing what looks like an android tablet and you have your nav buttons on the bottom and i presume you see how i can click there. I mean nothing is really opened right now, but hey oh, that was a kitchen application. Look at this look at this we're doing a little doing, some recipes on the kitchen, countertop and it's really responsive, considering it's just on the table top here now they do make a mat for it. If you want to have like a white surface, but you don't need it as you can see, this is a wood table and it looks fine for using now. Do i swipe up from the bottom. I can head home, you have a back button: chrome, spotify, facebook up to down. How do i see all of my apps? Ah there we go so again, android tablet.
I believe this is running android 9, where you can play games on here, you can well! You can do anything you can do on android, obviously so let's boot up a game, real quick. This is alto's adventure now it's important to know just like any projector. The appearance of it is going to depend a lot on ambient light. Now this is bright enough for me to see, even though the environment is lit, but the contrast and the vibrance is going to go up substantially if i had the lights turned off. So the input on this game is uh it's, pretty simple, it's, just a tap! You see, i don't do a flip right. There boom land, a backflip, okay. We got an actual uh level here now: Music, so Music. Oh, i missed that jump deadly. So anyways you get the idea it's! I know it's hard to wrap your head around you're, like he's, touching the table he's touching the desk there's, some pretty cool tech to actually convert my tabletop touches into tablet like touches – and this is obviously quite a bit bigger than any android tablet you would have – And that's the advantage of having the projector so the way they've shown this off is kind of on the coffee table on a desk, as i mentioned earlier, uh in a kitchen where it just might not be feasible to put a display or a tablet of this Scale in that kind of environment, so this thing is small enough that you could butt it up against a wall in the kitchen kind of maybe near the stove or something, and then it comes down on the countertop like that.
No, it looks good it's, just the interface like if you had a controller, if you had one of those and like a bluetooth, android capable controller, this would be pretty cool. Obviously, it'd be cooler on the wall than on the table, but it does it's responsive to the interface, oh behind you Laughter, but yeah, it's cool, obviously for a game like this, you would probably be better off using a controller, as i mentioned, and flipping the projector Onto the wall, but it does work with the touch interface if you ever got really good at it, but from a gaming perspective to touch games like fruit, ninja and things like that are well, they they're easier. In fact, you have an advantage. Oh no they're using on a on a touch screen like this, but i can imagine a little controller here and it's a it's a whole different experience from your smartphone for a game like pub g. So there's. Also, this mat here – and this is like an optimal surface for this thing – it's kind of like a rubbery mat, and it actually gives you a spot where you're supposed to put the projector to fill up the space, and you can see that it goes straight into The autofocus mode to figure out the right focus for the surface there's some sort of an education mode, and this is a cognitive alphabet, spelling exercise uh. I don't know what's about to happen here.
What do i do? Oh i get it. Okay, i'm gon na try to make the corn soup with the right letters, Music Applause. What if i put let's, try to put the wrong letter and see what happens um right Music? I did it now. Please take away the letters from the screen. We will go to the next step. Look, you might be laughing at the game, obviously, but it's pretty cool tech. It not only knows my touch input, but it recognizes the shape, and this is just one application, but it shows you the sophistication of the lens and its ability to determine things other than just a finger for touch. I think it can even sense more sophisticated stuff like fruits and veg am. I is this fruits and vegetables kirk? Are you tomato come on? You can do it, oh tomato, so the way they imagine you using this is you have now scanned the tomato, oh okay. So you remove the tomato now and then it tells me what to make with the tomato. You see how that goes. So i go make the lasagna or i see the fiber and the protein. What happens if i i do some lasagna now interesting cooking steps: i'm. Making lasagna now, if you go to the main page here, you can do look at it as a perfect snake, with the tunes how to cook a perfect beef steak, the secret to cook the perfect steak is to preheat the pan, so they've obviously focused a little Bit on the food aspect of it, i think uh that's that's, i mean that's a focus here in the kitchen it's one of those circumstances where you have this technology and you've created this product and you're.
Trying to imagine where are the: where do you perceive the various applications being we've seen project projectors? That can put your media on the wall, but once you add touch, then, where do you envision the thing being, and i guess part of it for them is where are you lacking a touch screen interface, the kitchen one is interesting because your gadgets can get messy Right, if you had a tablet on the countertop, you could get food things on it. Maybe, and then here you turn this off. This is right up against what you wipe the you just wipe the thing you wipe your screen down. Kirk you just do a quick wipe. You see how that goes. So i don't, maybe that's the angle. They also put in a fitness app, which gives you a variety of different exercises and it's, not just a video. It will play the video on the projection of each exercise, but then it will also map your body. So when you do the exercise, it will tell you how effectively you did it based on the location of your hands in space, your legs and then how well that matches up to the corresponding exercise. It will tell you like good, excellent and there's, just a bunch of them built in i don't know it could be like a push up, could be a plank there's, a variety of different exercises that they have in their app, but this is mainly to showcase the Capacity, the capability of the tech that's baked into it.
These are just some of their pre built applications, but there could be more and if, if a developer wanted to take advantage of the sensors inside of this thing, they could be able to merge the projection and the camera for alternative inputs. From strictly touch, i mean there's a web browser on here. This pretty much anything you could do on android is on here and if you want to just watch youtube, you can do that and the speakers, the speakers are iphone. 12 we've got some pricing leaks in the leak, as you can tell it's, uh very gracefully, and your touch interface works. As expected. We have pricing for the iphone. I would actually say the the speaker is a surprising attribute, because i mean it is a fairly big chassis there, so you may expect it, but sometimes on products like this, they could skimp on the speaker, uh. The speakers actually have decent to well. You can hear it have their device appear as being something different Music, so Music yeah, all right, so listen! This is one of those things where it's a new concept, the actual application for use, sometimes you're, not exactly immediately aware of it. You'Re like okay, so i have a touch screen on a projector now. What am i going to do with that, and then you kind of discover things like this as you as you explore through the various apps and things that are available, where certain things translate really well other things that are more designed for a smartphone display or a Tablet, maybe less so like say: pubg, for example, where you probably want to have an external controller to take advantage of the bigger display and then sit back a little bit.
Then there's applications like this one, where it's a touch keyboard and now you have almost like a full size, keyboard and the extent of what's available on android in the form of music production, apps and then things kind of get interesting.