The Sony Xperia Touch projector, which allows you to interact with the Android interface directly on a surface, is getting right in these hours, upgrading to Android 7.1.1 Nougat, along with a series of interesting novelties, which will certainly please all of its owners.
For those who have not seen our video preview from CES 2017 edition, the Sony Xperia Touch uses an ultra-short throw optic to create a 23 “screen.
It can, therefore, be used not only on a wall but on any surface such as a desk or desk.The interaction uses a 13-megapixel camera (capable of 60 frames per second) and infrared to recreate a 10-point multi-touch control system.
Upgrading to Android 7.1.1 Nougat also includes a whole host of new gesture controls that let you get up and touch each time to select something.
By raising your hand, Xperia Touch will understand that you are using one of the available Gestures, and with the use of your fingers and well-defined movements, you can interact with the interface, navigate through the menus, control your video or music.
There are also new settings to better adjust the projection, avoiding, for example, distortion of images in the presence of superficial surfaces, manual focus and improved automatic, optimized presence sensor to awaken from the Xperia Touch standby when approaching a person, supporting ALAC audio format (in addition to FLAC), and finally, you have the option of choosing the left or right orientation for Android applications that are displayed in portrait mode.