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Shrinking the projector down to a pocketable size, the Hemera tries not to be intimidating. Instead, it aims at being delightful and user-friendly. A flip-top reveals the projector lens, a detail borrowed from vintage cars that had concealed headlamps that would open upwards (much like an eye blinking). It’s also completely devoid of controls, relying solely on a mobile input.

When a product becomes small/portable by virtue of technological innovation, aesthetically it can go in one of two directions. It can either embrace a powerful aesthetic,

Shrinking the projector down to a pocketable size, the Hemera tries not to be intimidating. Instead, it aims at being delightful and user-friendly. A flip-top reveals the projector lens, a detail borrowed from vintage cars that had concealed headlamps that would open upwards (much like an eye blinking). It’s also completely devoid of controls, relying solely on a mobile input.

When a product becomes small/portable by virtue of technological innovation, aesthetically it can go in one of two directions. It can either embrace a powerful aesthetic,