The Puppy Cube has some rather interesting uses that aren’t what you’d expect of a traditional projector. At the Texas Instruments booth this year at CES, we caught a bit of a demo involving an interactive musical keyboard. The TI representative is “no keyboardist,” he disclaims, but we still fixed together a clip of the Puppy Cube’s interactive keyboard in action:
In addition to transforming your table into a musical instrument, the projector can be used to play a number of interactive and educational games with the little ones, such as a game involving the beloved Peppa Pig.
The Puppy Cube isn’t all fun and games, however. Adults can use it for practical application in everyday life, to do some pretty cool things. My personal favorite is its ability to transform your countertop into an interactive cookbook, projecting your recipe or recipe video onto the countertop so that you don’t have to constantly wipe your hands to touch a tablet. I’m an avid cook and I constantly use my phone for viewing recipes while preparing new meals I haven’t memorized yet, so this is one application I would definitely use the Puppy Cube for.
Similarly, the handyman in the family can use the projector when learning how to fix a new problem in the home, such as a busted garbage disposal, hands-free. You could use the Puppy Cube to project any tutorial video you want, with a larger screen surface than your phone or tablet can provide.