The light touch is a pico-projector with touch screen technology. It can be used on a table or against a wall. The challenge of the design was to figure out the layout of the complex internal components and provide a clean and simple housing for the moving parts. The housings also had to hide some of the more technical bits such as the projector lens, venting, and sensors. This project was featured at CES and received a Best of CES award in 2010.
I built the housings in SolidWorks, complete with part breaks and draft for a clean handoff to the engineers.
This project was completed as Design Director of Y Studios for Sparkfactor Design and Light Blue Optics.