A wallet-sized sensor that works with a projector and computer to turn any hard, dumb surface into an interactive display is being introduced to the U.S. market. Early adopters say they are thrilled. Photo, top, courtesy of fullcon. Photo, bottom, by Luke Abaffy SMART WALL The U-Pointer can turn any computer image or projection into an interactive display. The size of the image is only limited by the projectors capability. “It's a tremendous opportunity,” says Andrew Berger, vice president of Parsons Corp., Pasadena, Calif. Berger acquired one of the devices, called a U-Pointer, in late May. He put it to
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