The way we use our devices is shifting from a grid of app icons into a series of onscreen alerts, glances on our wrist, and lock screen cards that let us take action without ever swiping to open. Projector is built for this world, where the most relevant and actionable notifications find us at the perfect moment, helping us navigate a constant stream of things vying for our attention.
Company Growth (employees)
San Francisco, US
Size (employees)
3 (est)
Projector was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US

Projector Office Locations

Projector has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, US (HQ)
2567 Mission St

Projector Data and Metrics

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Founding Date


Total Funding

$4.5 m

Latest funding size

$4.5 m

Time since last funding

over 1 year


Projector's latest funding round in April 2016 was reported to be $4.5 m. In total, Projector has raised $4.5 m

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Projector News and Updates

Let There Be Light: 2 Killer Projectors for Your Home Theater

The latest TVs are gorgeously slim. But a richly colored layer of photons is downright ethereal. The post Let There Be Light: 2 Killer Projectors for Your Home Theater appeared first on WIRED.

Cinemood secures $2.5M for its mini-projector with kid-friendly content built in

 While creating content for kids on tablets has been largely the preserve of smash games like Clash of Clans, there is more than one way to skin a cat, and another way may be to wrap it in hardware. That’s the thinking behind the Cinemood, an appealing, portable mini-cinema projector which comes bun…

Russian startup Multikubik raises $2.5 million for its mini-projectors

Russian startup Multikubik has received an investment of $2.5 million from the Foundation for Development of Internet initiatives (FRII). The post Russian startup Multikubik raises $2.5 million for its mini-projectors appeared first on

This sweet projector extends games off the screen and onto your walls

A few years ago Microsoft showed off a concept at CES called IllumiRoom that used Kinect to extend gaming beyond the TV screen and onto your walls. It could have been a game-changer if Microsoft had released it. Razer's Project Ariana is the spiritual successor to IllumiRoom and works virtually …

Sony built a giant 4K projector for reading magazines

LAS VEGAS — Like many tech giants, Sony is interested in the smart home, but it has a different take on the technologyLife Space UX is the company's ongoing effort to re-imagine living spaces with creative, occasionally flashy tech. Sometimes the results are brilliant (like the LED lamps with bu…

This projector turns your desktop into a giant responsive display

LAS VEGAS — Sony's Future Lab Program has a concept prototype that can turn your otherwise lame desk — or pretty much any flat surface — into a huge, interactive display.  At Wednesday's Sony press event ahead of International CES, the Future Lab Program shared Concept Prototype T, a projector w…
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