At its standard height of 35 in, the device's projection size is 23" x 37". If you mount Lampix higher or lower, the size and luminosity vary accordingly. Upon startup, Lampix calibrates and learns about its distance and orientation relative to the projection surface, so things work as expected.
110VAC up to 240VAC can be used. This covers all countries’ standard power line voltage levels. Using an internal adapter, the Lampix device converts this electricity into 19V, supplying 150W of power.
No worries! Upon successful project funding, we will be sending a message to all of our backers asking for their best shipping address before we send out any of the rewards. You’ll have a chance to email us your ideal shipping destination then.
Lampix Developer Edition comes with 4 apps installed. These apps are open source and can be used as starting points for creating your own apps. Also, there is a growing set of API documentation. Additional API documentation will be added as we create new features.
Yes, you are able to collaborate with other people who have a Lampix. As Lampix is a WiFi enabled device, you can create apps that communicate with other Lampix devices on local or remote networks. Standard Lampix API functions include video-streaming and synchronization with other Lampix devices.
Yes, it includes source code as well.
Yes. The Simulator (beta) will be made available in July.
The IP would belong to the app developer.
No, we are not planning fees for API access. At some point, we will have an option for cloud computing access which will require a paid monthly subscription.
Yes, you can create apps and earn money by selling them to other Lampix users. In the future, we will have an app store where you can purchase apps using a credit card or PIX tokens.