Hal 2010 – The Projector for Your Home

Studio Montag, Munich, Germany www.studiomontag.de

About Hal 2010

Hal 2010 is an easy-to-use projector designed for the flexible use at home. The radical conceptual and formal revision simplifies the product and extends the application possibilities of projectors.

Independent and flexible – Hal 2010 provides maximum freedom. All technical components are integrated and allow instant use. A high-end 360° speaker system and a rechargeable battery are integrated in the base. The projector itself is placed on top of a stem with just the right height for projection on a wall or table, making it a slim, stand-alone projector that can be used everywhere. Hal 2010’s integrated Wi-Fi enables video streaming or wireless presentation directly from any smart device.

Usable – Hal 2010 is designed for easy handling and optimal user experience. The user can place it wherever he or she wants, adjust the angle of the head to the projection surface, and start streaming to enjoy movies and photos or play some challenging games. Latest technologies, such as automated calibration to adjust projection angle and sharpness, reduce the user interface to a single On/Off button. Everything else is done via an app on a smart device.

Interior aesthetics – Hal 2010 is designed for home use. Its look and feel is that of an interior design object rather than that of a technological device. Hal 2010 demonstrates how latest technology can blend aesthetically into a domestic environment and provide users new ways of media interaction.

Designer


Ronny Staps

Since 2011 Industrial Designer at Held+Team Design, Hamburg, Germany
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2005 - 2011 Studying Product-Design at Bauhaus University Weimar, Germany
2008 - 2009 Studying abroad, Design and Art at Libera Università di Bolzano, Italy
2010 Industrial Design Trainee at Springtime Industrial Design, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Since 2011 Industrial Designer at Held+Team Design, Hamburg, Germany

Stephan Bohn

Since 2012 Part of Studio Montag, München/Gera, Germany
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2005 - 2011 Studying Product-Design at Bauhaus University Weimar, Germany
Since 2012 Part of Studio Montag, München/Gera, Germany

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