While you place a standard projector at an angle offset from the middle of your display screen, your image can get a little bit stretched. Some projectors compensate for this with keystone correction. Some projectors make you do it manually, whereas the Xgimi projectors have options like auto-keystone correction, impediment avoidance, and focusing of as much as 40 levels off-axis. Put merely, you possibly can plop this projector anyplace and purpose it at one thing flat and the sensors aboard will work out how one can appropriate the alignment, and even keep away from objects on the wall (reminiscent of a hook with headphones on it).
In equity, I’ve to say that this does not work 100% of the time and typically, you may want to regulate your purpose barely to get the keystone operate to work accurately. However when it does, it is virtually magical how simple it’s to set it up. I aimed the projector at a naked wall with lights on both aspect and work above the goal space, and the projector robotically shrunk the image down to slot in the area I needed. Equally, I aimed the projector at a wall with the aforementioned hooks holding headphones and the projector was capable of place the image above these hooks for an unimpeded view.
What’s extra, if you happen to transfer the projector, it can detect that motion and robotically regulate the keystone alignment once more. That is arguably my favourite a part of the projector and one which I’ll frequently brag about at events. What I like most about it’s that it really works by itself, usually with no consumer intervention wanted. I would prefer it to work each time, however I will take a stable 90%.