The Ã¼berbeamer is a means of making any surface writable. It takes the basic premise of augmented reality â€” the mediation of physical space via an overlay digital information â€” and expands upon it by introducing a new, universal, and direct means of interacting with a space. Instead of using an iPhone as a window to an augmented world, the Ã¼berbeamer flattens the information layer and the surface layer by using a beamer (a.k.a. a projector) to draw content directly onto any surface. By building and storing a three dimensional model of an environment on the fly, the Ã¼berbeamer knows where you are (relative to where youâ€™ve been) and can project its overlay in a spatially consistent way. Since youâ€™re holding the projector, it becomes an intuitive navigation interface â€” just point it where you want to see, or point it where you want to write.