The only way to make Nikon's app uglier is to view it pixel-doubled in an iPad screen
Nikon has released a handy little app, although its audience will likely be pretty limited — you need to own an iOS device and also the projector-equipped Nikon COOLPIX S1200pj camera. And even then you may want to hold off this free app, thanks to its horrible design.
iP-PJ Transfer — which sounds like something copyright lawyers might do at a sleepover — lets you use the camera’s projector to show content stored on your iPhone. Use it to project slideshows and documents, and also browse to any site using the built-in web browser.
The camera is connected to the iPhone using the Dock Connector cable that came with the camera (and if you don’t have one, then tough — Nikon doesn’t sell them separately). Once this is done, you have to transfer content into the app via iTunes file sharing (or via your computer’s browser). You can also access content from your iPhone’s camera roll (although the Nikon app calls it the “Camera Role”).
The oddest thing about this app, though (apart from the shoddy production values) is that you don’t really need it. Take a look at the instruction page for connecting the camera to an iOS device and you’ll see the camera works as a movie and slideshow projector out of the box. Better still, it works with the photos and videos already stored and organized on your device.
Still, the app is free, and if you hate yourself (and own the above devices) you owe it to yourself to download it and try to navigate its tortuous controls, if only to inflict PowerPoint presentations on other people. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.