Slide Projector

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slide projector

[′slīd prə‚jek·tər]

Slide Projector


an opticomechanical projection device that magnifies images of transparent originals (slides and filmstrips) onto a built-in or wall screen. Slide projectors are used frequently during lectures to display pictures and drawings and for reading microfilm. Varieties of slide projectors include slide viewers and the magic lantern.

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Overhead projectors, popularized in business and educational settings during the 1950s to 1960s, worked on the same principle as 35-mm slide projectors.
I'd be lucky to own a slide projector on the fees I was earning," Harrington recalls.
Eventually, lecturers migrated from digitally scanned images to the lower-tech, lower-resolution video slide projector and video overhead projector as the default methods of presentation.
Instead, this book concentrates on what the majority of technical briefings involve: 8 1/2-by-11-inch transparencies for an overhead slide projector.
The program, taught by 1,000 volunteers at nearly every elementary and middle school in Beaverton, is now able to transition from slide projector systems to digital presentations.
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Similar to Boosh Kla-Klau in it's presentation, The New Job Show is told via a slide projector and covers the different avenues a comedian takes to try and get work, from the more traditional stand up and sketch to the weird and ill-advised publicity stunts and web-comics.
IT was always a welcome relief from humdrum lessons at school back in the 1950s when the teacher brought out the slide projector or cine camera.
I've never had to sit through John from head office telling me about sales figures from the third quarter," admits Stafford-born Dave, who is touring the country with his PowerPoint - a kind of high-tech slide projector.
If it doesn''t work I''ll be doing a Damon Albarn and coming up with a slide projector, some arty-farty friends, and a bunch of actors trying to make sense of whatever it is - as Roger Daltrey would say - emerges when I go up my own a** e.
Inspired by a redundant slide projector - his daughters made him buy it for a sketch they did at the Edinburgh festival - and the streets of the English capital, Lovett has drawn on almost 30 years' experience as a comedian to put together Norman Lovett's Slide Show.
To help tell the stories of how various people lost their virginity, he enlists only four actors and essentially limits the design to barstools, street clothes and a slide projector.