projection booth


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projection booth

A booth, usually at the rear of an auditorium, for the operation of motion-picture projectors, slide projectors, or follow spots.
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So all of these are truncated: the projection booth, the screen, the space of viewership.
The Shining has always had an air of legend about it, reaching well beyond the projection booth's light.
Subsequent floors house a mix of contemporary labels (Helmut Lang, Theory, Rag & Bone, Alice & Olivia and Gryphon), or basically a virtual representation of the entire portfolio of brands in which Andrew Rosen has been an investor), men's wear (Wrangler, Levi's, Lee and RRL Ralph Lauren denim, sporty outerwear from Golden Goose, Duvetica and KWay), advanced designers (very select pieces from Balmain and Proenza Schouler) and, at the very top, in what might have once been the theatres projection booth, accessories (Louboutin, Blahnik, Choo, Zanotti).
"It's funny to see from the projection booth a sea of open laptops," she laughs.
The renovated space--designed by the DELTS department in consultation with the Faculty of Medicine and others--includes pre-set lighting controls; two high-end, 16x10 screens and two 7,000-lumens widescreen projectors to display two separate images on each screen; three user stations; stationary controllers in the front of the room and in the projection booth; a wireless unit; document camera; two computers; and two laptop connectors.
The pirated Pirates is available only as a relatively poor quality "Telesync"-that is, one that is taken by a camcorder perched in a projection booth with the sound patched into the camera directly from the projection equipment, reports Contactmusic.
By eliminating the projection booth that housed portable audio-visual equipment, and replacing it with a moveable platform, the team was able to restore a once-blocked stained-glass window and restore the visual balance of the space.
Here an assistant director, acting as the "score reader," would follow the score in the projection booth as the music was being played, and then would cue the projectionist to begin the projection.
Noting my love for movies--with my passing on of verses inspired by the movies he presented--Sebastian invited me up one night to see the projection booth. At that time the evenings began with a chapter from the old Flash Gordon serial, and it suddenly struck me that the interior of Flash Gordon's spaceship was itself modeled after a movie projection booth!
Since April, work has been ongoing to lower the ceiling in the cinema, install seating, paint the walls and floors, make a stage for live music and construct a projection booth which is decorated with an eclectic mix of maps, floral wallpaper and painted squares.
What if you watched the movie from the projection booth, with all the machines whirring?
When Keaton starts the film within the film in the movie theatre, he falls asleep in the projection booth. The film, Diamonds and Pearls, is about a master jewel thief who steals a valuable necklace from a wealthy man.