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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Lonnie van Brummelen and Siebren de Haan's film installation Monument to Another Man's Fatherland, 2008, is dominated by a large 35-mm projector, situated in the center of the gallery rather than hidden in a soundproof projection booth.
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.
There's also a new projection booth, a "green room," an acoustic ceiling, flexible lighting and equipment capable of producing Dolby Digital surround sound.
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.
The projection booth contains two 35/70mm combo projectors, 16 mm and a pair of nitrate projectors -- to show the chemically volatile, pre-celluloid film format -- that were custom built in Germany.
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?
Back-Room Projector: A projector equipped with a lens designed to be used much farther away from the screen than is usual--often in a projection booth or at the back of an auditorium.
It was superseded by a more sophisticated copy captured from within a projection booth with highquality sound.
With a typical Traviata or Boheme using over 1,000 slides, stress levels in the projection booth on opera night can peak at rather high levels.
Bill had never been in a projection booth when we hired him, but this was a big advantage because he had no preconceived notions of how a projector should work.
I wanted some pundit to go behind the big screens to the projection booth and discover the real Wizards who were doing the telegenetic puppeteering--John Malone, Rupert Murdoch, Summer Redstone.