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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The ease of microscopic image photography brought about by digital cameras, combined with advances in presentation technology, resulted in the transition away from slide projectors, which used 35-mm positive-image slides projected onto a screen.
"It used to be speakers needed a slide projector and overhead.
In addition, a difference between Signsim and the PVL is that participants in the PVL have control over their approach to the sign; whereas in Signsim, using the slide projector, presentation of signs remains constant for all slides and for all participants.
"I'd be lucky to own a slide projector on the fees I was earning," Harrington recalls.
No immediate visual or audible indication was given of the successful advance of a slide, as with a standalone optical slide projector. The instructors often advanced twice when they intended only one advance.
In addition to pharmaceuticals, funds must be available for items such as specialty beds, high-tech mattresses and overlays, wheelchairs, staff education materials, a camera for documentation, a slide projector for inservices, and occupational and physical therapy equipment (eg, positioning devices).
At your last road show presentation, did you trip over the microphone cord, watch in horror as the slide projector went haywire or almost faint when your notes slid like sand between your fingers and fell to a heap on the conference room floor?
It would be inappropriate to offer a book with fancy fonts and graphics for a film slide projector.
But by removing a square of translucent plexiglass at the apparent back of this niche, the owner can set up a slide projector stored inside the shell of the wood-framed wall.
Vaguely resembling an Anthony Caro sculpture of the 1960s, Clements's piece turned a formal construct into something functional: A slide projector placed on one shelflike surface projected a sequential history of Moon's paintings from 1964 through 1968, rephotographed from existing reproductions, on an opposite flat face.
Tenders are invited for supply of slide projector at barauni refinery
It will use an aging Kodak Carousel slide projector and a bunch of promotional slides culled from movie and TV promos as a starting point to produce scenes from scratch.