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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.
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While modern slide projectors use an electric bulb, magic lanterns were first powered by wax candles, then advanced to paraffin lamps.
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They can be found in many places and include floor lamps, overhead lights, photo-copiers, and slide projectors.