projector

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projector 

An optical instrument that forms a magnified image of an object (e.g. a slide) onto a screen.
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That represents a big advance over the standard film projector, whose basic technology has barely changed since Edison's Kinetoscope in 1891.
I had access to a four-color krypton laser, video projectors, a 35-millimeter fish-eyed film projector.
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The National Screen and Sound Archive of Wales is searching for amateur film footage of a family holiday, old cans full of explosive nitrate film or a hand-cranked silent film projector.
A pounds 20,000 35mm film projector would last a cinema for 35 years.
But when his father returned home from World War II he brought eight-yearold Brian two very special gifts: a model train set and a 35mm film projector.
In a darkened section of the gallery, a film projector cast an image onto the wall: the barren, gray surface of the moon pocked with craters.
The Sundance Film Festival will have a digital film projector for some screenings this year for the first time, with other venues to follow soon.
Intermittent on-screen texts detail homophobic and misogynist laws passed throughout the 1970s and '80s while, on the sound track, sirens disrupt the gentle whir of a film projector.
Does a film projector not stand in for a mass culture now outmoded, or for a mythic experimental cinema and its historical revisitations?
Lombardi turned away, Packers guard Jerry Kramer wrote in his book ``Instant Replay,'' and slid into a chair next to a film projector.