projection booth


Definition of projection booth

: a booth in a theater or hall for housing and operating a projector and especially a motion-picture projector

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The second floor houses offices, two classrooms, and a projection booth designed by ace projectionist James Bond, with a 16-millimeter projector and a DCP (digital cinema package) system, the first in the organization's history. Ben Sachs, Chicago Reader, "Chicago Filmmakers and the Ridge Firehouse: A match made in heaven," 13 Sep. 2017

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First Known Use of projection booth

1917, in the meaning defined above

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