Recent Examples of projector from the Web
Featuring video projections created by 16 projectors, the work of art is best seen at night.
Astrocolor had effectively turned the airplane into a giant film projector, and maintenance of the complex in-flight entertainment system could hinder an airline’s flight schedules.
Among exterior features of the SLT All-Terrain are projector-beam headlights (with automatic high beams), deep-tinted glass, power rear liftgate, and power-adjustable (manual folding) heated outside mirrors with auto-dimming on the driver’s side.
The teams will be wearing flare-orange vests and using dart projectors that look like long guns or hunting rifles.
Reactionary forces were doing their best to hang on to the last vestiges of the Victorian era’s suffocating propriety while new technologies like projectors and Victrolas were delivering movies and music to the masses.
Reality projector, Marciano Art Foundation, 4357 Wilshire Blvd., Windsor Square; through Aug. 2018; free.
Inside the Roxy, a vintage movie projector is parked beyond the coat check and a quite grand set of glass doors.
Each screen had its own projector that back-projected the film onto the screen in color and in the film’s original aspect ratio.
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First Known Use of projector
PROJECTOR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of projector for English Language Learners
: a machine that projects a movie or picture onto a screen
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