Up to this day it must be owned no projector has had the smallest success.
There's no reason they won't have a video camera located in a buttonhole, maybe even a video projector.
They have dozens of faces on the main projector screen.
On one side of the cylindrical chamber, about halfway down its length, is a halogen movie-projector lamp.
They crouched behind anything they could find, even an overhead projector.
As he talked, he showed snippets of film, sometimes with the sound off and sometimes run backward through the projector.
If she showed any more, the projector might catch fire.
projector alignment is usually the first session given.
Also available at the lodge is a screen with a projector, and an easel.
It is imperative that you do not shut off power to the projector prematurely, as this will damage the equipment.
British Dictionary definitions for projector
an optical instrument that projects an enlarged image of individual slides onto a screen or wall Full name slide projector
an optical instrument in which a strip of film is wound past a lens at a fixed speed so that the frames can be viewed as a continuously moving sequence on a screen or wall Full name film projector, cine projector