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n.1.See Projector, below.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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A, Leitz Edinger Apparatus, circa 1910, used to align a Lantern Slide camera to a microscope, B, Bausch and Lomb Carbon Arc Balopticon C Lantern Slide Projector, circa 1908, used to project images from Lantern Slides.
By 1952 he was "handling a full teaching schedule during the day, embalming cadavers at night and carrying the burdens of Business Manager and Dean." (5) Bob recalls Homewood lecturing in the anatomy lab at 8:00 in the morning, using his hypnotically humming, Balopticon projector to display pages from Gray's Anatomy onto a flickering screen.
Norman Rockwell developed a technique whereby he would first produce all of the graphic elements of a new work photographically, and then use a device called a Balopticon to project the photographic images onto his canvas as guides to his drawing and painting.