microprojector

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microprojector

(ˈmaɪkrəʊprəˌdʒɛktə)
n
an instrument for microprojection
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Professor Miles Padgett, Kelvin Chair of Natural Philosophy at the University, who leads the team, said: "Single-pixel detectors in four different locations are used to detect light from a data projector, which illuminates objects with a rapidly-shifting sequence of black-and-white patterns.
Sun's tiny, prism-shaped cloaking structure, less than 10 millimetres long, was created using a technique called electronic transfer microstereolithography, where researchers use a data projector to project an image on a liquid polymer, then use light to transform the liquid layer into a thin solid layer.
LiveText TM is an electronic version of this series, with additional features and resources for whole-class teaching using any interactive whiteboard or data projector.
A side pullout shelf can secure a data projector, the top shelf can hold a document camera, and the standing-height pullout shelf is ideal for use with a laptop.
First Epson 3LCD projector (1989) First Epson VGA data projector (1995) World's first projector to use integrator and polarisation changing technology (1996) World's first network projector (2001) World's first Home Cinema projector to add HDMI 1.
Beyond its short range capabilities, the Optoma performs well as a data projector.
BURGLARS broke into charity-funded Rotunda college, in Everton, and escaped with a dozen laptops, a data projector for carrying out powerpoint presentations and cash.
Although there have been tremendous advances in data projector technology in the last few years, good projectors are still relatively expensive.
Mitsubishi Electric's latest data projector should make your next presentation standout with its widescreen 16:9 display.
Each room will also be set up to use data projector and DVD technology.
com) has enough room for a data projector and presentation materials on its top shelf and a notebook computer with mouse on its middle pull-out shelf.
Meanwhile staff at Roseberry Community Primary School, Great Ayton, want help to buy window blinds for five classrooms, to block out the sun, making it more pleasant for pupils, and enabling staff to use an overhead data projector and computers free from glare.