projection booth


Also found in: Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

projection booth

n.
1. A booth, as in a theater, in which a movie projector is operated.
2. A booth, as in an auditorium, in which audio-visual equipment is contained and operated.

projec′tion booth`


n.
1. a compartment in a theater from which a motion picture is projected onto the screen.
2. a compartment at the rear of or above an auditorium, in which spotlights and other lighting units are operated.
[1925–30]
Translations

projection booth

nVorführraum m
References in periodicals archive ?
The SRX-R515DS projector pair can be operated either side-by-side or stacked vertically to suit any projection booth.
As for the Star cinema, it was nicknamed "the Gaff", and was once in the Guinness Book of Records as it had the smallest projection booth in the world.
Hand-crank a 100-year-old movie camera or peek into the Edison Theatre's original projection booth, lined with tin as a precaution against highly flammable nitrate film.
It had a film projection booth, wonderful, but dusty and unused.
A projector shines from a 1950s Chevy truck that was turned into the projection booth as Back to the Future prepares to be shown at The Blue Starlite Mini Urban Drive-In on Friday in Miami.
It provides stable support for the passive system and can be installed even when only a small amount of room is available between the projector and the projection booth glass.
Subsequent floors house a mix of contemporary labels (Helmut Lang, Theory, Rag & Bone, Alice & Olivia and Gryphon), or basically a virtual representation of the entire portfolio of brands in which Andrew Rosen has been an investor), men's wear (Wrangler, Levi's, Lee and RRL Ralph Lauren denim, sporty outerwear from Golden Goose, Duvetica and KWay), advanced designers (very select pieces from Balmain and Proenza Schouler) and, at the very top, in what might have once been the theatres projection booth, accessories (Louboutin, Blahnik, Choo, Zanotti).
It's funny to see from the projection booth a sea of open laptops," she laughs.
The pirated Pirates is available only as a relatively poor quality "Telesync"-that is, one that is taken by a camcorder perched in a projection booth with the sound patched into the camera directly from the projection equipment, reports Contactmusic.
Lonnie van Brummelen and Siebren de Haan's film installation Monument to Another Man's Fatherland, 2008, is dominated by a large 35-mm projector, situated in the center of the gallery rather than hidden in a soundproof projection booth.
By eliminating the projection booth that housed portable audio-visual equipment, and replacing it with a moveable platform, the team was able to restore a once-blocked stained-glass window and restore the visual balance of the space.
There's also a new projection booth, a "green room," an acoustic ceiling, flexible lighting and equipment capable of producing Dolby Digital surround sound.