slide projector


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Noun1.slide projector - projector that projects an enlarged image of a slide onto a screenslide projector - projector that projects an enlarged image of a slide onto a screen
magic lantern - an early form of slide projector
projector - an optical instrument that projects an enlarged image onto a screen
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slide projector

n (Phot) → proiettore m per diapositive
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Victims have been dispatched by poisonous frog, a French guillotine and even a slide projector. Mix such bizarre deaths with blackmail, greed and betrayal behind the well-trimmed hedges and you have television gold.
He complements this with salvaged exhibitor paraphernalia, such as a slide projector and glass slides used to announce audience etiquette or advertise local businesses.
La luce focalizza (Light Focuses), 2018, is a scaled-down version of a classic Anselmo work from 1972: The word particolare, is cast by a slide projector positioned in such a way that the writing becomes visible only when an obstacle, such as a viewer's body, passes in front of the lens.
MThe sleepy countryside area has seen villagers and visitors bumped off in all manner of alarming ways over the years, with bizarre murder implements including a candlestick, a doped horse, poison from a tropical frog, liquid nicotine, a slide projector, a drinks cabinet and a drowning in a vat of soup.
"In our loft we found an old slide projector and hundreds of slides, letters, family pictures and certificates.
Reese uses manual focus lenses, not all of which were originally designed for cameras, such as a German slide projector lens or the 25 mm English-made lens from a 16 mm movie camera.
The machine must be equipped with a horizontal and vertical directional projector (with precise p-axis alignment, Interchangeable lenses with optical angle measurement), Digital displacement measurement instruments (z-axis, B-rotational motion, P - slide projector, X-pitch control, Y-height adjustment), 6-axis digital display with the possibility of entering reference points.
The school had 229 students when it opened, used a slide projector as early as 1920, and required teachers to instruct on proper hygiene and the prevention of communicable diseases.
The slides themselves consisted of two 3.5 X 4 inch glass plates, sealed with tape to preserve the colloid on which the images were developed, and the slides were then inserted into slide holders on either side of a lantern slide projector (Figure 1, B).
Aside from the above "enduring memory," of my long-ago experience with a slide projector; I also am left with an "enduring conviction" that formed the taking-off point for my presentation on integrated planning.
A concrete block refers bluntly to one that Ader hurls in a video; the string of lights tangled around McConnell's block recalls lights strung on the Pitzer gallery wall; a scale-model slipcast sailboat conjures Ader's ill-fated 13 foot pocket cruiser Ocean Wave; and a slide projector, continuously showing a carousel of sunset images that McConnell describes as "ugly and charming at the same time" imitates Ader homage from the Pitzer show.
Similar to Boosh Kla-Klau in its presentation, The New Job Show is told via a slide projector and covers the different avenues a comedian might take to try and get work, from the more traditional stand up and sketch to the weird and ill-advised publicity stunts and web-comics.