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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Old typewriters, audio casettes and slide projectors were used to create an eight-piece system at Mayfair School, which catered for more than 40 pupils aged two to 19.
Slide projectors, retro computers and Tetris: It's time to get nostalgic and bring back the good old days with these new gadgets and gizmos.
Popularized in the 1950s as a method of sharing family photo albums, these new slide projectors included novel features, such as an internal light source with requisite fan-based cooling mechanism, a condensing lens to direct light to the slide, a focusing lens for the projected image, and slide holders that could house multiple slides.
Commissions by artists Fergadelic and Ben Sansbury will directly reflect on Birmingham's rich music heritage and architecture to inspire their illustrations, whilst photographer and filmmaker Tyrone Lebon will present a new work on slide projectors featuring photographs of people from Birmingham interspersed with photographs of both his own family as well as the family of late 90s fashion designer Christopher Nemeth, who lived in the city.
I was interested in slide projectors in general," McConnell recalls, "and 2010 was the year of the slide projector.
Stepping inside the installation was like being transported to another time; the feel of the coarse textiles, the wood/orange/red color scheme, the slide projectors, and the cushions for floor seating were all perhaps pointers from Paludan to the fact that this very air of the anachronistic is an indication, sad to say, of how sociopolitical issues of gender and labor are commonly seen in Norway today, despite their continued relevance.
Vesna Pavlovic's Search for Landscapes is the most accessible work, as five slide projectors blast pictures on to separate screens showing an American family from the 1960s on a world trip, pictured in front of familiar sights.
The Rochester, New York-based company, started in 1892, led the way in popularizing the cameras, film, slide projectors and home videos that allowed generations of users to preserve family photos and other memories.
Martin Rendle, Manchester AMAGIC lanterns were one of the earliest forms of slide projectors.