Wireless Digital Projectors

wireless digital projectors
    digital projectors
  • A video projector takes a video signal and projects the corresponding image on a projection screen using a lens system. All video projectors use a very bright light to project the image, and most modern ones can correct any curves, blurriness, and other inconsistencies through manual settings.
  • (Digital Projector) A device that connects to a computer via cabling to enable the computer monitor display to be enlarged and projected onto a screen.
  • Lacking or not requiring wires
  • radio: medium for communication
  • having no wires; "a wireless security system"
  • transmission by radio waves

Project 365 #72: 130309 Slip Slidin' Away
Project 365 #72: 130309 Slip Slidin' Away
You'll go a long way before you'll meet a stauncher advocate of digital photography than me. It's brill. Affordable, accessible, ubiquitous - you can take ten shots of the same thing EVERY time to try and get the best one. So what is it that's so completely damned cool about slides? Maybe it's because my Grandma had a load that I get warm and fuzzy feelings about slides - or maybe it's just their inherent coolness. I think it was a chance to bring a little bit of the cinematic experience into your home - at a time when people still dressed up to go to the cinema. Or maybe it's because you know what's coming next each time so you can see your audience's reaction without distractions. Or maybe it's because you can control the delivery of your pictures and pace them with the right mood, rather than your slideshow mechanically clanking along to the next one every 3.5 seconds. Or maybe even I'm just feeling nostalgic. :) With a computer, projector and wireless controller I can replicate completely the slide experience, even down to slipping one in upside down - but it's just NOT the same. These slides belong to a colleague who has asked me to turn them into something he can print out, so I'll probably go old school and project and photograph. Enormous fun. :)
Hi. Thanks for being here. Just to be totally fair, so no one thinks they’re getting cheated, I’d like to tell you what this won’t be and, if it doesn’t sound like anything you signed up for, you’re welcome to take off now, no hard feelings whatsoever. This won’t be a technical tutorial where I show you how to insert hyperlinks and images into your PowerPoint presentation. I’m not going to show you how to pull video off the web. This digital projector plus PowerPoint plus a wireless projector has revolutionized my practice, made me a much happier teacher, made my students much happier also, but for the most part, we’re going to talk about when and how NOT to use PowerPoint. Just as a point of reference, I’d like you to estimate how many PowerPoint presentations you’ve seen over the course of your life. Think to college, think to churches, think to business meetings. After you’ve put a number to your history with PowerPoint presentations, would you now put a brief sentence to it. [Anticipating many “too much text” replies here.] So I think we’re all familiar with slides just drowning in text. But simply saying, “back off with the text, already” doesn’t do the larger problem justice.

wireless digital projectors
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