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Projector

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A slide projector is an opto-mechanical device for showing photographic slides.
Video projectors are digital replacements for earlier types of projectors such as slide projectors and overhead projectors.

Magic lantern

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35 mm slide projectors, direct descendants of the larger-format magic lantern, first came into widespread use during the 1950s as a form of occasional home entertainment; family members and friends would gather to view slide shows, which typically consisted of slides snapped during vacations and at family events.
The magic lantern was in wide use from the 18th century until the mid-20th century, when it was superseded by a compact version that could hold many 35 mm photographic slides: the slide projector.

Slide show

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35 mm slide projectors, direct descendants of the larger-format magic lantern, first came into widespread use during the 1950s as a form of occasional home entertainment; family members and friends would gather to view slide shows, which typically consisted of slides snapped during vacations and at family events.
Slide shows originally consisted of a series of individual photographic slides projected onto a screen with a slide projector.

Reversal film

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A slide projector is an opto-mechanical device for showing photographic slides.
A slide is a specially mounted individual transparency intended for projection onto a screen using a slide projector.

Carousel slide projector

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A carousel slide projector is a slide projector that uses a rotary tray to store slides, used to project slide photographs and to create slideshows.

Overhead projector

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An overhead projector is a variant of slide projector that is used to display images to an audience.

Slide cube projector

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A slide cube projector is a type of slide projector that was created by Bell & Howell and was sold up through the 1980s.

Projection screen

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Photographic film slides and projectors have mostly been replaced by image files on digital storage media shown on a projection screen by using a video projector or simply displayed on a large-screen video monitor.
Different markets exist for screens targeted for use with digital projectors, movie projectors, overhead projectors and slide projectors, although the basic idea for each of them is very much the same: front projection screens work on diffusely reflecting the light projected on to them, whereas back projection screens work by diffusely transmitting the light through them.

Large-format slide projector

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A large-format slide projector (also often called large-format projector or large-image projector) is a kind of slide projector for large image projection which has a very powerful light source (up to 12 thousand watts using arc lamps).

Photography

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A slide projector is an opto-mechanical device for showing photographic slides.
Color photography may form images as positive transparencies, which can be used in a slide projector, or as color negatives intended for use in creating positive color enlargements on specially coated paper.

Hasselblad

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After the war, watch and clock production continued, and other machine work was also carried out, including producing a slide projector and supplying parts for Saab automobiles.

Rollei

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Franke & Heidecke GmbH, Feinmechanik und Optik focused on the production of professional medium format cameras and slide projectors, while RCP-Technik GmbH & Co. KG in Hamburg was responsible for Rollei consumer products like re-branded compact digital cameras in the European market, and with the RCP Technik Verwaltungs GmbH owning the rights to the "Rollei" and "Rolleiflex" brands.

Sawyer's

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Sawyer's, Inc. was an American manufacturer and retailer of slide projectors, scenic slides, View-Master reels and viewers, postcards, and related products, based in Portland, Oregon.

Braun (company)

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In 1954, the company also began producing film slide projectors, a mainstay of its business for the next forty years.

Carl Braun Camera-Werk

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It is best known for its 35mm film cameras named Paxette, and for slide projectors named Paximat.

Presentation slide

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Before the advent of the personal computer, a presentation slide could be a 35 mm slide viewed with a slide projector or a transparency viewed with an overhead projector.

Pentacon

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Pentacon also produced slide projectors.

Minox

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Matching the size of the slide film for the 8×11 MINOX cameras, MINOX also produced slide projectors ending with the auto-focus HP24 model.

Slide viewer

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Multi-image

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Multi-image is the now largely obsolete practice and business of using 35mm slides (diapositives) projected by single or multiple slide projectors onto one or more screens in synchronization with an audio voice-over or music track.

LCD projector

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It is a modern equivalent of the slide projector or overhead projector.

Stepper

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A stepper is a device used in the manufacture of integrated circuits (ICs) that is similar in operation to a slide projector or a photographic enlarger.

Planetarium

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The celestial scenes can be created using a wide variety of technologies, for example precision-engineered 'star balls' that combine optical and electro-mechanical technology, slide projector, video and fulldome projector systems, and lasers.

Samuel L. M. Barlow II

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However, his music was innovative in its frequent exploration of new performance techniques and practices; including the use of slide projections for his 1936 symphonic concerto Babar.