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The term can refer projector:

  • a film projector (projected movie film);
  • a slide projector (projected slides );
  • an overhead projector or overhead projector (projected transparencies larger);
  • to a floodlight or spotlight , used for lighting;
  • an opaque projector or opaque projector (projected light reflected from opaque images brightly lit), or
  • to a video projector or a projector (projects the image transmitted by an electronic signal).

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AWESOME idea! I actually want to buy an

Old overhead projector as it is - for projecting sketches onto painting canvases - it's the easiest way to transfer a sketch on an 8 1/2 x 11 piece of paper onto a large canvas.
And then, when I'm not using it, it could be a permanent art installation! I have cathedral ceilings and am thinking I could tuck it behind my TV cart and have it project onto the highest part of my walls.
:-D

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