projectors Tag

No matter where you are. If your device can receive a signal you've paid for, you can watch your favourite show. There is an intriguing shelf at Wanderlust on the right side of the shop. It contains digital projectors - but not the big industrial ones that you see in lecture halls and theatre venues. These are smaller, personal devices that project an image for a small audience. There's the word - small - think in terms of a couple two, three people sitting around a table or lounge. If there's a big TV screen to watch, fair enough. But if there is only a laptop, tablet, or mobile phone screen then some of the watchers are going to miss out - and they will all likely be straining to hear the sound. Let's not forget social distancing, either. These projectors are designed to throw an image onto a subsidiary screen. This can be as sophisticated as an Ektalite surface or as simple as a plain white wall. Some have screen included. They have to have enough brightness to overcome ambient lighting -...

The cutting edge of a good knife is backed up by a piece of softer steel. The sharp bit may be ever-so, but it can be brittle - it needs a tough and resilient spine to keep it from snapping. Any connection to photography here? Well, if you are the brilliant but brittle star of a studio you might produce the images...