After about six hours' time assembling and tinkering, our homemade projector is ready to go. The following pictures should give you an impression of what the ambitious user can expect.
The LCD panel works - now the input source can be connected.
To illustrate proportions: Arnold and Arnold in mini-format. Courtesy Artisan/Lightstorm
Picture from the THG lab: the homemade projector during testing.
Also possible: projection with the light on. Courtesy Artisan/Lightstorm
- Giant Wall Display
- Giant Wall Display, Continued
- Overhead Projector: 3M, Elmo, WolfVision, Liesegang?
- TFT Display: Resolution, Color Intensity, Response Time
- Step By Step: Removing The TFT Panel
- Step By Step: Removing The TFT Panel, Continued
- Assembly: The Projector's LCD Panel
- Very Important: Permanent Cooling For The LCD Panel
- Made It: The Homemade Projector, Up And Running!
- Fine-Tuning: Adjusting The Graphics Card And LCD Panel
- Projector Boom 2004: Market Growth Of 50%
- Gray Theory: Brightness, Contrast, Color Temperature
- Video To Download: The Fascination Of A 6-Foot Display
- Conclusion: The Fun And Fascination Of Building Your Own Projector