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  • Kodak Carousel type slide projectors
  • 3D mapping is the concept of matching projected imagery to the proportions and shape of the surface it is projected on. The pre-fix "3d" is used to...
  • Aspect ratio is the relation between an image's width (horizontal pixels or 'x') and height (vertical pixels or 'y')
  • Back projection is a projection technique. The image is projected from a position that is behind the projection surface.
  • CRT
    Abbreviation for Cathode Ray Tube.
  • DLP projectors make use of DLP chip technology. DLP is an abbreviation for digital light processing. The DLP® chip was invented by Dr. Larry Hornbeck...
  • DMX
    8-bit control protocol developed for lighting instruments.
  • DVI
    Abbreviation for Digital Visual Interface. DVI was developed to standardize the way output and display devices transfer data and connect. One of its...
  • A front projection is a projection technique. The image is projected from a position that is in front of the projection surface. 
  • A hard disk player is a playback device that outputs still or moving images. Because the imagery is stored on a hard drive, the user has instant...
  • Any camcorder with at least a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels (720p and 720i)
  • Isadora is an award winning, interactive media presentation tool that allows you to follow your artistic impulse. Whether you are an artist, designer...
  • Xbox Kinect interface
  • Pani, ETC or similar
  • Liquid Crystal Display Monitor
  • LCD projectors use lcd technology to produce an image. LCD is an abbreviation for liquid crystal display. Liquid Crystals can be arranged in any...
  • Dedicated Os X based mapping application. Makes use of the Siphon frame work that allows application to interchange imagery data. Any playback...
  • A media server is a computer-based playback solution that responds to external control protocols to output computer display data or moving or still...
  • Real time video mixer by Garagecube. Os X based.
  • Any piece of equipment that transmitts motion data
  • Also marketed as digital light
  • Any piece of equipment that can transmit position data
  • The projection designer is artistically responsible for stage design that is either projected or displayed with equipment commonly associated with...
  • Sometimes also referred to as "black light." The term refers to the fact that projectors cannot produce real black. The reason is that black is...
  • Pan Tilt Zoom camera. Commonly used on reality TV shows because they can be remotely controlled.
  • Qlab is show control software developed by Figure 53. It was originally conceived for use with audio. Thus, it can inherently trigger external...
  • Qlab is show control software originally conceived for use with audio. It can inherently trigger external devices via popular show control protocols...
  • Any video camcorder with a resolution up to 768 x 576 pixels. Camcorder is a word combining the terms "camera" and "recorder" because they record...
  • Software technology employed to link up and coordinate different components and technologies in the entertainment industry. A common show control...
  • Projectors that use an optical system to project the image on a slide through the lens. The slide was originally a square frame that supports a piece...
  • very small pinhole camera
  • The term refers to the standards set for display resolutions and apect ratios of display data to be use broadcast display euipment. For example XGA...
  • A cluster or grid of monitors that can be used to show a single image across all screens.