A collection of videos highlighting the fun and creative uses of projectors.
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Elizabeth Dourley — Sep 24, 2012
Researchers in Japan have developed this tool for medical teaching which is a bit more interactive than earlier versions I've run across. With a handheld viewer, users can study the body from multiple angles. The advanced 3D effect produced by the device allows students to gain a deep and lasting understanding of the structures within the human body. Perhaps more than a creative use of a projector, this video demonstates the potential for ushering in an era of compassionate projection. Why?more
Elizabeth Dourley — Aug 3, 2012
Among my many vices is the need to know.... EVERYTHING. I think this is why the Casio Monkeybook appealed to me the minute I saw this video. Designed in the shape of a book, this is an interactive multi-touch presentation system that incorporates a Casio lamp free projector. Of course using the Casio LED/hybrid projector makes perfect sense when you think of how many hours a day the projector will be used in a digital signage application. The expense of projector replacement lamps has always been an issue and Casio has met that head on.more
Elizabeth Dourley — Jun 20, 2011
Earlier this year this very public celebration in honour of the patron Saint Sebastian took place at the Cathedral of Palma de Mallorca in Spain. It included an impressive projection mapping event with 100,000 watts of sound, nine projectors and 135.000 ANSI Lumens of projection. Some powerful imagery accompanied by music from Mozart's Requiem was more than enough to make me watch the video twice.