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How to Make a Homemade Projector?

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In making a home made projector you will need a light box with a glass top, a column extending upward and a prism or a mirror and lens to project the image. For more information look here: Components of A Homemade Projector www.tomshardware.com; forum.ebaumsworld.com
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How to Build a Homemade Projector
Large screen digital projectors such as one that you would use in business presentations or in a personal home theater have become very popular and can be purchased in most stores specializing in electronic equipment. These projectors are connected your... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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Here's an article on how to make a simply enlarger you could probably modify it to fit your needs you would need a glass window 35 MM Camera or lens card board box at the minimum.
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