a very valuable tool that will empower ALL of my students to display visually stimulating presentations (sound and video integration) that they will be creating throughout the entire year to their peers in the classroom, and the entire school
One type of front projector. Liquid Crystal Display transmits light through a tiny LCD screen and then projects it for a larger image. One major benefit is that convergence and adjustments are not required to perfect the picture. One drawback is that this technology results in pixellation.
LCD projectors (Liquid Crystal Display) are usually the most popular with home cinema enthusiasts. The reasons behind this are because they are often bright, light and easy to set up. It is literally a case of plugging in and away you go. They also offer multimedia options.
Utilizing the LCD technique, these projectors separate the red, green and blue information to three different LCD panels. Since LCD panels do not produce color, the appropriate colored light is then passed through each panel and combined to exit through the projector lens and onto a viewing screen.
A device that integrates a light source, an optical system, electronics and an array of transparent LCD 'panels' to project an image generated by a computer or video device onto a wall or screen for large image viewing.