Build your own LCD Video Projector

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Big Mix dream home theater screen with a tight budget and has the makings of a great DIY project. Just think how impressed all his friends will be watching blockbuster movies on a video projector that has its own Hands 2.

It was just these motivations that led me in front of my web browser digging for information for this project. There are a lot of cheesy websites that promise the moon and the sale of a magnifying glass and plasticinstructions to meet a TV in a box and put it forward. You get a picture, but it will look like yourself did. - Dark and blurry.

Is it possible to make this work? The short answer is yes. A video projector is essentially a high resolution LCD video with a very bright light shining through a lens of the projector and screen enlargement. New models of phones use a very small and expensive LCD monitors with sophisticated lightingsources and high quality lenses. If you're ready to finish with a projector that is not so small you can compress the parts you need an LCD monitor and add a few electronic components and relatively inexpensive lenses. For $ 200 - $ 500, you should be able to create a high resolution bright projector that really impresses your friends.

The parts you need are:

High-resolution LCD computer monitor

The lens of the projector lens (and possibly 2 fresnelfollowing terms is used)

The cooling fan (s) - the lights heated when it is pushed in a box

Bright (lightsource for the project approach is to use an old projector)


There are dozens of websites with step by step plans for free or for sale. Parts of sale you need. I found two excellent, and the Company Lumenlab DIY Projector. Both are selling parts and kits. Lumenlab sells very well produced PDFInstruction Guide with detailed plans. DIY offers free plans, but expects that you will buy one of their kits actually run the projector. Both use the LCD in a box with an accent on the lamp.

InventGeek has an excellent article that explains the process thoroughly, including the theory behind the spotlight. I recommend you try it. DenGuru website shows another approach to the project. They use an old projector if the light source and lens. You strip the LCDits framework and put in the spotlight as transparency. Ugly, but it works! Check out their guide.

Breaking his toolbox and Get Busy - and we will be safe, people!

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