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    Projector Lamp Articles — Presentation Tips

    Projector Lamp Mode Settings Can Have Significant Impact on Lamp Life

    Projector Lamp Mode Settings Can Have Significant Impact on Lamp Life

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    Extending lamp life by smart operator use of features provided in the projector settings, can reduce the frequency of buying replacement lamps  - saving on both the purchase price of the new lamp and the staff time and hassle factor of replacement. The major lamp manufacturers - Philips, Osram, Ushio, Panasonic, Iwasaki, Phoenix - have improved the lamp technology such that new lamps can now deliver 4000 hours or more even when operated at full power 100% of the time....

    Footlamberts: What and Why?

    Footlamberts: What and Why?

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    A footlambert (or foot-lambert) is a unit of luminance. It is used primarily in the projection industry to provide a value for luminance of images on a projection screen. 1 footlambert (fL) is equal to 3.43 candela per square meter (cd/m2). When the footlambert value is known for a projection system (the projector and a screen), assumptions can be made about the clarity of images when viewed with varying ambient light levels in a room....

    Ambient Light Reflective Screens Help Maintain Image Quality in Spaces with Extraneous Light

    Ambient Light Reflective Screens Help Maintain Image Quality in Spaces with Extraneous Light

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    When buying a projector - whether for a classroom, conference room or sports bar - “brightness” will certainly be one of the specifications at the top of the list to consider. However, it's not only the projector that determines the perception of brightness for the viewer. While the lumen output of the projector is a key variable, the reflective properties of the screen have a significant bearing on how “bright” the images appear. In addition,...

    Factors Affecting the Brightness of a Projected Image

    Factors Affecting the Brightness of a Projected Image

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    Brightness sits at the top of the list when thinking about the quality of a projected image whether for conference rooms, classrooms, houses of worship or home theater applications. What are the factors that affect the brightness of a projected image? Projector Brightness When buying a digital projector one of the key metrics found on manufacturer specification sheets is brightness. Measured in lumens, this quantifies the light output of the projector. More lumens, more brightness...

    How Bright is Bright Enough for House of Worship Projection Systems?

    How Bright is Bright Enough for House of Worship Projection Systems?

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    Choosing a projector for houses of worship starts with two key factors, both focus on projector lumen output or brightness: (1) size of the space (eg. 100 person or 250+ person sanctuary) and (2) amount of ambient light present in the space during projector use. Most sanctuaries or worship gathering spaces will not be totally dark during a service. So unlike a home theater room or even a conference room, digital projectors for churches need to...

    Key Points to Remember When Preparing a PowerPoint Slide Presentation

    Key Points to Remember When Preparing a PowerPoint Slide Presentation

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    The lights are low, the Epson fan hums, you are 15 minutes into a new product release PowerPoint presentation to a group of corporate managers and you realize two people at the end of the table are about to nod off. A sinking feeling. It could be these people would fall asleep in an earthquake, but more likely it’s a clue you need to revisit the basic tips for creating an effective presentation. Here is...