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A projector is a device that projects an image on a surface.
Projector may also refer to:
Science and technology
- Video projector, a device that projects a video signal from computer, home theater system etc.
- Movie projector, a device that projects moving pictures from a strip of film
- Slide projector, a device that projects a still image with a transparent base
- Overhead projector, a device that projects a transparent image
- Handheld projector, a mobile projector
- Opaque projector, a predecessor to the overhead projector
- Planetarium projector, a device that projects images of sky objects
- Zeiss projector, a range of projectors made by Zeiss
- Magic lantern, a historic projection device
- Camera obscura, the historic ancestor to projection devices
- Enlarger, a device used to produce photographic prints from negatives
- Laser projector, entertainment lasers
- Projector, a version control system used in the Macintosh Programmer's Workshop
- Projector PSA, a software and cloud-computing company
Other science and technology
- Projection (linear algebra), a linear transformation of a vector space
- Ceiling projector, a device used to measure the height of clouds
- Flame projector, pyrotechnics projector
- Beam projector, stagelighting
Art and entertainment
- Projector (album), a 1999 album by Dark Tranquillity
- Projector (comics) aka Zachary Williams, a comic book character from Marvel Comics
- Projector, a type of mortar
- Holman Projector
- Northover Projector
- Corporate promoter or projector, e.g. in the phrase "railway projectors"
- Projector (patent), an archaic term in US patent law meaning original inventor to reduce an invention to practice
- Projection (disambiguation)
- All pages with titles containing Projector
- All pages with titles beginning with Projector
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