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Guide Dogs NSW/ACT

on Wednesday, 15 April 2015. Posted in Blog

Mini Projector Creates Vision Testing System for Guide Dogs

Guide Dogs NSW/ACT

September 2013. Mini Projector’s Head Lumenary, Barry Shuttleworth was invited to show the Guide Dogs NSW/ACT team some mini projectors.

The purpose? To test the viability of mini projectors for peripheral vision testing for people whose vision has been impaired as a result of stroke, tumour or brain injury.

The existing system involved a bulky piece of equipment, leaving little choice for patients other than having to attend one of the Guide Dogs’ clinics, which is not always easy with some of the mobility issues that brain injuries leave.


The Mini Projector Selector #5

on Tuesday, 28 October 2014. Posted in Blog

Batteries, Power & Portability

 The Mini Projector Selector #5

Hi there, back again for episode number 5 where you get to choose just how portable you want your AV life to be.

All mini projectors need power to run them or charge their battery, unless you have one of the really early models with a candle and a reflector. Or maybe even 2 candles.

The higher the number of Lumens that the projector produces, the more power it draws. The more power it draws, the bigger the battery that is required. The bigger the battery, the less portable the projector becomes. This is why most mini data projectors over about 300 Lumens don’t have an internal rechargeable battery. It adds size and weight and reduces portability, which after all is one of the main reasons you want a mini projector, so you’re not carrying a couple of extra house bricks around in your kit.

The Mini Projector Selector #4

on Tuesday, 28 October 2014. Posted in Blog


The Mini Projector Selector #4

Hello, now you probably have your quality issues sorted out, it’s time to deal with how you want to drive your mini projector.

We like to divide Mini Projectors into 2 categories, SIMPLE & SMART

The Mini Projector Selector #3

on Tuesday, 28 October 2014. Posted in Blog

The Mini Projector Selector #3

Hi there, back again. Now that you think you have narrowed down the choice for your new mini projector, you need to consider a couple of the ‘C’s.

Content and Contrast Ratio

We discussed the quality of your content in #2, but you also need to consider what is in the Content that you are showing to your audience.

The Mini Projector Selector #2

on Friday, 19 September 2014. Posted in Blog

Choosing the Right Projector

The Mini Projector Selector #2

Hi and welcome back to the Projection Selection Panel. If you’ve read the Introduction, you are probably well on your way to deciding which projector you need. Or you are still confused.

The best starting point is your anticipated Audience Size.

The Mini Projector Selector

on Monday, 15 September 2014. Posted in Blog

Choosing the Right Projector

The Mini Projector Selector

How do you begin to decide

  •  if a Mini Projector will meet your requirements?
  • which Mini Projector is right for you?

Let’s start with a few ABC’S to consider:

Mini Projector Education Presentation

on Sunday, 14 September 2014. Posted in Blog

If you missed our special Education presentation at Edutech 2013, you will be able to view it here:

iPhone4 & iPhone4S mini projector

on Saturday, 13 September 2014. Posted in Blog

iPhone4 & iPhone4S mini projector

We've just taken delivery of some of the great new Aiptek MobileCinema i50S mini projectors with backup battery for iPhone 4 & iPhone 4S & iPod Touch. Just slide your device into the LED SLED and your photos & videos can finally be seen by more than 1 person AND everyone doesn't have to jam around you to see.

View your photos and videos, surf the net, watch YouTube, all up on the wall in an image size of up to 60". The one iPhone accessory you just have to have, get 'em while they're HOT!


A Smart Data Projector

on Wednesday, 10 September 2014. Posted in Blog

Gone are the days when a data projector weighed a couple of kilos and stayed fixed on a ceiling or rooted to a table. Today, most corporate and home entertainment systems rely on a portable data projector. A portable projector is easy to carry around and it removes the constraints of installation of a fixed screen for display or availability of a power supply or problems with viewing angle. The projection size can also vary and the range can go from 7" to 100". Thus, a portable projector can be used to deliver presentations to an audience in the boardroom or to watch movies on the big screen at home.

Types of Projector Screens

on Tuesday, 09 September 2014. Posted in Blog

Depending on their use and purpose, projector screens can be of various types.

Mounted Projector Screens

Manual wall screens

Electric screens

Grey projector screens

Mobile screens

The Final Word

Which Projector Screen?

on Monday, 08 September 2014. Posted in Blog

Shopping takes time because of the wide range of choices available to choose from. Like any other product in the market, a projector screen is also available in a variety of sizes and forms. Thankfully, choosing the right projector screen might not be as difficult as choosing the right pair of jeans. If one has the right requirements, buying a projector screen will definitely not take hours.

Projectors - Enhancing Visual Imagery

on Sunday, 07 September 2014. Posted in Blog

Since the invention of the “magic lantern” in the sixteenth century, projectors have changed the way we see things. Gone are the days when people used to cramp and sit in front of a single desktop screen to understand a certain problem. These days, projectors have become quite inexpensive and can be found in all offices, big or small. Projectors have also found a vital place in our homes, as they are the perfect companion to a home theatre system. Cheaper than LCDs, the projectors are capable of projecting videos on much larger surface areas than the dimensions of the LCD screens. Moreover, portable video projectors can help turn any room of your house into a home theatre system.

What to Expect from a Portable Projector

on Saturday, 06 September 2014. Posted in Blog

Ever since the invention of the smartphone, all electronic devices are endeavoring to become smarter with every passing day. Most devices today are capable of multi-tasking and they generally pack more functions than what is expected of them. Not only this, electronic devices today are growing sleeker and smaller to fit right into the palm of our hands. The portable projector has succeeded in this transition and we can find mini projectors that can easily fit into our pockets.

The Mobile Mini Projector - Work Smart

on Friday, 05 September 2014. Posted in Blog

In the 20th century, the world moved from mini to micro to nano. The 21st century followed suit.  Compact is the latest trend and from clothes to electronics - everything is becoming sleeker. Projectors have also transformed greatly over the past decade. Today, the handheld mini projector has become the preferred choice over the bulky fixed projector.

Portable Projector Screens

on Friday, 05 September 2014. Posted in Blog

Finding suitable portable projector screens after you have purchased that projector that you needed so much can sometimes be a daunting task.  On most occasions, you are looking for portable projector screens that can fit into the corner of your choice, or can be easily adjustable in a location that will not obstruct movement in the office, classroom or even your living room.  Even more, you may also expect it to match your room size, ambient light, and projector luminosity in order for your picture quality to be optimized.

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