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What is Video Projection?


Video projection refers to the technology of displaying video or other visual content on a surface, such as a screen or wall, using a projector. Projectors can use a variety of technologies, including digital light processing (DLP), liquid crystal display (LCD), or liquid crystal on silicon (LCoS), to project the image. Video projection is commonly used in a variety of settings, such as in movie theaters, conference rooms, and classrooms, to display video or computer content on a large screen.

Video Projector in Control Room American Movie Company
2001 A Space Odyssey. Front Screen Projection

Kubrick Used Front Screen Projection 2001 A Space Odyssey

Front Screen Projection

What is Front Screen Projection?

Front screen projection is a method of displaying images or video onto a screen or other surface by projecting the image or video onto the front of the screen, rather than the back. This type of projection is typically used in large-scale presentations, such as in movie theaters or conference halls, and allows for the image or video to be projected directly onto the screen, rather than being reflected off of a rear projection surface.

2001 A Space Odyssey. Front Screen Projection

Front Scren projection in 20001 a Space Odyssey

In the 1968 film “2001: A Space Odyssey,” front screen projection is used to create the illusion of the actors performing in front of a live background. This technique involves filming the actors on a sound stage against a blue or green screen and then projecting footage of the background onto a large screen in front of the actors. This allows the filmmakers to create a realistic-looking environment without the need for expensive and time-consuming location shoots.
Front Screen Projection In 20001

2001 A Space Odyssey. Front Screen Projection.


2001 A Space Odyssey. Front Screen Projection

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