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Tom's $300 DIY video projector

Dan Wu
November 15, 2004
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After figuring out that those $20 multimedia projector plans available on eBay are completely bogus (what a shock), Tom's Hardware decided to just make their own with a used computer LCD monitor and our favorite high-tech school learning device (when we were in school that is): the overhead projector. They took apart a $200 15-inch iiyama LCD, placed it onto a $50 Liesegang overhead projector, and voila, you've got a six-foot display on the wall. It's probably the cheapest way to possible get in on that large screen TV action. 

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