Filmmaker and interactive video artist Tim Bartlett (who recently created the Kentile Floors Sign Illuminated project) shared with us a handy way to build an efficient video projection rig around your Raspberry Pi. Self-Contained Projector Rig:
I was recently asked to provide a video projection for the Proteus Gowanus ball, and assembled my most compact, self-contained projector rig to date. It involves Velcroing a Raspberry Pi computer to my homemade projector mount, which can be clamped anywhere with standard film grip gear. When plugged in, 1080p video plays in a loop. The projector is small but bright, a 3,000 lumen Optoma TW-1692.
Getting the video to start and loop automatically was fairly simple, but required several stops on the internet…
…I loaded the video onto the device, strapped everything together — projector, mount, Raspberry Pi (in a Pibow Timber case), multiplug, USB power adapter, HDMI cable, safety cable, extension cord — plugged it in, and it ran. Just like that.
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