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Title: Projector mount
Created: 06.11.2010 13:58

Friday's quick project, a projector mount from a few pieces of scrap aluminum and an old video camera tripod head.

I've had the video camera head sitting in the shelf for a long time as I purchased a ballhead a couple years ago which is much better suited for photography. Now I re-purposed it to a sturdy projector mount.

I don't use a ceiling lamp so I just attached the mount to where the lamp would go and took the electricity from the same place so I can now turn the main power off from the wall switch.

At the moment I'm running the video signal to the projector via my VGA to RJ45 -adapters and some network cable until I get a long VGA cable as there is a little bit of ghosting visible on the picture (or maybe the network cable is bad, I don't remember was there any ghosting when I last used the adapters).
Friday's quick proje...
Friday's quick project, a projector mount from a few pieces of scrap aluminum and an old video camera tripod head.

I've had the video camera head sitting in the shelf for a long time as I purchased a ballhead a couple years ago which is much better suited for photography. Now I re-purposed it to a sturdy projector mount.

I don't use a ceiling lamp so I just attached the mount to where the lamp would go and took the electricity from the same place so I can now turn the main power off from the wall switch.

At the moment I'm running the video signal to the projector via my VGA to RJ45 -adapters and some network cable until I get a long VGA cable as there is a little bit of ghosting visible on the picture (or maybe the network cable is bad, I don't remember was there any ghosting when I last used the adapters).
Friday's quick proje...