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[* black] Here's an inside look at the projector assembly sans the protective cover.
[* blackred] Light for projecting images is supplied by a very powerful LED that even has its own heat sink to conduct heat to the aluminum front panel.
[* blackorange] As light leaves the LED (shown in red) it passes through two prisms (shown in orange).
[* blackyellow] A good deal of engineered optical reflection allows the light emitted by the LED to reflect through an LCD or SXRD panel (shown in yellow) and head toward the mirror.
[* blackblue] Before bouncing off the angled mirror and exiting the camera, the projected image passes through a focusing lens (shown in blue) connected to the slider on the top panel.
[* blackred] Light for projecting images is supplied by a very powerful LED that even has its own heat sink to conduct heat to the aluminum front panel.
[* blackorange] As light leaves the LED (shown in red) it passes through two prisms (shown in orange).
[* blackyellow] A good deal of engineered optical reflection allows the light emitted by the LED to reflect through an LCD or SXRD panel (shown in yellow) and head toward the mirror.
[* blackblue] Before bouncing off the angled mirror and exiting the camera, the projected image passes through a focusing lens (shown in blue) connected to the slider on the top panel.