For those who missed out on this tutorial the first time around: Tom’s Hardware shows you how to build an XGA projector with 3,500 ANSI lumens for just $300 — or less. Video after the jump.

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

[via engadget]

For those who missed out on this tutorial the first time around: Tom’s Hardware shows you how to build an XGA projector with 3,500 ANSI lumens for just $300 — or less. Video after the jump.

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

[via engadget]