So you just bought a projector, and it’s beautiful! But you have noticed that the image is smaller than what you expected. In this article, we’ll show you how to make things larger on your projector screen.
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Move projector further away
If you’re trying to enlarge a projector image, the first thing that comes to mind is: “Move the projector further away.” That’s right—you’ll need to keep both your screen and projector at the same distance from each other. The size of your screen will be bigger but its resolution will be smaller. You can do this by moving your computer monitor or TV closer or farther away from where it’s currently situated.
Increase throw ratio (if possible)
If you have a projector with a throw ratio of 1:1, the image will be the same size as your screen. If you want to make it bigger, move the projector closer to your screen (or vice versa). The farther away from center stage that you place your projector, the larger its image will appear on-screen.
If possible, try moving both objects farther apart so that each has more room for movement and motion blur when viewed from different angles – this allows them each to play out their own unique role in creating cinematic effects and overall effect quality!
Zoom in on the lens (if possible)
If you’re using a zoom lens, try to zoom in on the lens. If your projector has a throw ratio of 1 or 2 (1x and 2x), increase this value by 2X or 3X respectively.
If possible, move the projector further away from your screen so that it fills more of the frame when you’re zooming in. A wide angle projection lens will also help fill more of the frame with an enlarged image
Use a wide angle projection lens
If you want to enlarge your projector image, the best way to do it is with a wide angle projection lens. This special type of lens will make your image look bigger on the screen, but it won’t be cheap. A good quality wide angle projection lens can cost anywhere between $100 and $300 or more depending on its size and quality.
If you’re looking for something cheaper than an expensive professional grade wide angle projection lens (which should be avoided), then consider buying one from Amazon instead! Just make sure that it’s compatible with your particular projector model before purchasing one just in case there are any compatibility issues between them – because if there is not enough room out there for both types at once then we’d recommend choosing one over another since they won’t clash much anyway.”
You have options when you need to make a projector image bigger
If your projector’s lens is not very wide, you can use a wide angle projection lens. This will enlarge the image and make it appear larger on screen.
If your projector doesn’t have a zoom function, then moving it farther away from the screen may help with increasing throw ratio (the distance between where light hits an object and its reflection).
These are all great options for making your image bigger, but if none of them work then it’s time to move on. In this case, you can simply use a different projector or get an even better one that will solve the problem. I hope this article has helped you learn more about how projection works and what can be done when it doesn’t work as expected.