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« on: March 09, 2012, 08:04:24 PM »

Hi, I am new to these forums.  First I would like to say what an amazing project this is.  It works really good, and has impressed the heck out of my co-workers.

My question is, I was wondering how well this system works with rear projectors.  We are getting ready for a trade show in a few months, and wanted to use smoothboard for our booth resentations.  As we have a smaller booth, we wanted to use a short throw projector, and put it onto a large 90" screen.   The idea is to also hide the wiimotes behind the screen. 

Will the wiimotes be able to get a good view of the screen from such a short distance?  Has anyone tried something like this before?
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« Reply #1 on: March 10, 2012, 06:41:37 AM »

Hi, I am new to these forums.  First I would like to say what an amazing project this is.  It works really good, and has impressed the heck out of my co-workers.

My question is, I was wondering how well this system works with rear projectors.  We are getting ready for a trade show in a few months, and wanted to use smoothboard for our booth resentations.  As we have a smaller booth, we wanted to use a short throw projector, and put it onto a large 90" screen.   The idea is to also hide the wiimotes behind the screen. 

Will the wiimotes be able to get a good view of the screen from such a short distance?  Has anyone tried something like this before?

Hi,

You can use it behind the screen.

If space is an issue, you may use mirrors behind the screen for the Wiimote.

Regards,
Boon Jin
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