How can you easily and fairly inexpensively add visualization?
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    Default How can you easily and fairly inexpensively add visualization?

    I read the article about DIY visualization, but I'm wondering how do you actually project it? I ended up downloading MacroMeez and it seems really cool and I was just wondering how I could incorporate it into perfomances without spending lots big $$ on a projector and how otther DJTT'ers incorporate them in to performances!

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    What's your budget? They sell small, but powerful pocket projectors for anywhere from $200-$800 USD.
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    Budget wise I'd say its probably around $200 or $300. Thanks for the suggestion of pocket projectors this looks like a viable option!

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    Sorry to hijack the thread here, but is there a way to run MacroMeez+mini projector on the same computer you mix on?

    At the moment, im using an Old Xbox 360 linked to a projector as the visual's on that are pretty cool and can be controlled with a controller, but a smaller setup for houseparties and the like would be good.
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    Thats pretty much what I want to do if its possible. Hopefully someone is running a set up with something simular

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    Cheap projector nothing fancy, can keep you off your phone during you're set if that's an issue

    http://lifehacker.com/5863761/build-...round-a-dollar

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    I'd reccomend looking in to something like MusicBeam. All you need is a projecter and an optional fog machine and your golden.
    Last edited by DJwindowsJedi; 03-16-2013 at 08:13 AM.
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