The rainbow effect is sometimes found on DLP projectors.
A special kind of projector that is similar to the meotar projector.
The lamp is a key part of the projector that acts as a light source in its optical system.
Zoom is a feature that tells you how many times the projector's optical system can magnify the projected image.
Picture in Picture (PIP) means displaying two images (video or photo) from two different sources next to each other.
FOV (Field of view) is the angle formed between your view and the projected image. The closer you are to the image and the longer the diagonal, the greater the angle, and vice versa.
Keystone correction is a function that corrects the output image if a projector is not placed perpendicular to the horizontal centerline of the screen (too high or too low).
The native resolution is the number of pixels (pixels) a projector can horizontally and vertically project. Generally, the higher the native resolution, the more detailed the picture and the bigger working or gaming area it will provide.