surely no projector can be truly perpendicular to its projection surface and will create a skewed image which wuld need to be created.
im trying to work out my throw distance, id like to get an ultra short throw and have the projector directly at the feet of the frame which is holding my acrylic, but the screen will be at 45 degrees from horizontal, can this be corrected on the projector? is it that it can but not as wide as 45 degrees? is it advisable to avoid anything other than a true perpendicular projected image? how does it affect throw distance?
any help anyone could give would be appreciated. if it turns out it cant correct skew then my throw distance will be double and ill have to get a projector with a normal throw.