We're organising our first Drupal meetup and have a practical question.
A lot of our presentations will be tutorial/training focused, with demonstrations of websites, walking through Drupal configuration steps, and code walkthroughs.
We need a projector/screen display method that's good enough for everyone in our workspace to see (20 - 25 people). There's no point in doing code walkthroughs if the people at the back of the room can't actually read the code that is being talked about, because the resolution is too low and the code isn't legible.
So the default option I thought of, would be a 1280x800 resolution project, something like http://www.expertreviews.co.uk/projectors/1287787/epson-eb-w12 or alternatively, a 50inch+ screen which would not create as large an image, but would be super crystal clear.
Does anyone here have experience with doing live configuration and code walkthroughs in a presentation, and if yes, what resolution/specs do you think we need on our projector in order to get a good result?
I've already got an opinion from someone, but as we could be spending a lot of money on this, I'd like to double check by socialising the problem with the community. Any help would be much appreciated.