Firstly I would Like to Credit tanntraad for The original Concept, See Here: https://www.instructables.com/id/Make-an-iPod-Video-Projector/
It is very simple and Only requires 4 Key items.
Step 1: Items You Will Need...
A Cardboard Box Atleast 2x wider than your iPod and two inches Longer,
A Projector Lens from a Slide Projector (I Bought my one from eBay for ÃÂ£11 and it Has a 1:2.8/100 aspect Ratio,
A Hand Mirror that is larger than the iPod Screen,
Gluesticks for a Glue gun that you have.
Calipers (for measuring),
A Ruler in MM,
Lets Get Cracking!
Step 2: Work Out Your Focusing
Step 3: Build Time!
2. Position the Mirror depending on your focusing Diagram at 45 Degrees. You will have to Cut a Hole in the Side but Keep the Cardboard from the Cutout, if you have a handle as well cut a hole for this in the Opposite side.
3. Cut a hole in the top above the Mirror the same size as your iPod's screen with 10mm around each edge to allow for tolerance for adjustment.
4. Test in a dark room to finalize positioning with iPod in Place.
5. When you are Happy Glue gun the Mirror in Place.
Step 4: Add Stands
Keep the spots on the Lego Bricks touching the floor; glue the underside of the Lego Bricks to the Underside of the Projector because of the increased Surface area.
Step 5: Showtime!
Firstly Select your media and then Simply Plug in your Speakers or RCA Cable for sound and then Place the iPod over the Hole on the top and it is Showtime.
You will need to focus it depending on the Throw Distance and the lens setup. Do this by rotating the lens bnarrel on its thread and you may need to push/pull the lens to position it.
NB: The first five pictures were taken in a Bright room and the Camera does not really do it much justice.