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I know it isn't the situation you described, but if you can do rear projection, you might have better luck. It will still be very hard to get a projector give you an image you can live with during daylight, but rear projection might do better. If you had a storage shed, for example, where you can put the projector inside and make a screen that fits on the door? Open the door and then project from inside the shed to the back of the screen?
Just throwing out some ideas...
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