Da-Lite’s Tensioned Advantage Electric Screen is Available in the Modus VR Visual Experience Platform
Da-Lite announced its Tensioned Advantage electric screen with SightLine cable drop is available in the latest release of the Modus VR visual experience platform. Available as an option with the company’s Tensioned Advantage and Advantage electric screens, SightLine gives the impression of a floating screen. The single roller design suspension system features three or four thin cables that can accommodate drop distances up to 70” (standard) and 10’ (optional) between the ceiling and the top of the screen. The company says this eliminates the need for the traditional black border above the projection screen and simplifies AV setups by creating space above a screen to place cameras or speakers, while its low-profile design preserves a room’s architectural integrity.
Da-Lite says Modus VR provides software tools that accelerate the design and sales process of commercial AV projects. Unlike other rendering packages, Modus allows for real-time presentation and on-the-fly changes, which the company says results in fewer meetings and faster alignment among stakeholders. In addition to its speed, Modus works with manufacturers to visualize the capabilities of real-world products, demystifying harder-to-understand concepts like microphone pickup patterns, camera field of view, speaker coverage and more. Once a project is complete, Da-Lite says Modus provides tools for generating traditional renders, 360s, line drawings and a bill of materials in seconds.
Da-Lite joins other Legrand | AV products featured on the Modus VR platform. Currently, the company offers visualization for the Middle Atlantic Forum Collaboration Suite and C3 Series Credenza, as well as the Vaddio IntelliSHOT, RoboFLIP, RoboSHOT 12E and 30E, TableMIC Microphone and CeilingMIC Microphone products.