Screen Innovations Will Show FlexGlass Rear-Projection Screen Material at ISE 2023
Screen Innovations (SI) will be at ISE 2023 in Stand #2K500, showing the installation versatility of its FlexGlass rear-projection screen material. SI’s FlexGlass re-invents rear-projection screens by providing integrators with a surface that’s durable yet bendable boasts a low profile of just 2-1/2 millimeters thick, and is available in sizes up to 30,785 millimeters wide by 2,616 millimeters tall.
These features make FlexGlass a highly versatile rear-projection screen, supporting applications including digital signage, projection blending, short-throw projection, and as a traditional rear-projection surface. Completely bendable, FlexGlass can be configured in a number of ways, such as an S-Shape against a curved wall and even a 360-degree circle. FlexGlass is designed and engineered with ambient light-rejecting properties and to eliminate hot spotting that can often occur with rear-projection installations. Engineered from the same material as bulletproof glass, FlexGlass is extremely durable for use in any environment.
Plus, due to its flexible composition, FlexGlass can be rolled up for shipping for delivery to the job site, minimizing the cost and labor typically incurred when shipping and handling a standard rigid rear-projection screen.
FlexGlass is just one of many SI screen solutions showcased at ISE 2023, including Solo 3, SI’s new designer line of stylish indoor and outdoor motorized projection screen cassettes; and legacy favorites, such as Black Diamond and Zero-G.
Exhibiting the remarkable versatility of FlexGlass are two distinctly different installations of the product. FlexGlass was recently utilized on the set of “Star Trek: Picard” as the main console on the bridge of the series’ U.S.S Stargazer. Able to curve to fit the parameters of the set design, FlexGlass afforded an installation-friendly solution that was also able to maintain bright, vivid imagery despite high ambient light levels. Applications of FlexGlass will be even more prominently displayed during Season 3.
The bendability of FlexGlass came in handy once again in a project spearheaded by the systems integration firm Wipliance. In this case, FlexGlass was used as a “virtual reality window” to display to prospective buyers of luxury high-rise condo units the outdoor view from any of the upper-level residences. As the centerpiece of the developer’s sales center, the 183-inch FlexGlass screen and the images presented on it helped seal many deals. Read more about it here.
ISE 2023 attendees can witness the design and configuration attributes of Screen Innovations’ FlexGlass screen at the collaborative Technology Integration Partners exhibit, Stand #2K500. Systems integrators can learn more about SI’s complete line of residential and commercial shade and screen solutions at www.screeninnovations.com