Screen Innovations Zero-G Pro CarbonBlack Screen Tries to Compete With Da-Lite SightLine

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Screen Innovations (SI) announced the new Zero-G Pro CarbonBlack, an ALR “levitating” projection screen that can be produced in sizes up to 300 inches diagonally, with up to 16’ of levitation (think Da-Lite SightLine).

Zero-G Pro CarbonBlack Levitating Motorized Rollable projection screen deploys and retracts on demand as needed. This retractable screen feature makes it an aesthetically pleasing choice for all places, such as stage, House of Worship facilities, auditoriums, restaurants, conference rooms, training facilities, military, hospitality and more. CarbonBlack harnesses the power and resolution of 4K laser projectors for projects that require exceptional performance and design flexibility for large, immersive viewing experiences.

Zero-G Pro includes all the necessary rigging and mounting brackets for various installations, including rigging and flying from a ceiling joist or ceiling mount. For dark room applications, Zero-G Pro is also available in SI’s popular Pure White 1.3 projection screen material.

CarbonBlack Material Features:

  • CarbonBlack’s 95% contrast is preserved in brightly lit environments, preserving the black levels.
  • Edge Blend — with CarbonBlack to seamlessly combine multiple projectors and create immersive and large-scale displays.
  • Works with all Projection Lens Options: Ultra-short Throw, projected from above or below, Standard Throw, Native 4k and Laser.
  • 160° Viewing Cone, Vertically and Horizontally. Everyone is in the sweet spot! Offset Projectors, Ultra Short Throw and Standard Throw. No edge drops.
  • CarbonBlack fabric materials are easy to transport and install as it is foldable and portable, 10x less load-in/out, time, energy and transport.
  • CarbonBlack is available in an Acoustically Transparent option — CarbonBlack performs well as an acoustically transparent material, and it also carries the same ambient light rejecting qualities as its non-acoustic variation.