Screen Innovations Adds Screen for Tall Ceilings

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SI’s new Zero-G offers an “extended maximum drop” to solve the problem that integrators often have when specifying a motorized screen where extremely tall ceilings make it all but impossible. Zero-G has no black mask above the viewing surface. Instead, the Zero-G screen is housed in a two-piece tube that is suspended from Ultra-High Molecular […]

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Seymour-Screen Introduces Color Temperature-Tunable Back-Lighting Kit for Film Screens

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Seymour-Screen Excellence has brought to market the CEDIA channel’s first-ever tunable white bias lighting kit. The offering is unique in that it can be adjusted from 3,000K to 20,000K to achieve a true 6,500K Kelvin color temperature Properly-calibrated back-lighting (also known as hue) behind and around the film screen serves to improve contrast and reduce […]

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Da-Lite To Unveil 16K-Ready Ambient Light Rejecting (ALR) Surfaces At InfoComm

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Ambient Light Rejection (ALR) surfaces provide a brighter image in high ambient light environments, allowing users to benefit from larger, more affordable displays that look like flat panels. The latest additions to the ALR lineup include electric screen options as well as additional surfaces that can accommodate borderless screens as well as large venue options. […]

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dnp Will Be Doing It With the Lights On at InfoComm

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dnp wants you to Do it With the Lights On! The company will be showcasing their latest ALR (Ambient Light Rejection) Screens at InfoComm in Orlando, Fla. Their lineup will soon feature eight different ALR Screens including a large format dnp Supernova Infinity, dnp Supernova Blade, dnp LaserPanel Touch with special cabinetry and other unique solutions from its family of […]

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Draper’s New TecVision Grey Surface Projection Screen Tackles Ambient Light

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Draper’s new TecVision CH1200X ALR is a grey surface designed specifically to address ambient light rejection (ALR) applications. With an ALR rating of 20, the Draper says its TecVision CH1200X ALR rejects 80 percent of the ambient light not being produced by the projector. Designed for environments with high ambient lighting and controlled viewing angles, the CH1200X ALR is a high-contrast surface helping black retention […]

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