World's first 200" optical rear projection screen, 140"-200" (4:3)
With an image area up to 4 x 3 metres, the dnp Giant Wide Angle (GWA) Screen offers the size of a 5 x 5 40” cube videowall – but in a single screen. This makes the screen well suited for projection of large high-quality images in conference and control rooms with long viewing distances.
The GWA Screen is designed especially for projection to large audiences and produces bright, sharp images over a broad viewing area.
The GWA Screen is a single element optical system with two active lens surfaces. Due to its optical lens design, the dnp GWA Screen offers very good brightness uniformity and contrast levels.
GWA Screens are available in sizes from 140” – 200” in 4:3 format. On request the screens can be cut down to 16:9 widescreen format up to 180”. Screens in sizes from 140” – 160” can be ordered ready-mounted in the dnp frame system to make installation easier. A special rigid 40 x 40 mm square aluminium frame is available for screens in size range 161” – 200”. The screen is prefitted with the frame’s top section for easy removal from the crate. This special framing system is supplied as standard with all screens from 161” – 200”.
- Optical Fresnel lens system
- High image brightness
- Exceptional contrast levels
- Compatible with all standard projectors
- 4K compatible
- 140"-200" in 4:3
- Up to 180" in 16:9 widescreen
- Screen, gloves, quality certificate
Unlike conventional, passive, diffusion screens, optical rear projection screens from dnp denmark are dynamic. The built-in lens system focuses projected light at right angles to the screen and distributes it across a wide viewing area. This enhances the rear-projected image for optimum viewing, delivering sharp and crisp high-contrast images even where issues such as ambient light, reflections and difficult viewing angles are present.
dnp optical rear projection screens provide up to 4 times the brightness and clarity of a conventional large screen TV. They are the ultimate solution for displaying large screen images in brightly lit rooms or even outdoors.