But you don’t look at the projector, you look at the screen. How do you select from the many thousands of screen options so your client has the perfect display for presenting their unique content?
Let us guide you to the right choice with as many supporting services as you could possibly imagine.
Today’s cutting edge, powerful and futureproof projection technologies continue to drive demand for projection solutions. Game changing innovations in laser projection means that most modern projectors offer 20,000 hours of high performance maintenance free operation. Crucially, this means they can be installed and managed just like large format flat panel displays, but without some of their critical limitations.
Using projection as your display technology means you can use the DISCAS image size standard to give your client exactly the size they need. Projected images can be scaled to the exact size needed - and in any format or shape.
Projection breaks into two categories: front projection and rear projection. Front projection is where the projector is usually mounted on the ceiling, floor or back wall and shines at the front of the screen. Rear projection systems position the projector behind a screen made from advanced translucent material to show images from the front.
Another recent advance is in so-called UST (ultra short throw) lenses. Professional installation grade projectors now have options where the projector is placed literally just above or just below the screen to create incredibly compact installations where even the closest viewers can’t cast shadows. Suitable UST projection screens are included in our comprehensive product ranges.
As this implies, these applications need screen materials of widely varying properties. Although we are best known for our ALR (ambient light rejecting) screens, and in particular the dnp Supernova technologies, this is only one of our products.
We distribute and manufacture screens for each and every application, allowing you to show perfect images on virtually any surface, from conventional meeting and teaching space walls, floors, windows and to almost any object you can think of.
See the Projection vs LED comparison article for more information about choosing the right screen for you.