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Projection screens are an inseparable part of any data projector installation. The projection surface directs light from the projector to the spectator, enhancing image brightness and contrast to make the image better visible. Several types of modern projection screens are available. They differ in their supporting structure, with every type of projection screen being appropriate for different client’s requirements. 

Types of projection screens:

  • Manually operated wall screens are suitable for smaller rooms, as they are manufactured up to 240 cm of width.
  • Powered wall screens are manufactured from 200 cm to 20 m and even more. These are universal projection screens that can be installed on a wall or under the ceiling, however, also their mounting in the installation tube directly in the soffit is possible.
  • Frame projection screens are appropriate for home cinemas, special applications with a 3D surface, but also for common meeting rooms or conference halls and university auditoriums.
  • Mobile tripod projection screens enable the quickest preparation for a presentation. They are available as a tripod version, with a floor stand or with a table top stand.
  • Mobile frame projection screens are intended for large format projection where a screen cannot be installed permanently.

  • The properties of a projection screen are mainly determined by the type of projection surface. Available are surfaces for rear and front projection. When the projector is located at the same side of the screen as the audience, a front projection is used. With rear projection, the projector is located on the opposite side and illuminates the projection surface from the back. In order to achieve the best image quality, DNP optical projection surfaces are used. They are manufactured both for rear projection (optical rear projection screens) and for front projection – Supernova. In both of these cases, the projection screen directs the light from the projector to the audience using various optical elements and layers. On the other hand, the screen absorbs the remaining light present in the room.

For standard use, diffuse surfaces are generally applied, diffusing the light coming from the projector in all directions.

AV MEDIA RECOMMENDS PROJECTA AND MW PROJECTION SCREENS AND DNP OPTICAL PROJECTION SURFACES:

PROJECTA  MW   DNP

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The properties of a projection screen are mainly determined by the type of projection surface. Available are surfaces for rear and front projection. When the projector is located at the same side of the screen as the audience, a front projection is used. With rear projection, the projector is located on the opposite side and illuminates the projection surface from the back. In order to achieve the best image quality, DNP optical projection surfaces are used. They are manufactured both for rear projection (optical rear projection screens) and for front projection – Supernova. In both of these cases, the projection screen directs the light from the projector to the audience using various optical elements and layers. On the other hand, the screen absorbs the remaining light present in the room.



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