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Projectors and pictures

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by nunew33, Feb 3, 2004.

  1. nunew33

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    Wife bought some posters and got them framed.

    She didnt ask for non reflective glass:mad:! This is what happens when I let her think for herself. Back to the scullery me thinks. [glances over shoulder hoping she will never discover this site]

    So with a picture on the side walls near the screen, is there anyway I can coat the glass so that I dont see films in triplicate or am I forced to reglaze?
     
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    Face the pictures against the wall when you put a film on.
     
  3. nunew33

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    Not a goer. These pictures are poster size and heavily framed. Was hoping to buy a spray of somekind but cant find anything. So have gone for hanging sheets over them.
     
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    Be a Man! take em down and tell er if she EVER does it again there'll be trouble! and then go off to the pub :smashin:
     
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    Maybe I will, after Ive made tea,, done the washing up, dusted around, put the children to bed and done the ironing
     
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    replace the glass with 2mm antiglare
     
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    First the curtains now this – I think it’s time you put a banning order on your wife re: cinema room!

    Never heard of or seen an anti-glare spray for glass (I collect film posters too). Think the sheet idea is a good one – only other (expensive if using framer) option I can see is the non-reflective glass one. Would save a lot of money if you could do it yourself.
     
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    You say the posters are on the side walls facing the screen? Isn't there any way of changing the angle from which the light is reflected? You only ever see a reflection of 90 degrees so you would be unlucky if your display so happens to be at this angle.

    If it was me I would just reposition them closer to the screen to offset the angle. Some pics would be helpfull though.
     

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