Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by mothball, Nov 3, 2004.
Has any one seen or heard of these day-light digital screens? The way of the future do you think?
I'm confused - are they selling these or just demo'ing them at the moment? The web site keeps displaying Microsoft OLE errors whenever you surf the products section.
It looks like they could be similar to the Sony black screens being developed... the problem is these are tiny in comparison to Sony's.
It's only 48", and it costs almost $1600 USD
Cost aside, they won't be all that useful for projectors unless they are in the 80-100" range.
Sony's screens are rumored to be released next summer for around $2000 for a 80-100" model.
I would like to introduce ourselves as I see some of you have been discussing our screens that we have been installing down under.
We have a stunning range of projection screens that will increase a projector image brightness by up to 2000% in fully lit rooms. Actually it is an interesting experience when folk see our screens and we turn the lights off...and the image brightness stays the same, whether lights on or off. We have some very well known clients like www.lesmills.co.nz www.unitedvideo.co.nz www.blockbuster.co.nz www.newworld.co.nz www.binarystar.com and of course private home theatres. These installs have screens ranging from 1.45m - 3m. We are currently working on projects where we will have 17m wide screens using our new 20 Gain Silver tension screens in some major offshore casinoes.
Apologies for those you have been to the web site last year. We hope that your experience will be more beneficial now. If you visit our news section you will see what we have been up to lately.
We have been exhibiting in about 8 expos here in NZ with the last where we had 8 screens setup at the www.pulpexpo.com computer gamers / scifi expo in March in Wellington, NZ. If you are in Brisbane, Australia 27-30 July for Cedia please make sure you visit us at the NEC stand where we will have a screen on their latest projector. We are planning to also be on other manufacturers stands as well.
Our full range now includes Motorised, Tension, Hard Surface, Concave, Retro all at 20 Gain and then a range of film based specialist screens ranging in 4 - 10 Gain performance. These include dual imaging screens, transparent, rear, high contrast, 30m wide screens.
The Sony screen mentioned in this thread is substantially less bright. Sony Style Shop here in NZ has expressed an interest in using our Tension screen featuring 20 gain / 170 deg angle of view.
I have attached an application sheet and comparison sheet for your information. We have a extensive collection of photos, brochures etc we can send you if you email me directly.
I welcome any queries about what you read here or see on our web site.
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