Portable screens can be your companion where you want it to carry which can be stashed away in a closet until use for next time. With increasing usage of technology, the popularity of movable projectors is rapidly growing. They can be ideal choice for traveling businessmen who are clumsy about figuring out the best spot to set up a projector or used for classrooms and conference rooms where presenters don’t want people walking between the screen and the projector, blocking the image. You are up fronted with some doubts and questions in mind when it comes to buying a projector. Fortunately, we are here to help with it all covering everything from industry terms like throw ratio and lumens to best use cases and what it all means when it comes to choosing the right projector for you. Whether in a home theatre setup, a big screen gaming experience or a straight business application, screens can be handy in any circumstances transforming the viewing experience. Market offers a lot of options when it comes to buying a projector, but your intended usage will drive a big impact on the product you choose.
Here are the main aspects that needs to be considered when opting for a handy projector screen: Size – this is a little more important as it would define the space where you put up your screen. For most people, the room width is more than its length, so when it comes to epic movie watching, considering a wider aspect ratio is the choice. Aspect ratio refers to the proportions between the width of the screen compared with its height and most HDTV broadcasts are 16×9, so a 16-foot-wide screen would be 9 feet tall which is also known as 1.78:1. A simple way to fulfil the criteria for viewing a wide screens is to zoom out the projector which would allow for a 2.35:1 image spilling some light above and below the screen. Another method is using anamorphic lens, like those Panamorph which would stretch the image horizontally giving a normal look and filling a 2.35:1 screen. Gain is another factor that should be considered which talks about how much screens reflect light comparing to uniform reflecting surface, for example a 2.0-gain screen reflects twice as much light than a 1.0-gain screen.
Some of our best portable projector screen are 5-Second series, Drape, Reflexion, Tripod, Tripod B and many more which large-sized free-standing portable “pull-up” screen and portable design. A combo of both small and large venues, Reflexion portable projection screen comes with tripod screens with the quick set up of our ezCinema Series and free stands. Whereas the 5 second series comes with a hassle free versatile solution of casing to the demanded height in just 5-seconds. It constitutes of Elite’s MaxWhite® Fiberglass (FG) 1.1 Gain material with wide diffusion uniformity and is encased in an ATA wheeled aluminium. For more details visit at http://elitescreens.com/products/portable-projection-screens
A thin sheet of transparent flexible material, typically that of cellulose acetate, onto which figures can be drawn is what transparency can be defined to be which are then placed on an overhead projector for display to an audience those application can be seen in many companies and organizations using them as a system of projectors and transparencies in meetings and other groupings of people. AcousticPro UHD (ultra-high definition) is one such example of a self-supported transparent front projection screen material which maximizes sound penetration with minimal attenuation without compromising picture quality. Its wide diffusion uniformity offers a wide viewing angle with superb picture quality across the entire surface providing equal brightness levels on or off axis. Transparent screen can go a long with our guarantee of service. For more details visit at http://elitescreens.com/front/front/productdetail/product/101