Reference White is our brightest colour and comparable to 'traditional' white screens. It is ideally suited for long projection distances, optimum light return, for the best possible brilliance in well-darkened home theatres with no or very little ambient light, and no or very little unwanted reflections bouncing off walls and ceiling. It is also suitable for very large areas.
It allows anyone to transform any smooth paintable surface into a high performance projection screen. Screen Goo paint products are ideal for home theater, commercial, educational or industrial front or rear 2D or 3D projection applications. They had a painted screen with the upper right corner untreated.
The difference in the treated verses the untreated area was remarkable. After seeing many other screen companies at the convention, I was somewhat dismayed by their prices.
Some custom screens are in the thousands of dollars! The cost of projectors has certainly come down, but that is not the case for some of the screens.
Thus, I became interested in putting the product to the test. Goo Systems offers ten Screen Goo coating products. Front projection users can now choose from a wide variety of different coating combinations for ultimate performance with any projector in any setting.
Goo Systems has engineered a rear projection screen coating as well. Since I do not personally own a projector system, I needed a volunteer. In this review, I will be applying Screen Goo in a church auditorium. Preparation and Application Before launching into this project, I went to the Screen Goo website and carefully read the detailed instructions that they posted on the proper technique that is needed to provide optimal application.
For those of you that do not like to read, a comprehensive video is also provided so you can watch, step by step, and actual application process. There is a correct way…and a wrong way to apply Screen Goo, so following the application method is important for good results. If you have questions before starting this project, the folks at Screen Goo Systems have a hot-line to call and are quite responsive with e-mail as well.
After a quick tutorial I both read and watched the videofelt ready to begin my project. This allows the congregation to follow along with the words of the music, but leaves the singers on stage facing the back of the auditorium and holding sheet music.
Recently, a new projector was installed that beamed the same front firing image onto the back wall for the singers to follow. Unfortunately, without a screen, the image looked washed out on the back wall which was painted in a matte white finish.
The auditorium was moderately well lit, not only with interior lighting, but with outside light coming in through windows that lined the length of the auditorium. Screen Goo Systems sent me a ml high contrast kit which was more than enough for this project.
The kit contained everything I would need for my project with the exception of a ladder and roller brush extension handle.
Included in the kit were one paint pan, 2 rollers, painters tape, 1 can of base, 1 can of finish sealer, 1 small foam brush for painting the frame, 1 can of black trim paint, and 1 roll of black velvet tape for the outside edge should you choose not to paint an outside trim.
To determine my screen size, I simply turned on the Sanyo projector and let it display its blue screen. It provided a 4: While the blue screen was being thrown, I got out my ladder and applied the tape along the outside of the image.
The great thing about Goo is that you can completely customize the screen you want, whether 4: I know of at least one custom job where an architect painted his entire wall with Goo so that when the projector was off, you could not see the screen area on the wall.
Believe me; you get a lot of versatility with this product. Once my screen area had been taped off, I was ready for the application. The first layer I applied was the high contrast reflective coat. The one thing I wished was that the paint cans were more clearly marked as to its contents.
The first coat was called the reflective coat, which confused me for a minute into thinking it was the final coat. Perhaps can 1 and can 2 would have made the choice even easier to get right.Projection Screen Paint by Paint On Screen can be applied to any surface, is rated #1, water-based, easy to apply and very affordable.
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Well, you'll need more than a projector and comfy chairs. It's a common misconception: You can't just aim your projector at a bare white wall and drool over your $1, projector's stellar. The line of Screen Goo paints for projection screens includes four different paint finishes designed to meet different front projection environments; a fifth paint solution is also available but this is designed for rear projection application.
To start, if you want to learn more about the psychology and design behind reaching large groups of people effectively, then you should consider reading more about projection mapping. 23 June Investment announcement: Y Soft Ventures has become a major investor of LUMITRIX s.r.o., investing USD 1 million in the marketing, product development and sales network growth.
Welcome on board, Ysoft! The first round of investment from Y Soft Ventures will enable LumiTRIX to build global sales channels and accelerate the future product development.