Originally Posted by yuweimichael
This comes a long way. Thanks for all interests and now we are ready everyone. We have fixed frame going for first shipment next month. If any of you mention you saw my post on the avsforum, we will give you a 100" 16:9 velvet fixed frame promotional price for $999.
Other products will follow by motorized, panorama, curved, and rear commercial application by end of this year.
We will be at the Infocomm and CEDIA this year. Please visit us.
Please check our latest web site at www.microlitescreen.com
You can also follow us on the facebook at https://www.facebook.com/microlitescreen
This might be grand news!
This screen is very intriguing to try. I have a few questions and a suggestion. Suggestion first: as Eyleron said, you should spell-check the entire site. A lot of mistakes there, and wording really gives away that the makers are non-native English speakers. Also, the site was very hard to browse on a mobile. But that is of less importance.
I have several questions:
1) What do you mean by "depth of field"? You use it all the time on your site. This term is never used in relation to projector screens. Because the picture itself is 2D, there is no depth to it. Unless we speak of stereoscopic images. But in that case,the screen type or brand should have no effect on depth of field either.
2) You speak of 5um screen structure. Can you present a real-world picture, a photo of the screen surface?
3) You promise no shimmering or sparkles. That is the hardest thing for me to believe. Can I order a screen sample from you so I can judge for myself?
EDIT: A few quotes from the screen brochure that I find in need of revision:
Our optical film only uses 5 micro um in comparison to other competitors who use over 60 micron um
You either write um, or micrometre, or micron. This usage is redundant and inconsistent.
Because of its high gain material,Microlitescreen does not have visible sparkling on the image.
Sorry, but those people that have some experience with projection screens know otherwise. The logic is inverted: the higher gain the screen material is, the more it will sparkle. That was the general rule up until now.
The Microlitescreen image screen has fine details and a deep depth of field thanks to the 5um microstructure.
The way you insist again and again on this depth of field thing the more I'm imagining things that can be described with a term: image artifact. Are you imposing some additional depth to the image with your screen that isn't in the source? Such deviation from the source might be interpreted as an image artifact.
I think what you really mean to say is... just 'depth'? The perceived depth to the image which comes only with high contrast.