This is very interesting Kraine, any idea what the advantages are over other similar technologies such as Black Diamond which is considered to be one of the best optical screen technologies currently. Must admit, the screen shots on the french site showing scenes from Casino Royale look very nice. Furthermore, the pics you posted above are not showing up.
It would be good to establish the following:-
1. Gain ?
2. Viewing angle ?
3. Image fidelity ?
4. Performance in typical interiors with light walls and ambient light ?
5. Ambient light rejection from all sides ?
6. How close is it to using a reference white screen in a completely dark room ?
7. Ability to retain detail in whites and blacks in high contrast images in non-dedicated rooms ?
These screens seem promising because a wide viewing cone, excellent image fidelity and good ambient light rejection especially from the sides could mean that users could enjoy a fantastic large image using projectors such as the JVC range or the Optoma 90 series which are excellent projectors but lack the brightness required for large screens and 3D viewing.
What screen did you get ?