Join Date: Jun 2001
Location: Baltimore, Maryland 21209
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It sounds like you have a novel approach, doing it that way. I would however make a few suggestions if you wanted to do it differently. If you have the room to spin this screen around, then you probably have a room behind where the screen would go. If so, you can shoot with a rear projection screen and mount the projector in the other room. If you do it this way, you will be very happy, because the picture is brighter, and there is no projector in your main room. Another approach is, since you have a high ceiling, you could build a decorative wooden box to put the motorized screen inside of. Hang it from the ceiling maybe with chain. Paint or stain the box, and have a slit opening on the bottom for the screen to come out of. Decisions, decisions, decisions.
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