OK, thank you for the speaker advice, I will keep it in mind.
Here's the dilemma. The wall in that picture remains the same darkness, but the wall I'm projecting on right now changes throughout the day because of the skylight in the foyer.
I could drape it up to the walkway, but I'm a little worried about the projector's heat dissipation as it's mounted very close to the edge of the room. Also, because of the walkway there, I can't fit more than 3 chairs, or center them very well.
My question is this: If I reversed the room, the screen wall would be as dark as possible (minimum ambient light), but now the projector
would have some amount of sunlight "in its eyes".Is this essentially the same problem as if the screen had sunlight on it?
Here's how it's currently set up, where this wall receives a minimum amount of light, but I think reversing it will be outstanding for its video performance, once the screen arrives. I may use syfabrics triple plush black velvet on this wall if I keep the screen here.