Your question (and maybe you don't know it) has two parts. First, how large a subtended viewing angle will your planned projector support without making pixels or other artifacts visible? And, can the lumen output support such a large screen? Gary gave you a good reference...and if you wish to use the professional world's references as a starting point, then do a search on the subject; volumes have been written and discussed here over the years. You'll have enough resolution to be happy with the smpte standard for 2.35 of 45 degrees IMO (I got to see it last week). But one of the RS1's greatest strengths is its contrast. If you don't give it a chance to render enough luminance, you will not achieve it full contrast potential.
If your planned screen does not have some gain, you will be lumen challenged a bit in all but a bat cave with the RS1. I think you will probably just make it to routine standards of luminance on high lamp with a CIH 2.35 system. I don't think you will have any headroom with less than 1.5 gain.