Here is another method of attaching a screen to a fixed frame wall. We've done this a few times and it works pretty slick. Here is a picture of just the screen trimmed in 2" velvet borders. This one has the fabric tilted 15 degrees to handle higher pixel densities for the future.
The quandry is then how to attached it to a wall or fixed framing. What this customer is doing is building a false wall out and covering the framing with black GoM fabric. With Velcro bonded and stitched on the back of the screen, they then just need to attach the mating velcro to the framed opening. Here is a picture of the backside of the screen where you can see the 1.5" wide Velcro, stitched to the screen.
Here is the screen rolled up (it's a fat roll due to the thickness of the Velcro), and the mating adhesive Velcro included. While the mating Velcro is adhesive backed, you'd want to use some staples to make sure it doesn't move over time.
The installation should be a breeze, with a no-brainer way of adjusting to make sure it's drum tight. Hopefully we can get some of the installation pictures from the customer and see how it goes on the other end. But I thought with all the DIY "issues" we face out there, folks may find it interesting.