Originally Posted by ChrisWidstrom
Excellent point about raising the projector to match the angle of the wall. That could potentially solve some of the keystone issues. That brings me back to my earlier question about the lens shift. Would a 3700 or 2150 in front of the couch, raised to match the angle of the wall + lens shift, fix the keystone light box issue?
I don't think lens shift will help much because the projector would still need to be perpendicular to the screen and it doesn't look like you have enough room to angle the projector that much. Lens shift only moves the image up/down left/right it won't correct keystone unless you can get the projector exactly 90% to the screen.
Edit: I missed the in front of the couch thing, only the 3700 has enough lens shift and yes it will work if angled correctly but again your reducing throw and might have too small of a picture.
Edit: looking at the room again a 1060/2150 might work but would need to be upside down and at 90% to the wall. If you have some DIY skills you could make a stand for such an odd configuration. TOUGH ROOM!
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Last edited by rekbones; 09-10-2018 at 07:43 PM.