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@sebrenaud that alignment pattern looks very good from what I'm seeing - your curved screen is really minimizing the distortion. Do you like it with real content?


You’re right, it could be worse, but once you know it’s there you notice the deformation in the angles
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You need to adjust the picture, the projection angle does not seem to be right. You need vertical keystone correction via Lumagen (or a similar device).


Interesting, thanks for the suggestion
Unfortunately i don’t have a lumagen so far as i’m using a computer with madvr as a source, all the filters are there. Do you know if that correction can be done by such a software ? Or could it be due to a misalignment between my screen and my lense ?

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Interesting, thanks for the suggestion
Unfortunately i don’t have a lumagen so far as i’m using a computer with madvr as a source, all the filters are there. Do you know if that correction can be done by such a software ? Or could it be due to a misalignment between my screen and my lense ?

Thanks again
You could try to tilt your projector (downwards) and see if the lines on the sides become straight.
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Interesting, thanks for the suggestion
Unfortunately i don’t have a lumagen so far as i’m using a computer with madvr as a source, all the filters are there. Do you know if that correction can be done by such a software ? Or could it be due to a misalignment between my screen and my lense ?

Thanks again
Also looks like there is more curvature on the bottom than the top which almost looks perfectly straight. You COULD split the difference so both will have slight curve, but the bottom not be as bad as it is now. The sides do appear to be a little off too as another member has already pointed out. Being a big sports guy, and having the "Tickers" running across the bottom when I was running my older A-lens, I found getting the bottom as flat as possible and erring the curve towards the top looked better to me, but you priorities may be a little different.

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Thanks a lot guys for your suggestions
I’ll play with the tilt and see the best setup for me
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