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I’ve read something on this before but Vu-Tec will be introducing a screen at Cedia that is solid and black in color. I really do mean black.


The gain is 2.3 and is said to have no hot spotting.


It can be used in a front or rear configuration.


It is made of Plexiglas and is 3/8ths thick.


I was told it is seamed in the diagonal plain but you wont see it unless you get very close and look for it.


They also say the screen not only improves the black level if used with a digital projector but also improves the white level with no color shift.


Looks like Cedia is turning out to be a great show.



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So Alan does this mean your going to go this year?


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Alan,


If it does as it claims, it's revolutionary.


In particular, if it really has that high of a gain for both FP and RP, that's quite a trick. A FP screen gets gain by being very reflective, and a RP screen by being very transmissive. But if it's reflecting the light efficiently, there won't be much left to transmit.


Perhaps the gains for RP and FP aren't the same, or the screen is directional and you flip it around for RP. If so, it must have a definite internal structure, which usually means $$.


Any idea why the diagonal seam?


Thanks


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