On a shelf in an armoire behind the seating area. The screen is in the recess of a now unused bank of four casement windows. How's that for light control?
When the PJ's not in use the armoire door is closed and the blinds are left down so there's no indication either is there. When it's time to play the door's opened, the blinds pulled up out of sight into a valance, and the room lights dimmed.
Looks like it is time to print out the information and mathematical formula of why keystoning is a bad thing again... keystoning results in spherical distortions in image quality that are impossible to to remedy. resulting in a loss of image detail... Why spend all the money on a projector and then have the image detail compromised due to your setup when it is a snap to remedy.
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