Austin, TX—InfoComm 2018—Leading the charge on Ambient Light Rejecting (ALR) screens, Screen Innovations has announced new ultra-large maximum sizes for its proprietary ALR technology—the same one used by NASA on the International Space Station. Slate® XL can be configured up to 15.8 feet high x 164 feet wide—this new, large ALR screen technology, paired with the latest laser projector technology, is now a viable alternative to complex, cumbersome, and expensive light-wall systems.
“Many large venues and Worship facilities need to use large displays but most of these facilities either have large windows or bright lighting which creates a lot of ambient light that makes choosing a white or gray screen out of the question,” Said Skyler Meek, Director of Marketing at SI. “Most of them, however, can’t afford the massive cost associated with using a light-wall style system. At SI, we think our customers and consumers deserve a product that will give them those kind of results, but within a reasonable budget.”
Slate XL is a 1.4 gain screen material that, counter to conventional wisdom, has a wider viewing cone than its lower gain counterparts. This makes it suitable even for large venue environments with wider dispersion seating arrangements. Rejecting up to 65% of ambient light in the environment, SI aims to make Slate XLthe number one screen solution that consistently delivers a repeatable, reliable result and builds confidence in two-piece projection for commercial integrators, spec writers, and consultants alike.
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SI invites you to visit booth #C1414 at InfoComm to explore the future in ALR technologies.
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