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Able to move from location to location. Portable screens include floor mounted (stored at the base and extends upwards), folding/frame screens (screens that break down into a case), inflatable screens (new design perfect for outdoors), tripod screens (supported by a tripod base allowing for extreme mobility), and ultra-portable (smaller formats ideal for table-top presentations).
High-end projection screens that are mounted and meant for permanent locations. These screens descend and ascend back into the casing with the flick of a switch or via remote control. May be externally mounted to the ceiling, recessed into the ceiling, mounted to the wall, both the wall and ceiling, or ascend up from the floor.
Economical choice that stay in one location all or most of the time. Good for classrooms or small offices. Raised and lowered by hand, usually using a string or a rod. Available in ceiling, recessed-ceiling, wall, and floor mounted models.
A fixed or "permanent wall" screen consists of a vinyl screen surface that is stretched and attached to an assembled. Good for Home Theater applications as well as conference rooms.
US Standard for TV broadcast. Have a width to height ratio of 4:3, which is the same as fullscreen movies and most television programs. If you’re planning on using your screen for home theater, Video Format screens are the best option if you’ll be switching equally between fullscreen and widescreen viewing.
New Standard for High Definition TV. The optimal format for home theater, offering the best matched fir for widescreen viewing. Have a width to height ratio of 16:9. Even wider options include Letterbox and Widescreen.
The width and height ratio is 1:1. Square screens are usually used for data presentations and overhead projectors.
Sizes are broken down in categories by the width. Once you select the width range you want, specific height and width sizes will then be displayed for your selection.
Screen height should be approximately equal to 1/6 the distance from the screen to the last row of seats.
The bottom of the screen should be a minimum of 4 feet above the audience floor.
The first row of seats should be approximately two screen heights away.