The high gain aluminum screen is a fill-contrast screen that is six times
brighter than any other screen. This is a noncollapsible, slightly concave
screen with a grained or patterned aluminum foil laminate. It rejects room
light and glare. Use a high gain aluminum screen in a normally lighted
room. The angle of projection is 60-degree width by 30-degree height.
Beaded screens have a very bright image. The image is reflected from a
white surface covered with embedded or attached clear glass beads. A
beaded screen will reflect all light including stray light and glare. Its 22-
degree angle of projection make it useful in long, narrow rooms.
Matte screens appear equally bright from all angles because they diffuse light
evenly in all directions. Their dull, matte surface may be dark grey to white
in color. They have a 30-degree angle of projection useful in wide, shallow
Before selecting a screen, consider the factors associated with the room you
will be using the screen in. Consider the width and length of the room and
the size of the audience, and the angle of projection of the screen.
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