Frontal projection screens


Universiade 2013 Projections on a 360° PSW - Stormywall made Frontal projection screen.The screen has the surface of a truncated cone ...
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... whose dimensions are as follows:- superior circumference 163 m (Ø 52 m) - inferior circumference 126 m (Ø 40 m) - height 13,5 m- surface 1.250 m²- weight 670 kgUnder the Frontal projection screen PSW - Stormywall they were lowered 5 concentric and circular Frontal projection screens PSW - Stormywall ...
... each 3,6 m high and made, starting from the bottom, by:- n° 8 sections 12 m wide- n° 8 sections 10,3 m wide- n° 8 sections 8,7 m wide- n° 1 circumference 44 m wide - n° 1 circumference 57 m widethat form a mobile surface for projection of total 1.256 m² ...
... that is added to that of the fixed upper screen for a total of over 3.200 m².
SchermoPanoramico360PBL - Blackout 360° Frontal projection screen a 360° with a Self-supporting sectional frame.It will be used as a part of simulator for train airport dispatchers in Pulkovo and it works with a multi-projection edge blending system with 8 projectors.
2009 World Aquatics Championships Frontal projection screen ...
... width 106 m and height 12,5 m ...
... made of PLU - Luce mesh.
Gain is the reflection index of a screen.
It indicates the ratio between the light reflected by the screen and that reflected by a standard white surface used as a reference parameter:
a screen with 1.0 gain will reflect the same amount of light, while a screen with 1.5 gain will reflect 50% more light, and a screen with a 0.8 index will reflect 80% of the light.

The gain is measured in the point where the screen is at its brightest, that is watching it from a frontal and perpendicular position.
Moving to the side and watching the screen from an angled position, the brightness of the projection decreases.

''Is high screen gain good?
It is easy, and wrong, to jump to the conclusion that a high gain screen must be preferable to a low gain screen.

First of all, there is a compromise between gain and viewing angle.
In high-gain screens, the brightness of the projection decreases considerably with the increase of the viewing angle, while in low-gain screens the brightness varies much less perceptibly.

Furthermore, a high-gain screen does not generally reflect evenly red, green and blue and the anomaly varies with the viewing angle.

Lastly, screens with a gain higher than 1.0 have a certain degree of hotspotting which is accentuated with the increase of the gain.
Than means, that looking the screen from a frontal position, the central part of the image appears brighter than in the peripheral areas.
This is not very visible up to a gain of 1.3, but, beyond that limit, hotspotting can seriously disturb vision.

''[ ... ] the videophile looking for the optimum image quality [ ... ] will usually want to opt for a low gain screen.''

Source: Evan Powell, in
Visual cone
Its ampleness points out how much the projection is observable from an angled position without decadence of the quality of the image

Custom execution
with any shape and without dimensional limits
Watch Finishings for vinyl backdrops
flameproof European Norm EN 13501·1

Video & Documentation

2009 World Aquatics Championships: screen Luce

SakhaExpo - Moscow

Kazan 2013, screens PSW - Stormywall

Kazan 2013, ''3D Books''

Auditorio y conservatorio de Ferreries - Sliding screen

360° Panoramic screen PBL-Blackout

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''Det elektriske akvariet''

Exhibitions, art, architecture

2009 World Aquatics Championships


360° Panoramic screen PBL-Blackout

Screens for public places

Auditorio y conservatorio de Ferreries

Screens for public places

Casino de la Vallée

Curtains for multi-purpose settings

Convention climate-control


Convention of a car firm, presentation


Le Zénith

Public places

Lorenzo Jovanotti, ''Ora''


Milano Film Festival 2011


PBL - Blackout

Frontal projection films

Presentation Melbourne 2010






Teleticino, ''Swiss Venture Club''

Cinema, TV, Ads

Tiziano Ferro, ''Nessunoèsolo''


Universiade 2013


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