Churches, Performing Arts Centers, Lobbies, Portable
Projection remains a valuable tool for stages and large displays. The introduction of laser-based projectors certainly helped keep projection current, improved their performance, and significantly lowered the cost of ownership and removed the dimming lamp.
But getting the most from a projection system requires far more than simply pointing a projector at a screen. It requires careful planning, measurements, calculations, and ensuring every device in the signal path maintains precise resolution. Projectors are better than ever, but their built-in scalers and keystoning are something to be avoided. A good projection system also balances screen brightness with the overall stage brightness where the screen doesn't over-power the stage or be too dim where its image is washed-out. Finally, a balanced stage prevents eye-fatigue which ultimately defeats the point of ever purchasing a projection system, to begin with.
We take projection very seriously and we are confident that we can deliver the best projected image possible from any projection system.