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PS301: Updated Science of Projection Screens

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PS301: Updated Science of Projection Screens

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PS301: Updated Science of Projection Screens

Course level: Intermediate

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There are many variables to consider in selecting or specifying a projection screen. In previous years, the same white projection screen material would be specified in nearly all situations. Today’ S Screen™ technology has created solutions to address issues in each individual projection environment. PS301 provides an understanding of the issues affecting projected light, and solutions for dealing with them.

Learning Objectives:

Provide attendees with a clear understanding of:

  • Factors that must be considered in selecting or specifying a projection screen for a specific project
  • How ambient light impacts projection and how to solve it
  • The different types of projection screens
  • ANSI/INFOCOMM 3M-2011 PISCR standard

AIA Topic and Category:

  • Topic: Project Development and Documentation
  • Subcategory: Building Systems, Materials, & Assemblies

Credits offered: 1 LU

HSW Justification Statement: Specification of the wrong projection screen reduces performance of the system. 

A washed out image creates eye strain, while a screen that is too large or too bright will negatively impact those with light sensitivity. The correct projection system, including projection screen, allows for comfortable viewing, and allows viewers to better understand and the information being projected.