New – electric roller blind kits

If you have a manual roller blind and want to turn it into a motorized version, you can easily do so with the new kits that have become available. These are ideal also when you want a specific fabric and only need the parts to build your own … [Read more...]

How to build your own electric roller blinds

Roller blinds are the perfect tool to control the amount of light in your room and as such have an important impact of the quality of the image on your screen. There are more benefits, but a drawback can be the price and the motor … [Read more...]

Coming soon: a new woven acoustically transparent projection screen fabric for DIY projects

Great acoustically transparent projection screen fabric is hard to find. Especially the woven version. If you want to build your own screen, I would suggest to keep an eye out for announcements here. Especially if you are looking for an … [Read more...]

New projection screen motor for DIY multiformat projection screens

When you want to make a your own DIY electric multiformat projection screen, you can use a dual tube system. The fabric in the front would work as the mask. In the video below, you can see how that works: The difficulty is in controlling … [Read more...]

Create backlighting for your projection screen

I came across an interesting project on instructables, where somebody built his own ambient light for a manual projection screen. It doesn't quite change in color like the original one (made by Philips for TVs), but it does look cool. As the … [Read more...]

How to make your own electric projection screen

By making your own electric projection screen, you can save money and really make it match your projector and room: - Choose the fabric you want - Making it exactly as big as you want - Use the tubular motor you want In this video, you can see … [Read more...]

4 reasons why black velvet is awesome for your home cinema

Black velvet is awesome for your home cinema. It's as simple as that. And here's why: OK, now on a more serious note, why should you use black velvet? Well, ambient light and the ambient light reflected from your walls lowers the … [Read more...]

A closer look at a rear projection screen installation in a church

Churches are not the easiest places to install projection screens. And that's because: - There are multiple viewing angles - A church usually has high ceilings - Ambient light comes from many angles - The screens should not be … [Read more...]

Making your own projection screen masking system – part 3: Sourcing your components

With the previous videos, you have seen that making your own masking system for a fixed frame screen does not need to be very expensive or difficult. From the comments I received though, sourcing components is clearly a lot more difficult. So … [Read more...]

Make your own fixed projection screen masking – part two

The long-awaited part 2 of the series is here. This video will give you the details of how you can make your own constant image width projection screen masking system. Enjoy! … [Read more...]