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...]

My thoughts on the new Black Diamond motorized from Screen Innovations

Screen Innovations recently announced their new Black Diamond motorized projection screen. The black diamond fabrics are intended to be used in hgh ambient light situations. With more and more people going for a projector in their living room, … [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...]

Video explanation of the channel fix system for projection screens

Installing a projection screen can be a lot of work. Especially when your wall does not support the weight of the screen in every position. When you have fixed points where the screen can be attached to the wall or ceiling, it can be a reall … [Read more...]

3 examples of clever projection screen installations

Projection screens are at their best when they can not be seen when in use. In a multi-purpose room, you don't want your screen visible when you aren't using it. There are several ways of accomplishing this. The first one is matching the color … [Read more...]

The different types of projection screens by how they work

There are many different types of projection screens. Here's a quick overview that's based on how the screens are operated: 1. No hands needed: fixed frame screens Fixed frame screens are made of 4 to 6 bars that together form a rectangular … [Read more...]

Beamax adds integrated IR and 12V trigger to M-compact electric screens

Ir remotes and 12V triggers add an element of convenience to a projection screen. With an IR remote, all you do is press the button and down comes the screen. And with a 12V trigger, it's possibly even easier. You fire up the projector and the … [Read more...]