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...]

Can you spot the features that make this a high-end installation?

What makes an installation a high-end installation? Good question. Just spending a lot of money to big expensive boxes doesn't cut it. Smart planning and knowing what to use and where to use it creates the ultimate home theater. There … [Read more...]

A look at a black and white home cinema

If you are starting from scratch, it would be easy to go all overboard with colors for your home theater. And I bet you have seen some very opulent cinemas with gold, deep reds and velvets. Don't get me wrong, those are awesome. But what if … [Read more...]

How to use a pelmet to hide a projection screen

When you don't want to have your projection screen's case in sight, building a pelmet can be a great solution. First of all, it's one of the least expensive ways to hide your projection screens. Secondly, a pelmet can run all around the room, … [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...]