Draper Shows New Viewing Surfaces at InfoComm 2010

Draper, Inc., will be exhibiting two new projection screen viewing surfaces during InfoComm 2010.

Draper, Inc., will be exhibiting two new projection screen viewing surfaces during InfoComm 2010.


Draper's new Low Gain Cineflex brings a wider viewing angle and excellent contrast to a flexible vinyl rear projection surface, with a gain of .8.

"This surface is ideal for short throw lenses or to increase viewing angles," according to Jim Hoodlebrink, Product Manager -Information Display Systems at Draper. "The lower gain allows you to minimize what is perceived as a hot spot primarily caused by short throw lenses used with diffusion rear projection materials. Among other uses, this is a good choice for church applications where rigid screens are not an option."

Draper's new Uniflex White combines the benefits of front and rear projection in one flexible vinyl surface. Uniflex white has a gain of .5 for front projection and .7 for rear projection.

"Uniflex White is great for applications where edge -matching or edge -blending are employed," according to Hoodlebrink. "It also can save rental dealers money and storage space - two separate viewing surfaces for front and rear projection surfaces are no longer required."

For more information, stop by Draper's booth, C5649 during, InfoComm 2010, June 9 -11 in Las Vegas.

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