Curved Clarion and Onyx Projection Screens by Draper

Draper is showing curved frame versions of its Clarion and Onyx projection screens during CEDIA 2011.

Draper is showing curved frame versions of its Clarion and Onyx projection screens during CEDIA 2011.

Draper curved screens with Vel -Tex covered extruded aluminum frames help offset pincushion distortion from a horizontal expansion lens, and provide greater engagement with the projected image. In addition, the curved image is subject to less ambient reflected light from the room, while the projector's light is more accurately reflected for an ideal picture.
The curve is defined by its radius in feet. Custom radii are available.
Curved Onyx is available in sizes up to 19' wide. Curved Clarion is available in sizes up to 13' wide. Custom sizes are also available.
Curved Onyx or Clarion screens include mounting brackets.
For more information, visit Draper in booth 3664 at the CEDIA Expo, September 8 -10 in Indianapolis, or go to www.draperinc.com/go/CurvedScreens.htm.

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