Draper Shows Radiant CT2900E Viewing Surface at CEDIA

Multilayer technology produces brilliant images within a viewing cone of about 30°. Radiant CT2900E contains microscopic reflective spheres, sealed under a transparent washable coating, and offers superior resolution and color fidelity.

You want a TV-like experience but there are some problems. Your projector is low-output. There's a lot of ambient light in the room. Oh, and you want a huge screen but don't want to pay a huge price.


Enter Draper's Radiant CT2900E, a retroreflective viewing surface designed to deliver an immersive, glowing image, no matter what the lighting situation.

Multilayer technology produces brilliant images within a viewing cone of about 30°. Radiant CT2900E contains microscopic reflective spheres, sealed under a transparent washable coating, and offers superior resolution and color fidelity.

"Radiant CT2900E overcomes ambient light without absorbing light," according to Draper Fabric Coordinator Brian Hocker. "Radiant CT2900E gives you the brightness you need with less hot-spotting or color shift you sometimes see in high gain screens."

Radiant CT2900 is especially ideal for long, narrow rooms, table mounted projectors, signage applications and training centers. The surface also brings a brilliant, immersive image in the home cinema setting. A high contrast version-Contrast Radiant CH2700E-is also available for deeper colors and higher ambient light conditions.

To see Draper's new Radiant CT2900E viewing surface in action, stop by booth #5025 at CEDIA 2012, September 6-8 in Indianapolis.

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